playing burnt games

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Feb 22, 2008

playing burnt games by pizzaman2893 at 12:35 AM (1,259 Views / 0 Likes) 7 replies

  1. pizzaman2893
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    hey guys I'm kinda new to the playstation scene and I'm wondering how I can play burned games on my ps2. I have heard of swap magic but I dont know where to get it and what good programs are there to burn the iso to the disc? any help is apreciated
     
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    www.swapmagic3.com
    If that link doesnt work, google:
    Swap Magic 3. Search for its Official site. Buy
     
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    thanks but do i need any extra tools like a flip top or slide card, I got a phat ps2
     
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    They should include the slide card that you need with Swap Magic. I bought it a long time ago before I decided swapping discs was too annoying for me. Now I have a modchipped PS2 [​IMG] .
     
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    does anybody know a good place to buy it ?
     
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    Use DVD Decrypter.

    http://www.dvddecrypter.org.uk/
     
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    Actually, it'd be better to use ImgBurn, since it's an improved version of DVD Decrypter's burning engine (minus the DVD decryption part, of course).
     
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    Ah, quite true.
     

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