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HOW TO BURN PS2 DVD GAMES "YOU MUST USE A MODCHIP"

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by jor5dan, Oct 20, 2004.

  1. smokyrain

    smokyrain Senior member

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    You could buy Swap Magic with fliptop/Swap Tool Pro (needed to block sensors on a slim ps2) and that will read the disk you burned using imgburn.

    The PS2 will not read a burnt disc, unless it is modded either by hardware or software mod.

    There are many tutorials on how to play ps2 backups if you do a forum search.
     
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    hmm, k - thx for the advice!! :)
     
  3. eSkRo

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    About playing PS2 backups and stuff,
    i've been lucky to stumble upon this website

    removed
    they really are amazing regarding PS2 modding and game burning!

    great support is offered there, people are really cooL
     
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    smokyrain Senior member

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    That is kinda advertising , wouldn't you say eSkRo
    And back to back posting.

    Maybe you should check the forum rules

    Its not like they asked you for a download site for PS2
     
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  6. binkie7

    binkie7 Moderator Staff Member

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    Agreed - it also looks like member mining to me.
    Posts edited.

    Link to the rules eSkRo is also in my sig.


     
  7. varnull

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    so leaving the quote of the edited offending post up there is OK then K??

    ppw
     
  8. binkie7

    binkie7 Moderator Staff Member

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    Nah - usually I ask the member to edit it but I just missed it in this one. It sucks being human sometimes :D
     
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  9. smokyrain

    smokyrain Senior member

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    lol,Don't feel bad. I didn't notice it either when I browsed this post last time.
     
  10. eSkRo

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    sorry if i offended some of you....

    i was just trying to help....

    alot of people are asking about PS2 stuff

    and that site really was good for that...

     
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    binkie7 Moderator Staff Member

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    Thanks great that you want to help eSkRo but let's try and help at this forum not direct to another PS2 forum.
     
  12. Groovn

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    Please help. This is my first time buring a PS2 game. Ok I understand i need a decrypter. But this is not exactly a PS2 game I am burning. I have this SNES emulator for PS2 disc (with SNES roms in it). I can play the disc on my PS2 but then it does not have some of the SNES roms I want. So I have downloaded some more roms that I'd like to add onto it.
    I tried to just copy the disc folders to my hard drive and then add some roms into the folder and then burn the whole thing back onto a DVD-R. The PS2 wont read it.
    I checked the tyep of the orginal emulator disc in "properties" and it is in UDF format while the one I burned is in CDFS format. Cou;d this be the problem?
    If I use a decrypter, it would only allow me to burn the exact same thing to a DVD but not allow me to add more roms, is that correct? So how to burn the thing and at the same time allow me to put more files onto it?
    Thanks very much for anyone who tries to answer my question. I am really not good at this thing..cheers!
     
  13. JDevil

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    it's been forever since i've messed around with ps2 games. But you have to rewrite the file using a program that will take apart the file. if it's a mds or iso file use something like Magic Iso. what you are doing is trying to add roms and burn the file as a data disc and that's not gonna cut it for the ps2. there are a lot of pages on this forum about ps2 iso rewriting. wish i could go into detail but it's been a long time for me like i said.
     
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    Hi guys,

    I downloaded a game from the net using bit torrent.Then I used the Dvd Decrypter and burnt at 2X to the my Dvd.Then when I insert my Disc on to my Play Station 2 I get the page were it shows Browser & System Configuration.When I go to the browser then I re-insert the disc I find that my Disc is being read only for few seconds & then it stops.

    What do I do?? Someone Pls Help me.

    (NOTE: I have the mod chip on my console & my other games are working well unlike the one that I have downloaded)
    [ + quote]
    http://wiki.ubuntu.com/S.Vikash Koushik
     
  15. smokyrain

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    You don't say what brand or type of disc DVD-R or DVD+R

    Try burning it at 4x-8x and see if that helps.

    Or check where you downloaded from and read the comments on how it works for others.
     
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    My Dvd type is DVD-RW.
     
  17. smokyrain

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    DVD-RW are not read by all PS2, and even when they can be read they are very hard on your laser, and will wear it down.

    YOu need to use DVD-R and burn it at 4x or so.
     
  18. vikashdok

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    Are you sure that they will work cause I don't want to waste my money in buying a new dvd if it doesn't work.I hope you are sure about what you are telling. Please confirm it.
     
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    Of course I am sure and know what I am talking about.

    I would know better yet if you tell me what Version PS2 you have.

    Look at the back on older PS2 or on the bottom of slim PS2 for the SCPH - xxxx
     
  20. vikashdok

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    I have the slim model.The model Number is SCPH - 75004
     

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