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Burning PS2

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by Topazworm, Jun 18, 2004.

  1. Topazworm

    Topazworm Guest

    Im recently getting use to burning my own ps2 games. However there are problems. I use Swap Magic 3, so no mod chip. I also own a cheap(ish) set of dvd+r discs. My problem is when i burn my ps2 iso's with achohol 120% the games either dont load in the ps2 or if they do they take [bold]ages![/bold] to load up. And in some cases just crash. My dvd burner only takes dvd+r. So my questions are...
    a) What is the best programme to use to burn iso's and what settings do i put it on?
    b) is using dvd+r's and cheap(ish) ones the problem to?

  2. devilhunt

    devilhunt Active member

    Aug 30, 2003
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    slow/poor loading is usualy media related either try a different brand of media or try burning at a slower speed
    a popular program for burning ps2 games is dvd decrypter in iso write mode but alcohol should be fine
    also if you have a v1-4 ps2 dvd+r discs dont always work that well
  3. DesiBABA

    DesiBABA Guest

    i want to learn how to burn ps2 games i can burn them very easily onto a dvd but i want to see if i can burn it onto a 700 or 800mb disc

    i was wondering because i have ps2 iso image files but they are too big and wont fit on thew cds is tyhere a way i can split them and put them on more than one cd

  4. DesiBABA

    DesiBABA Guest

    the Dvd+r's are the problem becasue i was having the same problem so i went and bought some good one 5 for 10 bucks
    and it worked fine:)

  5. Ender88

    Ender88 Regular member

    Jan 21, 2004
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    Why are you so certain that's his problem? Like devilhunt said, it could be the +. Topazworm, find a way to burn (a friend with a - burner..) a - backup and try that. It will save you money in the case that it isn't a problem with + from buying a new burner.

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