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Trouble with Metal Gear Solid 3

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by Nappster, Feb 10, 2005.

  1. Nappster

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    Hey guys, was wondering if any of you have ever had this problem. I used Decrypter on MGS 3 last night, burned it with Decrypter at 1X speed on a Maxell DVD+R 8X disc. I have the PSTwo Slim with the ghost chips installed and Swap Magic V3.3. The MGS 3 worked this morning, I come home from work and turn it on and I get the "Not a PS2 Disc" error on the Swap Magic menu screen. What should I do? Burn it again?
     
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    If it worked once, it should work again.

    Did you use the Swap disc method the second time?
     
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    Yeah, I did use the Swap Magic first again. I don't get it.
     
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    maybe you accendently turned off your Ghost Chip, i've also had that problem a couple of times
     
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    I didn't even realize that it could be turned off. I assume you mean the clip where the lid closes? Should it be all the way to the left or right?
     
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    I think he means some chips can be turned off by holding the reset button down. There are different ways for different chips. Check the manufacter for details
     

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