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recently downloaded a ps2 game and cant burn to dvd..

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by dO_ob, Oct 19, 2007.

  1. dO_ob

    dO_ob Member

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    hello
    i recently downloaded a game called Dawn of Mana for ps2. The game was split in to 27 files, and as usual, once extracted it is supposed to show an iso file or something that provides an image for burning. However, once i extracted this game, i got a folder, with more zipped files along with unzipped files.
    i tried using dvd decrypter to see if there is any files that show an image, but there is nothing.

    the zipped files are winrar files, and are all called s-dom.ps2. But the unzipped files look like files that windows cant recognize and they are called s-dom.ps2.r30 and it goes all the way to s-dom.ps2.r51.

    there is one other file which is s-dom.ps2.sfv and i dont no what to do from here...

    there also is a MSinfo document file called s-dom.ps2 alond with a folder with nothing in it...

    i tried doing all sorts of thing but i just cant get it to burn or start burning at all.

    ive burn a few games with no problems and all work great, and this is the first i came across.

    if anyone knows anything, please help me out here
     
  2. xinh

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    where did u download it?

    try extracting the rar files that you just extracted, extract the .00 file.

    the msinfo document file you can open with notepad, it may have direction on how to extract the game.

    the sfv is just a file for the torrent i think, it doesn't matter

    =)
     
  3. schweet

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    Try right-clicking the first rar file, choose 'open with', select winrar, then right click the rar file in winrar and extract to any location you choose.
     
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  4. dO_ob

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    oh i see.
    i download all my stuff from warez-bb.org. its where people upload and share links with each other. its a great place for anything, movies, games, apps, music, and all sorts.

    i extracted the first file, and it appears to have an image of some sort. i swear i tried this this morning but errors came up.. maybe because i selected all the zips and extracted together

    thanks alot, ill try burning it now
     
  5. dO_ob

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    when i extracted the first one, the .001 file, i got another zip file which was large, 3.6gig i think, i extracted that and an image appeared, but when i put it in the dvd decrypter, it said something like invalid image, so i tried adding the whole zip like i did with a few previous games, and it works great.

    thanx for the advice guys
     
  6. reeso

    reeso Guest

    hey guys could really use some help, right i have done everything with the dvd decrypter, iso-read, and when it finished when i went to choose the file i downloaded with the decrypter 2 were there, 1 was a zip file and the other was a mds file, can anyone tell me which one i put onto disk please isit the mds file or the things in the zip folder?? if someone could help would really appreciate it.
     
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    How to burn with DVD decrypter: Link
     
  8. WEStar

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    the 3.6gb file you got was not a zip file but most likely an iso. you may have thought it was a zip file because the icon for the file appeared as an archive file, this is because your compression program (winrar) has .iso file associated with. try burning the 3.6gb file using dvd decrypter. so what it comes down to is that you exctracted 1 too many times, you should've stopped after the second extraction, hope this helps and explains everything for you.
     

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