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Won't play -R backup

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by khack750, Aug 11, 2004.

  1. khack750

    khack750 Member

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    I bought my PS2 day of launch. I used DVD X-Copy Express to back up my movie. But I get the Disk Read Error when I try to play it. I used Memorex -R disk. What's going on??? Thanks in advance.

     
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    what game are you backing up, do you have a mod chip or swapdisks?
     
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    Might be a media issue. Try a Verbatim disc burned at 1x and see if that solves your problem. Some v1 PS2's don't really read burned media well enough to play backups.
     
  4. khack750

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    My PS2 is not modded in any way yet. At this time I was just trying to play a back up of a movie not at game. I cant adjust the speed of X-Copy (at least I think) to 1x. So do you think that I will not be able to play back up of games since I am having problems with movies?
     
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    Some older PS2's cant read dvd-r or +R media, what version do you have? Has your ps2 read any back-up movies before?
     
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    copy x speed can't be adjust it reads/copy that your drive's max speed. version 1 ps2 can't read at 4x or rewritables
     

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