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Trouble Burning Narutimate Accel .ISO

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by DSpigener, Apr 14, 2007.

  1. DSpigener

    DSpigener Member

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    OK. I will admit that I am new to the PS2 game burning scene, as it has never worked for me in the past and I had all but given up. However, when Narutimate Accel came out (a Japan-only game), I wanted to play the damn thing but didn't have the money to go out and buy it. SO I downloaded the .ISO and attempted to burn it to a DVD. Here's what I did:

    I downloaded the file successfully, extracted the ISO, and burned it using Nero. Unfortunately, Nero told me that I could not burn it through the DVD-ROM ISO function because it was too large, and that I should use the DVD-ROM UDF function instead. I did that, tried to play it using Swap Magic 3.6, and it did not work. It came up as "Not a Valid PS2 Disc".

    I then tried using DVD Decrypter, burned it with the ISO function, and once again, it did not play on my PS2 (same message).

    I'm using Dynex DVD-Rs, 16x/120 min/4.7GB. And I burned the DVD on the lowest speed, 1x.

    And yes, I know how to use the Swap Magic properly, I've been playing Narutimate Hero 3 (I imported it back when I had money) for quite some time.

    Any help would be much appreciated.
     
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    DVD-ROM UD wont work..just download dvd decrypter..its a free iso burning program... burn at 4x...

    1x is to slow..

    if that does not work than the media you are using is not good. try some sony or taiyo yudens DVD's..
     
  3. DSpigener

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    I tried DVD Decrypter as well. Must be the media then. I know there are suggestions all over, but is there a general consensus on which is the best for PS2? I have the older model.
     

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