Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by noxious10, Jun 6, 2005.
i need the dnas id for MARVEL NEMISES... can help me out ?
yeah same here i also need x-men legends 2 can u please post it here
does not having the dnsa code cause the screen to be blue when you boot a backup
Marvel Nemesis: Rise of the Imperfects (SLUS_212.81)
(Size = 5,939,284 bytes)
Disk ID = XX XX 03 30 CC / XX XX 02 30 C4
X-Men Legends 2: Rise Of The Apocalypse
(Size = bytes)
Disc ID = XX XX 02 30 BC
Marvel Nemesis try either one idk which one works but one does I just don't have the game. Xmens works fine.
thank sniper78 for the dnas
Ok so which one is correct for Marvel Nemesis?
IDK u got to try it but I am pretty sure the first one is it cause the second one is prolly pal.
uhh does anyone have nba dnas
nba live 2006 please
NBA Live 2006 (SLUS_212.79)
(Size = 8,026,368 bytes)
Disc ID = XX XX 03 30 CC
Problem is, after it passes the dnas check, EA asks you to verify your ea account, i press x to verify it, and i got the red screen of deatH!!
and i do have an ea account.
Does anyone have the DNAS for Steel Lancer International, it's kind of an unknown so im unable to rent it around where I live.
o lol yeah same here i cant find were i can download it
come on guy help us out
Request: Top Spin
Anybody knows FIFA 06 DNAS?
X-Men Legends 2 Rise Of The Apocalypse (NTSC) Disc ID = XX XX 02 30 BC
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also I wouldn't bother trying this on a downloaded backup version..you must rent it rip it then run the image patcher 1.6 or whatever else have you
Why would it not work on a downloaded version?
Has any one succesfully backed up X-men legends 2 from a downloaded version?
lol nevermind I am an idiot I actually was able to get it to work on a downloaded version guessing the first twos sets of the id for x-men legends 2 so I can confirm it works
jdilla, that could be caused by some type of double check but, did you try to reload the game and try going online again?
I also wanted to touch base on the whole PAL/NTSC online issue seeing how so many people ask about it.
You can't play NTSC games online with a PAL machine (this doesn't apply to older NTSC online games such as socom, twisted metal online, tribes:AA, frequency, etc... because they don't use dnas) and viseversa because you will recieve a DNAS error (I believe it's error 833). Having said that there is a way to change your PS2's system ID with something called an ID changer, by doing this you essentialy make the ps2 an NTSC machine to DNAS (or PAL to DNAS if you go the other way). However, if you do this you will no longer be able to play PAL games online on your system which now has an NTSC ID (or PAL ID depending on what region you're in). Now, this ID changer doesn't work for all systems, you can do it up to V7 (could be V8 but i'm 95% sure it's 7) because any systems newer than that do not save the new system ID that you entered. Now a warning, if you do try to change your system ID please do remember to write your old system ID down (yes, I know of people that actually forgot to write down the old ID and the region change was unsuccessful and they had no way of going back to the original ID 'cause they didn't write it down).
This also applies if you want to go ntsc-j <-> ntsc u/c.
Hope this clears a lot of things up.
I guess I forgot one thing. You can't play JAP games online outside of japan because apparently they have to pay to play online (this is what I've been told by many).
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