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true crimes: streets of la

Discussion in 'PS2' started by Marquinho, Dec 31, 2003.

  1. Marquinho

    Marquinho Member

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    im trying to backup my TRUE CRIMES: STREETS OF LA and i already have two coasters. i have a flip top and swap magic discs.

    the game burns ok but while playing it it takes extremmely long to load between stages and freezes at some points.
    i used both nero and alcohol to back it up but, both had the same results. read 1X write 1X

    does anyone know what i can do to fix this and to get a perfect backup?
    thanks in advance
     
  2. devilhunt

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    are you on about the game freezing as in locking up and not continuing to play or freezing for a second or two then continue to play as normal
     
  3. iii2kiii

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    I had the same problem with Swap Magic 3 and I was pointed to this link:

    http://www.swapmagicfix.com/

    The game is listed as one that WILL NOT WORK with SM3.
    Read the how-to's on creating a boot CDR and hopefully you will stop makin coasters...
     
  4. Morace

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    Ive managed to make a backup of true crimes,
    Im using swap magic 3 with a version 4 ps2.
    I couldnt get it to work with dvd-decrypter or nero, but managed with Stomp Record Now Max.
    I had to really clean the disk first, but after i shined it up, it read fine.
    I wrote it to a Verbatim DVD-R (4*).

    I used the swap magic cd disk, then the cd loader (SwapMagicFix.com), and it worked fine.
     

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