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will dvd-r disk play need for speed.........

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by cobra_svt, Jun 2, 2004.

  1. cobra_svt

    cobra_svt Regular member

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    hey dudes i was wondering if what kind of dvd-r brand will be able to play need for speed underground, mafia, bournout 2, max payne and games that deal with action and sports so if anyone can answer me ill apreciate it
     
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    my backup of need for speed underground was burnt to ritek g04 dvd-r discs and works perfect just like the orignal
     
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    hey dude thanks alot ill will look for those
     
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    p.s. just try to avoid the orange overprint ritek dvd-r and some have also complained about the datawrite/safe ritek g04 dye discs also
     
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    hey dude so do i just put the ps2 game in the dvd-rom and then put the blank cd in the other one so that i can copy the ps2 stuff onto the dvd-r one right?
     
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    yes place the orignal in your dvd-rom and a blank in your dvd writer.would also recomend that you create an image of the game on the hard drive of your pc to burn from.would not recomend doing an "on the fly copy"
     
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    hey what do u mean by the fly copy
     
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    "on the fly" or some times called quick copy is when you read from your source disc and write to the destination disc at the same time and would not recomend using this method.
     
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    hey devilhunt do u know what dvd-r disk can hold more than 4.7gb or more than 120 minutes or is that enough to play the full ps2 game on a ps2 with a modchip?
     

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