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Using dual layer disc with dual layer drive to burn god of war

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by drake15, Apr 11, 2005.

  1. drake15

    drake15 Guest

    I read all the post on how difficult it is to burn God of War and all the steps needed to do a good burn. Being a noob, why cant I use my dual layer drive with a dual layer dvd to make a regular burn of the program?

    Ive been using Any DVD and Clone CD for all my other backups without any problems.

    What am I missing.

    I did not see a discusion on this exact topic, this is my first thread in this forum and I apologize if this is a repeat.

     
  2. hursty

    hursty Active member

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    it is a repeat but however,

    dual layer disk's are not recognised in modded ps2's
    only the new dms4 chip is capable of this,and i am not even sure about that one as i have not heard anyone who has tried it yet to support it
     
  3. drake15

    drake15 Guest

    Thanks

    sorry for the repeat...

     
  4. steimy

    steimy Active member

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    Yeah Hursty, i will soon but i have read a lot of people having problems with the new flash upgrade from Toxic (V0.3) that allows you to do it so i am waiting for them to work out the bugs and do a new release before i get it.
     
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    What about this chip?
    http://www.modchip.ca/store/product.php?productid=16177&cat=268&page=1

    It reads that you can play "This chip does it all loads all media CD/CDR/CDRW/DVD/DVDRW/DVD+DVD9 imports - everything you can imagine No game save issues plays everything PERIOD." But maybe i'm reading it wrong.

    Let me know so I don't get this for nothing.
     

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