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Is DVDr safer to play than CDr?
Is DVDr safer to play than CDr? –
I have heard a lot about DVD rips game is hurting PS2 laser
and it did sound louder when i play dvdrips game than dvd game
Question is that if it was only the noise? or does it really hurt the PS2?
i also read someone says that it's not because the CDr media but because the oversize of 80mins CDr instead of normal 74 mins CDr.
I want to settle all this question so if it's a CDr media false then i'll burn everything to DVDr (even it's a dvdrips game) if it's because the 80mins CDr then i'll burn it to 74 mins CDr.
I'm guessing i'll get a mixed responses ,so if you could have something to back it up that would be great, like a web resource,article or something.
you're not gonna get a mixed response on one thing:
dvdrips are WORSE for the ps2 than straight copied dvds
reason-because the files are not arranged correctly usually the ps2 has to work harder to find the files and therfore wears out the laser more than a regular copied DVD.
yes rips can wear out your laser.
being an 80 minute cdr or 74 minute cdr has nothing to do with it. if it did, then ripping games down further to 74 minutes wouldnt affect your laser at all. well, it does. dunno why in the world anyone ever said otherwise, but its wrong.
and burning dvdrips to dvdr doesnt change anything either. a rip is still a rip no matter how big, or what media it's burned on.