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Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by cduff33, Aug 21, 2004.

  1. cduff33

    cduff33 Member

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    When attempting to backup a new ps2 game such as Hot Shots Golf Fore! (great game by the way). Is it sufficient to use a single layer burner, burning the image created by DVD Decrytper? Not sure if any of these games are double layer, or if any additional steps are needed. Thanks.
     
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    pop it into dvd decrypter and see how big it is (im sure that game is only single layer). There are only a handful of games on duel layer discs.
     
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    or you can also put it in and left click on the dvd rom drive icon for proprteis
     
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    thanks. I figured as much.
     
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    vans12:

    Note that Windows Explorer will not always detect dual-layer PS2 discs. Xenosaga shows up somewhere around just over 4Gigs but is infact a dual-layer game.
     

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