PS1 Backups? Is there anyway to play ISOs of them on 4.30 Rogero?

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  1. LegendAssassinF
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    LegendAssassinF GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Thanks!
     
  2. Magsor

    Magsor I am watching you

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    No but you can run burnt disks also a lot of them have been made into psn titlez.
     
  3. Magsor

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  4. Maverick Lunar X

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    openCobra will be coming out sometime soon, the first thing he's working on is getting PSP games to work, but after that he'll work on PS1 and PS2
     
  5. Magsor

    Magsor I am watching you

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    Opencobra is hypothetical. Lets just say unrealistic for the moment.
    What we do need is a ODDE for the PS2. It would be awesome.
     
  6. Maverick Lunar X

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    ORLY?

     
  7. Weeman89

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    Why not just backup your disks and get it an emulator to play them on your PC or laptop? I do just that. You can use http://gamebackupsystem.com or some similar software to backup your games, but I personally use that. Or you can just burn your games onto discs. I doubt you'll have loads of games that you will really play, so discs would be a sensible solution, you can burn them using GBS as well, quite easily.
     
  8. tbgtbg

    tbgtbg Shaking the ring ropes up in the sky

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    If he's asking about running ISOs, he's already got that step covered. ;)
     
  9. nl255

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    Yes you can now, just get the latest Iris manager and follow the instructions.
     
  10. tonybologna

    tonybologna GO VOLS!

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    Yep! Now, we need to see MulitMan implement this feature. This feature with Iris Manager is nice indeed but it's the only thing I see this backup manager for compared to MultiMAN which is the best. If MultiMan can add this PSOne feature then we're all set! ;)
     
  11. Heran Bago

    Heran Bago Where do puyo come from?

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    This.

    Magor is straight-up lying to you. It has even had revisions to increase stability. Here are some links for you to click:
    http://psx-scene.com/forums/content/iris-manager-v1-51-psx-iso-imporvments-2938/
    download:
    http://mods.elotrolado.net/~hermes/ps3/irismanager-4-x.rar
    http://www.sendspace.com/file/d6id5l

    Quote:
     
  12. azoreseuropa

    azoreseuropa GBAtemp Guru

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    As @Magsor said...

    You can run burnt cdr ps1 games on PS3 using the MultiMan without a problem. I did and they works great. To play ISOs, you will need the newer Cobra dongle to do that.. I wont buy it because they will make a profit. The CFW is meant to be free and backup burnt cdr ps1 games will suit just fine. :)
     
  13. nl255

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    You don't need the Cobra dongle, just Iris Manager and the ability to follow simple instructions.
     
  14. azoreseuropa

    azoreseuropa GBAtemp Guru

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    Proud to be Portuguese but I am in USA.
    I forgot about Iris Manager, yeah, you are right but burnt CD1 PS1 games is much better to use for MultiMan, to my opinion. :)
     
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