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Burning A Dual Layer PS2 Disc
Burning A Dual Layer PS2 Disc –
I just got Champions of Norrath and i want to back it up.
Is there any way to back up a DVD-9 game without having a Dual Layer Burner?
IE: Splitting the game in half onto 2 discs
first of all, rdtx, don't answer if you don't know. secondly, you can back it up and get it to fit on one DVDR, dont ask me how cuz i don't rip but u can download the iNSOMNiA release:
I don't know why groups claim they did it. Up till now, only the Kalisto version worked and proven to be good. And that is a TWO DVD-R version. So ripping that to ONE DVD-R is, eh, isn't that easy as many think. Anyway, why bother with groups like iNSIOMANia, they "created" as many repacks as I can't count. Why the hell do they release anything when days later you have to D/L the whole shit again, and days later it turns to be BAD once again... I can't respect things/groups like that. So to play a working Norrath you have two choices: a TWO DVD-Rs Kalisto version or get the original dual layer disk.
Come to think of it, does anyone know if those dual layer DVD+R will work with the PS2?
K. Flow: up till a point, where that will freeze and then... if nothing is ripped, it's impossible to do a one disk version. Anyway, both of the iNSOMNia releases were nuked...
KTRan: well, looking at the several problems with lasers and "bad" quality DVD-R/+Rs', phew I have doubts about that dual layer DVD+R is the way to go, except if someone wants his LA + laser to be burnt in hell, he he...
Dual layer DVD+R
gokuguy: yes, Dual Layer DVD+R's are coming out soon, they've showed them off at a few shows already. Things is they only go upto 8.5 Gigs. No news on dual layer DVD-R's though, but for technical reasons I believe they won't come.
I like to check out www.dvd-recordable.net, all the latest news and rumours.
Pioneer is working hard on a Dual Layer DVD-R, they already showed it a little bit a few months ago... I don't really belive this will be that sucessfull, DVD-R/DVD+R disks are easy to damage, and lifetime of the disks is quite short (personal thought) also the capacity is not that much. Blue Ray is coming, also some other formats, who knows how much these dual layer disks will cost, and how reliable they will be...