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Slide card

Discussion in 'PS2' started by eddd333, Sep 29, 2003.

  1. eddd333

    eddd333 Member

    Sep 29, 2003
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    i was backing up one of my games and wondering if when using a slide card and swap magic 2.0 do you need to do anything special with the iso file or backup cd like patch it or can you just do a basic copy of it with nero.
  2. Edmundo22

    Edmundo22 Guest

    Most games will need a patch if you use no-mod method to boot._X_X_X_X_X_[small]v7 PAL PS2
    Magic 3.1 [Blue Chip]
    52x24x52 MSi-CDRW
    16x LiteOn DVD-R[/small]
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  3. darthnip

    darthnip Moderator Staff Member

    Jan 9, 2003
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    i've done over 200 games and using a fliptop and SMD i've never once had to patch a game. it wouldn't be any different with a slide card.
  4. Edmundo22

    Edmundo22 Guest

    sweet, but some need a patch to work, check #nomods on mIRC if you need 1.
  5. sly_61019

    sly_61019 Senior member

    Jun 28, 2003
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    some may need cd loader, but none need a patch.
  6. dhiggs007

    dhiggs007 Guest

    I have a V7 PS2 and I use the Slide card along with Swap Magic2.

    I own a Pioneer 104/A04 burner, which I purchased of Ebay for £80. It is running the latest firmware update

    I use 1x or 2x Ritek or Optodisk media, again purchased from Ebay.

    I use Recordnow Max.

    So far I have only had 1 coaster, and I have now established it failed becuase the original CD was heavily scratched.

    My successful back-ups are:

    The Sims
    Gran Turismo 3
    Pacman World 2
    Grand Theft Auto Vice City
    Midnight Club 2
    Need 4 Speed Hot Pursuit
    Conflict Desert Storm 2

    Games that work with CDLoader 7 Beta

    Soul Calibur 2
    Pro Evolution Soccer 2

    So after all that I just want to prove that the slide card works fine, and you can back-up games as long as you have good media and burn at a low speed.


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