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Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by phuc, Jan 15, 2005.

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  1. redmori

    redmori Member

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    This is the best thread i ever read, two thumbs up
     
  2. offset

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    I don't have the money to line my walls with lead, so I was wondering if tinfoil would do the trick. I figured since tinfoil is all shiny, that it would reflect the signals and keep me scan free. I also heard that the signals that they try to scan you with will make you sterile, so I fashioned a tinfoil thong (which I'm wearing as we speak) to keep everything working right. I also designed a sporting tinfoil anal probe (just to be safe). One can never take too many chances these days. I'm going out to rent some games, so wish me luck.
     
  3. rj21

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    just read this thread and i have to say its the best yet.
    LMFAO
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  4. Icemonkey

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    I though Blockbuster game discs were built with something of an odometer in them that counted the number of times the disc spun around. Since PC's need to read the entire disc when copying and PS2's only read what they need they could tell if you copied it. You might be able to fool them by rewinding before returning!?!? Has anybody tried this yet?
     
  5. rj21

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    just got back from taking goldeneye back to blockbusters and i rewound it b4 i went and they didnt suspect a thing..........just hope they dont pull me up next time im in there :O:O:O:O


    then again i mite just go to choice videos next time....
     
  6. squizzle

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    Wear a different disguise every time you go in there. That's what I do. Makeup doesn't hurt either.

    What you could do is return the burned copy instead of the original. That way they'll never know what's on the original disc's odometer.
     
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    phuc,
    Try this method. It really works. I discovered this a few months ago. This method will also disable all of the build-in security features embedded within the disc. Make sure you wear gloves!

    http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/103153
     
  8. squizzle

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    Oh yeahhhh...I remember that method. That was back in the caveman days. That's also how fire was discovered. The smokin' xbox controller was cool too.
     
  9. onemodog

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    Interesting...
    I could only find lead sheets in 7/8" thickness. Can I use aluminum foil on top of the sheets if its the heavy duty type?
     
  10. deadcat

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    tin foils not stong enough, although it is good to chew.
    Id heard the rumors about the odometre as well, maybe thats why spinning around works??? it resets them...on that theory, you could spin them back to original spot, then complain to blockbuster that they wouldnt load, score some free ones...also wheres my money people???if your usin this method, and no doubt you all are coz its the only one guarenteed to work and keep you safe from THEM, then i need some reimbursment. Send it to deadcatisalegendandkowshowtobeatTHEM@youllnevertakemedown.com.au
     
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    This is what I did to disable the chip.

    1)Wrap the rented game in Aluminum foil.
    2)Place in a microwave
    *3)Defrost for 2 1/2 minutes.
    *4)Cook on High for 3 minutes. The sparks tell you that it's working.
    5)Let it cool for 2 minutes.
    6)Unwrap the game.
    7)Wipe off the chip residue with a dry cloth. A wet cloth will only smear the residue, rendering the disc copy-proof.
    8)Copy the disc without any fear of being caught.


    *- Cooking times vary. Cooking times based on 1200 watt microwave. Refer to your owners manual for actual cooking times.
     
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    help the poor guy not confuse him
     
  13. GokuSSJ5

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    its funny how u guys mess wit phuc head
     
  14. GokuSSJ5

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    It's funny the way u mess wit phuc head
     
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    I recently conducted a signal scanning experiment using the blockbuster type 2 piracy alarm chips. Seems like their new model has been infusing modular explosive detenators in the second layer of the all their playstation 2 game discs. The signal seems to send out a type of tracking beakon and waits for a responding signal which gives more or less a green light signal in morse code. This coded signal translates to... "deploy fbi and explode disk into tiny fragments"

    here is the exact morse code i translated from the signal...

    -.. . .--. .-.. --- -.-- / ..-. -... .. / .- -. -.. / . -..- .--. .-.. --- -.. . / -.. .. ... -.- / .. -. - --- / - .. -. -.-- / ..-. .-. .- --. -- . -. - ...

    It seems the implanted microchip is "tripped" or activated once a Playstation 2 game disc is read by any laser at faster than 1000 kb/s and the disc reaches an effective 4000 spins in less than a half hour. This methodology concludes that no gamer is using the disc in an actual Playstatin 2 console... this of course is because no gamer has been recorded to ever play a game that fast. After all this the newly implemented chips are under redesign again! Seems some gamer had been beating a game so fast that the chip activated and the disc tray kind of exploded from out of the console and the ps2 plastic logo dislodged into the cornea of the victims eye. Any way I just wanted to share all this privileged pentagon intel with my fellow game pirate "phuc"
     
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  16. scott2453

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    you guys need to be careful. i might be mistaken but i thought that i heard somewhere that these new edition chips that will be coming out shortly are designed in such a way so that any tampering to the chip or the actual disc itself sends out a sort of "red flag". I believe that the frequency of the signal is slightly higher then the normal one. Anyways, this "super" chip supposedly works similar to a car alarm. it is activated by either pushing in or pulling too hard on any one part of the disc. It has a three second delay to avoid any false alarms, so if you are just handling the disc, it will not go off, but if you really are trying to rip them off, you will go to jail so fast it will make your head spin. at the moment, i am not aware of a simple method to disable this, so in the meantime, you guys better stick with the old lead room\remote location strategy. when i hear anything else on this development, i will let you all know.
     
  17. deadcat

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    wheres my stinkin money people. i do all the hard work and run the risk of getting caught solely so you people can safely make your backups. the money wont go towards my mansion, it will be pumped into new innovations in the ripping game :p
     
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    lol, thats the best one yet.
     
  19. Decrypto

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    Well Done People, I was wondering how long it would take before the public discovered our security methods. I guess we'll have to think of more inguinous way's of catching Pirates.
     
  20. Decrypto

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    Oh yeah we'll be returning Phuc as he is no threat to our operation.
     
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