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Tired of this myth!!!!

Discussion in 'PS2' started by bleek99, Nov 12, 2003.

  1. bleek99

    bleek99 Member

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    Is there anyway possible(with any software Alcohol, DVDXcopy, etc) to make exact exact backups of games(dvd or cd) and play without a modchip or any swap method.
     
  2. benagain

    benagain Regular member

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    nope. not that I know of.
     
  3. devilhunt

    devilhunt Active member

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    to the best of my knoledge there is no current way to play a backup ps2 game on a ps2 without some kind of mod to your machine
     
  4. ELVER_GUN

    ELVER_GUN Regular member

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    it has to have something like a digital signature or some special code that only developers or publishers know about
     
  5. Cyprien

    Cyprien Active member

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    unless you actualy own a cd/dvd press machine that can make the sigs of sony on the media that will be posible.... but you dont have one of those... so NO it is imposible...
     
  6. CLiPsEmX

    CLiPsEmX Guest

    Yea i agree with ELVER_GUN. There is probably a way to just enter a special code when buring the ps2 game that will make the ps2 read the disc without a modchip. There might be some program out there. If there's not they should make one.
     
  7. DraTs

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    actually from what I have heard, there is the code or whatever in a segment of the stampted dvd, that DVD burners cannot write to, since they are not real DVD (17 gig or whatever).
     

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