burning ps2 games

Discussion in 'General Mac Discussion' started by rickvanr, Dec 16, 2002.

  1. rickvanr
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    rickvanr

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    i got a ps2, and i got a dvd burner. how do i go about backing up my ps2 game collection. I have games that are dvd-rom, can i play the copied games on my ps2? will i need a mod chip? can anyone give me a little info on how to do this.

    blank dvds are too expensive for me to try this and have it not work, thanks in advance
     
  2. alex_ant
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    Toast should be able to copy DVDs fine. And yes, you will need a modchip. Which type depends on your model. I personally have a non-modded LEGAL ps2, and I've never tried it, but I heard it's very easy. Careful when handling the original 30001 model, the laser gets misaligned very easily they say... although I've dropped mine and it was fine, hah.
     
  4. diorio
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    Yes, everyone believes he's going to "back them up". Treat your games well and they'll last a long time and if they ever do quit working, they'll be quite cheap by that time.
     

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