Much better on the sentences. Thank you. I can't stand written word to be so butchered that it becomes understandable.
But on to the issue at hand.
Problem scenario 1:
Your X wire is what handles PS1 games on yoru console. It can be quite contrary since it's a tight solder joint. It is most likely touching the part next to it. That one for some reason doesn't work even though it is in series with the actual point to solder to. Take example my Matrix Infinity install. (it uses the same point as DMS for controlling ps1 games.) See attachment.
It has to be attached directly to that part with no bridges to others. There is an alternate point directly soldering to the chip leg, but it's harder to do than the original point.
If this point isn't correct, it can have one of a number of negative side effects like:
A) PS1 games not working at all.
B) Original PS1 games only working.
C) Only backup PS1 games working.
One way to test the wire is connected correctly is to Force the chip into DVD Player mode. (should be the same as PS1 mode. I'm not sure right this second since I haven't played a DVD in my PS2 in years.) Try to play a video DVD. if it doesn't work, then the entire solder job on that point alone is botched and you will need to redo it. Re-soldering the point will be required anyways if it still shows A, B, or C of the symptoms of PS1 games.
You are using good media. Sony is top notch on blank media. 16x is acceptable providing the original rip is good and you are using recently made media.
Always use either an old version of CDRWin, or and old version of Clone CD. (4.x) Another thing is to use an older CD drive to read and burn them. I've had issues with newer DVD drives botching the read and burn.
Also, stick to either .BIN/.CUE files or the Clone CD format. those support subchannel data where ISO doesn't. It is important for some games. Particularly the Final Fantasy games.
Your issue lies in either one or both of these scenarios.
If you need help, post a question in the
forums, not my PM inbox. Thank you.