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Rogue Galaxy..

Discussion in 'PS2 - Software boot discussion' started by LOLOMG, May 8, 2007.

  1. LOLOMG

    LOLOMG Member

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    So I got Rogue Galaxy today, I imported it from NA to play it on my PAL-PS2. The PS2 is modded, a DMS3 chip, and as far as I know it shouldn't have any problems playing DVD9 games, both backups and originals, have never tried to play one but I checked the official site and DVD9 is supported.

    The thing is that once I put the disc nothing happens...it just show "Browser" and "System conf." then the screen goes black...then you can hear the typical PS2 "click" and hear the "PS2-load-sound", then it shows me my memory card for 2 seconds, then it show me this red screen where it tells me to insert a PS2 disc. To be sure I inserted Rogue Galaxy in my PC and it read the disc fine, though it told me that it took 3,94 GB or something like that but if I remember correct then it was because the PC is unable to read PS2 DVD9 discs properly or something.

    So I searched around a bit on the net and thought of the following:

    1. People say that the older PS2 versions(fat ones) have problems reading dual-layer discs. So I'll just have to try a couple of times until it work (which I did but maybe I need to try more)

    2. Clean my lens

    3. I've never even once updated my firmware on DMS3, does anyone have any idea if I need to update my firmware on it to be able to have support for DVD9 games?

    4. Maybe the DMS3 creators lied? I wanted to ask the third question in their forum but well...I'd rather stay out of that forum.


    I don't think I need to clean the laser. There is nothing wrong with the laser. I went into the browser and the PS2 read the disc in the DVD-ROM just fine. When I start it from the browser I get the same problem though. Furthermore all my other games works without any problems, backups, imported and same-region games etc. So I don't see why the laser would be the problem anyway.

    So...anyone mind helping me? Suggestions? Know what the problem is?


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    Some info about my PS2:

    PS2 Region: PAL
    Version: 7
    Chip: DMS3
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  2. OmriSama

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    Well i have a PAL old ps2 and it reads my copy of Gladiator (the movie) just fine and it is dual layer. Try rebuilding the ISO.
     
  3. LOLOMG

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    It's the original game, no ISO ;)
     
  4. OmriSama

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    Well i dunno if DMS3 supports DVD DLs

    Try making a DVD5 backup.
     

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