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Spiderman 2 help please !

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by iEvermore, Oct 17, 2004.

  1. iEvermore

    iEvermore Member

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    Any one able to backup Spiderman 2? Everytime I try it doesn't work. It's protected with Libcrypt. I have tryed Alcohol 120 w/anydvd, dvd decrypter. It still won't work.

    Please help??
     
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    what is the problem you are getting? are you getting an error of some kind? either alcohol 120 or dvd decrypter should be able to create a backup of this game
     
  3. iEvermore

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    It copies the game but the games become choppy and the sound doesn't work. I thought maybe it was the media, but the DVD+R's I'm using worked for other games like GATVC and Burnout 3. Just not spiderman?? Whatsoftware can take off the libcrypt, it's gotta be that I think.
     
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    iEvermore, i had EXACTLY the same problem when backing up Spiderman 2 (PS2)... when i tried it the first time, i burnt it at 4x speed and it kept on freezing up during swinging etc...

    my question 2 u is what speed did u burn it at?

    i found out that the reason why its freezes and was jumpy was because it is a high speed game, and the graphics move very fast, you need to burn it slowly to allow the laser to keep up... or something like that

    ok, so this is how i got it to work...

    1. use dvd decrypter iso read mode to read it...
    2. use dvd decrypter iso write mode to burn it... but...

    [bold]YOU HAVE TO BURN IT AT 1x SPEED...[/bold]

    yes the burn may take a while but it should work, (it did for me...)

    i also suggest you use a dvd-r media, rather than a dvd+r, as mine works on -r, no problems :)

    try that, and if it doesnt work then post another message and ill get back to you...
     
  5. iEvermore

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    Ur the bom man. I'll try it now.

    Thanks much! :)
     
  6. iEvermore

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    Do you run AnyDVD while doing it?
     
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    It won't let me write any slower than 4x? Do you know what?
     
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    when i tried to copy it it told me to record the mds file and it will change to it for me
     
  10. mad89

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    iEvermore

    i used a "Grade A" PRINCO disc...

    i dont understand... dvd decrypter should allow burning at 1x speed...

    im not sure about that, but im 100% sure you MUST do it at 1x speed, do it somehow...

    and yes, you do use the mds, its pretty much the same...

    try that and see how you go...

    P.S. what version of dvd decrypter are you using and what model is your dvd burner?
     
  11. iEvermore

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    i'm using the latest version of DVD Decrypter, and I have A Ricoh MP5240A DVD Burner that won't do DVD-R for some reason... :(
     
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    that's a dvd+r/rw only writer and the min write speed for dvd+r discs is 2.4x
     
  13. mad89

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    well i guess your stuck with a dvd+r only dvd writer...

    there isnt much more that i can suggest to you, but if you must have spiderman 2 in your collection you have to do one of either three things...

    1. fork out the cash and buy the game
    2. find a mate with a dvd-r burner and burn it on theirs
    3. buy an updated burner which supports +/- burning...

    to me option 3 is out of the question, so look to achieve option 2, if not then u may have to consider option 1...


    sorry i couldnt help solve your problem, but anymore queries you have just send a post, and ill be glad to help... :)

     
  14. iEvermore

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    Thanks man, I think I'll do option 3. it will help in the future.
     
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    yer i think that option 3 was ur best bet, like u said it will help in future...

    in case your next question is: what brand dvd burner should i get?

    i would suggest a Pioneer DVR-107D
    which is an 8x speed +/- burner, but doesnt burn dual layer...
    i have one of these and find it the BEST for burning PS2 games

    although they mite not be available anymore due to the DVR-108 dual layer replacing them, try 2 get a DVR-107, if not get the dual layer DVR-108...

     
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    This one? it says it a dual layer burner up to 16x?


    Pioneer DVR-108 Dual Layer DVD+/-RW Drive (IDE) OEM, Black - DVD+R (16X), DVD+RW (4X), DVD-R (16X), DVD-RW (4X), DL DVD+R (4X),CDR (32X), CDRW (24X).
     
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    Herez a little bit more info
    Pioneer DVR 108 16X Dual Layer:

    [bold]Write/record speed[/bold]
    DVD-R 16x-speed (Zone CLV), 12x-speed (Zone CLV), 8x-speed (Zone CLV), 6x-speed, 4x-speed, 2x-speed, 1x-speed

    DVD-RW 4x-speed, 2x-speed, 1x-speed

    DVD 16x-speed (Zone CLV), 12x-speed (Zone CLV), 8x-speed (Zone CLV), 6x-speed, 4x-speed, 2.4x-speed

    DVD 4x-speed, 2.4x-speed

    DVD DL 4x-speed, 2.4x-speed

    CD-R 32x-speed (Zone CLV), 24x-speed (Zone CLV), 16x-speed , 10x-speed, 4x-speed

    CD-RW 24x-speed (Zone CLV) *9, 20x-speed (Zone CLV) *9, 16x-speed*9, 10x-speed*10, 4x-speed

    [bold]Read/playback speed[/bold]
    DVD-ROM/DVD-Video(Single Layer)
    Quiet mode: Max.5x-speed
    Performance mode: Max.16x-speed

    DVD-ROM/DVD-Video(Dual Layer)
    Quiet mode: Max.5x-speed
    Performance mode: Max.12x-speed

    DVD-R Max.12x-speed

    DVD-RW Max.8x-speed

    DVD Max.12x-speed

    DVD Max.8x-speed

    DVD DL Max.8x-speed

    DVD-RAM 2x-speed (Zone CLV)

    CD-ROM/Audio CD(Data extraction)
    Quiet mode: Max.9.3x-speed
    Performance mode: Max.40x-speed

    Video CD Max.9.3x-speed

    CD-R Max.40x-speed

    CD-RW Max.32x-speed

     
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  18. mad89

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    yes leeborn is right

    the Pioneer DVR-108 does:
    SINGLE LAYER +/- r at 16x speed
    SINGLE LAYER +/- rw at 4x speed
    DUAL LAYER +r 4x speed

    its fine for what you want it for anyways!

    good luck with your choice...
     
  19. Crimson1

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    I had no problems backing this one up, so it can be done.

    SPCH-390001 - DMS3
    DVD Decryptor 3.5.1.0
     
  20. leeborn

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    yes ovcourse it can be done but it all depends on what hardware u got.
    Pioneer is good for backups.
    sum burners are rubbish and give shit backups.
     

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