In order to copy PS2 games you can use UltraISO It works well for me and I never get any problems. Having read the replies of the other users they have failed to mention one thing that is quite important. Firstly as they said, before you think about copying PS2 games you need a modchip in your PS2. Once you've got that then buy some blank DVD discs. I prefer using DVD+R as it runs more stable and gives less errors in my opinion. Then download UltraISO and install it on your PC and make sure you have a DVD Writer and not a DVD Rom as it can't copy DVD's but only read. Once you've done all that, insert the game you would like to copy then open UltraISO, Select open CD/DVD and select the drive with the Gamedisc you want to copy. Then select Burn ISO image and choose where you want to burn the image (Default is in Program Files/UltraISO) Once the Image has been written, insert a blank DVD and then you can use NERO to burn the Image to disk. Now this is the part that the guys have failed to mention. When you Burn the Image to Disk, make sure you burn the disc at 8X Writing speed. If you copy at 16X or more then your PS2 won't be able to read it. It's not an error on the image itself but merely a fact that a PS2 can't read discs that has been copied at speeds more than 8X. Im sure people will beg to differ but I feel this is a failsafe way to copy the games at it prevents you from wasting blank discs as you have to copy the game again. I have experienced this firsthand and thought this could be helpfull for first timers who would like to copy PS2 games. Also one of the best modchips to use would be the Matrix Infinity chip. This chip allows you to play copied games and also PS1 games and you can play any DVD on your PS2. There are lots of different types of software you can use to create ISO images of your games like Blindwrite and Gamejack etc. It doesn't really matter which one you use, just make sure you use decent quality blank DVD's and copy your discs at lower speeds. Hope this information is helpfull.