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Swap Magic 3.8 Problem

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by MVDKilla, Jun 4, 2007.

  1. MVDKilla

    MVDKilla Member

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    My PS2 is a SCPH-30001 (Version 1 I think), the DVD-Rs I'm using are Sony 16x 16D1 (burned at 8x), and the game is Naruto Shippuuden: Narutimate Accel. I can get the game to start loading using swap magic/slide card and then it will show the game's developers/publishers/etc before it goes to a black screen.

    Any ideas on how to fix this?
     
  2. OmriSama

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    1.Maybe a bad download.
    2.Burn at 1x.
     
  3. MVDKilla

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    Alright, I'll try to re-burn it 1x. I don't think it's a bad download as some other people here seemed to use the same download. I'll look for a better working file, & when I tried to burn at 1x it would burn at 4x.
     
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  4. OmriSama

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    Well i use the same DVDs (sony dvd-r) and it dosen't burn at 1x they burn at minnimum 2x
     
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    try 4x coz ive use the same media and it was ok (no lags, skipping sounds, nothing its flawless)

    or use other media if this was your 1st time using it.
     
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    Thanks you two, I got it to work after re-downloading the original file.
     

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