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SWAP MAGIC HELP

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by Derek0411, Mar 16, 2007.

  1. Derek0411

    Derek0411 Member

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    I am using DVD Decrypter with fujifilm 16x DVD-R. I have burned at 4x and 8x and when I put my backed up game in it says not a valid ps2 disc. The game is silent hill 3 and I am using swap magic 3.6. What do I need to do to fix this
     
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    Did you make sure you put in the swap magic dvd disk first, boot it up then insert our backup of silent hill 3 and press x? Also how have you modded your PS2?

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    Yes I have put in the swap magic dvd and booted it first. Then I used the slide card to take it out and put in my backup. I made an error before though, I tried 4x and 6x. I tried 8x too. The 8x booted up but I just got a black screen and it stayed there.
     
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    Ok I have tried it a few more times and now it will say it's reading the disc and the I get a pinkish screen saying that I need to insert a playstation or playstation 2 format disc. What do I do now?
     
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    Haha I finally got it to work. This was my first time using swap magic so it was a stupid newbie mistake. It works but it loads really slow and the screen is cut off a little bit at the top and bottom of my tv. How do I fix this?
     

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