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SNES Station

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by Minichan, Oct 28, 2007.

  1. Minichan

    Minichan Member

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    Anyone else having problems with SNES Station? When i play Super Mario RPG its really laggy then when i fight an enemy u cant see it at all, im not sure if its the rom because pretty much all of the roms i have are laggy sorta its not so much the game bein laggy but the sound skips and repeats alot. The sound is messed up in almost all of the games i have.
     
  2. Taker180

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    Could someone tell me in depth tutorial how to get snes estation and all roms on disc to be played in my PS2.
     
  3. neptune

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    not all games with snes station will work %100 with the sound or gameplay @Minichan ???s what media are you using .what speed did you burn at . .did you burn to dvd or cd



    @Taker180 do you have a modchip or swap magic to boot ps2 games ?




    Easy Guide To Buring SNES-STATION To DVD-R
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    First Step Extract Each Compressed rom's files
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    Second Step Extract The snes-station files
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    Third Step Open Nero Burning rom if you dont have it get it
    its the best program to use for this and easy....
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    Once Nero Burning Rom Is Open.
    Choose DVD UDF/ISO
    +No Multisession
    File system= ISO 9660 ONLY
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    File Name Length:Max of 31 chars lvl 2
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    Allow path depth of more than 8 directorie's =check it
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    Allow More than 255 character's in path=check it
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    Automatic UDF setting's
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    Now Click New and Add Each rom foler etc

    roms1 roms2 and roms3.

    then open up the snes-station folder
    then place the files in order like this

    Install

    System

    SNES_EMU.ELF

    after you have done this
    everything is ready.

    Just burn at nothing over 4x speed and it will play like a charm

    ENJOY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



    i have got these files along time ago

    search around the net you should find them


    if you can find >Install, System ,SNES_EMU.ELF

    then the next step is to search the net for roms and put them to a folder in the order u want and follow steps above


    i may ask an administrator if i can post a link of an upload to say rapid share of >> Install, System ,SNES_EMU.ELF to here then all you have to do is find your own roms which would be easy .....
     
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  4. Taker180

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    I have swap magic v 3.6 matey
     
  5. Taker180

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    I have followed that tutorial before with Nero and its says invalid PS2 disc. What went wrong with it.
     
  6. Taker180

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    Can you just burn it to a CD for me as it won't work for me and i've followed it exactly.
     
  7. Minichan

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    Im using a verbatim dvd, on most of my backups it has given me no problems.
     

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