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Help with back-up'ing DBZ: Budokai 3
Help with back-up'ing DBZ: Budokai 3 –
Hi I've tried to make a back-up of my Budokai 3 game and well....it's not working! I am using Ritek media for it and DVD Decrypter to burn the ISO...I am a n00b at this, so should I configure the DVD decrypter in some special way before burning? I burned it at 2.4x speed btw ...thanks in advance!
no you dont need to set it up some special way
and its "backing up" (not really trhat serious tho :P )
No, there's no special settings in DVD Decrypter. Just as a future reference, next time you post with a problem, the more info you give, the better the help you'll receive. The "it's not working" routine doesn't really help. Give more info - PS2 version, chip in PS2, specific error (RSOD, etc), burner, etc etc.
Originally Posted by clashpunk
Ok, well I contacted the dude I bought it from about the chip, but he hasn't answered me yet, so dunno which chip it is. The PS2 version is SCPH-39004 (v7), I used Ritek DVD+R to burn the game, and when I insert the game into the PS2 I get nothing, it just says it's trying to read the disc in the browser.
My DVD-burner is a NEC-3500AG running the newest firmware. I will hopefully get back later with chip info, can anyone help me with this info I have provided now?
edit: oh yeah, the dvd I burned can be opened in windows. I can see a Module and a Usr folder there with files in them + 4 files at the root of the DVD...
Last edited by clashpunk; 12-09-2004 at 01:51 AM.
Is this the first game that doesn't work? Or do you have other games that do work?
Right now, it sounds like a laser adjustment issue. If it's not able to read the disc, that generally means that your laser is a little out of whack. You can adjust it back to the proper settings. Unfortunately, I've never done that, so I can't really give you advice on how to do that.
Search for "laser adjustment" on these forums, you should get a bunch of relevant hits.