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Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by monkeyfis, Mar 20, 2005.

  1. monkeyfis

    monkeyfis Member

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    can aeveryone who has swap magic give us your guides to burning your ps2 giving the names of software you use and the speed you burn it at so the games always work. then wel keep it bumped up


    thanks
     
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    ok... I always use 'DVD Decrypter' burning at 2.4x (can't get it to go any slower!!). My preferred choice of DVD's are 'Ritek GO5 DVD-R's' (PIODATA). The only game I've had trouble with (out of about 50) is FIFA STREET, but then thats just one big headache anyway!!


    Paul
     
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    Sorry, forgot to add that I use SWAP MAGIC DVD v.2 and DVD loader when necessary
     
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    zimzimmer, do your backup burnt games have very slow loading times or do they run flawlessly like the original copys
     
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    They run absolutely flawlessly mate, just like originals you wouldn't know the difference.

    I must add they I have adjusted the angle of the laser a little too.


    Oh and the only game I've had trouble with as I say is FIFA STREET but then I'm not the only one!! Other than that NO slow loading times, jumping in play, etc... at all.
     
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    agree with zimzimmer, cant go wrong with G05. be sure to read and write at slowest speed
     
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    Verbatim are good disk as well and so are TDK
     
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