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Burning Ps2 images with alcohol 120% - 8/11/2003 10:29:50 PM   
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I have several games with a .bin and .cue format image. i also have a messiah on the Ps2, before i burned tony hawks proskater 4 and it worked perfectly. But i think i messed with the configuration and now when i burn the games on a cdr, like i did on tony hawk, they wont work. any idea of how to correct this?? i burn them with the Playstation 2 option on the alcohol 120%. and they are arranged so that they fit on a regular cdr. my drive is a samsung 24x cdrw, but im burning from the hard drive. the games are: Mortal Kombat, Jak and Daxter, and Winning eleven 7.
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RE: Burning Ps2 images with alcohol 120% - 8/11/2003 10:59:36 PM   
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another question. how could i burn the images so that they work on the playstation 2 with the nero? or could it work with the cdrwin?


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RE: Burning Ps2 images with alcohol 120% - 8/12/2003 12:44:12 AM   
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How were the images made? I would go to the FAQ section and follow the FAQ on PS2 games. Just start with the original game again and make the image with Alcohol 120....


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RE: Burning Ps2 images with alcohol 120% - 8/12/2003 12:51:39 AM   
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ive made several images, but all with cdrwin. but ive also burned them with cdrwin and they dont work. so i started burning them with the alcohol 120% with the playstation 2 format. and tony hawk worked. all the images are made with the cdrwin again. they are .bin and .cue, what i dont know if is they have a protection or something cuz the cds cannot be read by the playstation. i also tried to patch them with the ps2 patcher and it wont work either. now im working on chequing them with the clonyxxl on the virtual drive. but i cant get the clony in a language i can understand...
any ideas on what could be the problem???


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RE: Burning Ps2 images with alcohol 120% - 8/12/2003 12:53:49 AM   
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another question, can the .mds files created by the alcohol be burned for backups of ps2?? and work with the modified playstation 2 i have??


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RE: Burning Ps2 images with alcohol 120% - 8/12/2003 5:47:57 AM   
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As I said "I would go to the FAQ section and follow the FAQ on PS2 games."


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