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What Can I do when the files are bigger than a 4.7GB?????????/
What Can I do when the files are bigger than a 4.7GB?????????/ –
Like the title says. I have a game but it is biger than 4.7GB. will the game still work if it is burned into 2 different DVDs? How can i do that?
Depends on the game - some games can be ripped down to fit a single discs, others like GT4 cannot be ripped. Provide more details, like the specific game. But no, you can't simply burn two discs (where would you split it anyways??)
And it also deppends on how big the iso is. (I mean, a 4.6 GB iso that is bigger than a regular DVD-R can be written to DVD+R disk using some burners, and seems there is a DVD-R EX disk that can hold up to 4.85 GB, it can be usefull sometimes, of course it won't help regarding games like The Guy Game, or GT4....)
Ok what is the best DVDr for backing up PS2 games. I have V12 Slim and i just got 50 Pack Genuine Ritek RiData G05 8X DVD-R. Some one told me this is the best one. but anymore things that i need to know about which DVDR to use?
P.S what is the difference between the DVD-R and DVD+R or the DVD-+R?????//
The G05 is surely not the best dye around. G04 was a very reliable and nice dye but the G05 is far from that. Probably the need for speed is the reason why there are several problems with those high speed rated dyes. Anyway TY, Fujifilm, MCC, Ricohjpn, are all better in my opinion than the G05. Of course they cost much more aswell.
So G04 is better than the G05?
Originally Posted by uns97
O even though the G05 is 8X i am going to burn it at 4X anyway, so...
Doing several tests with several burners the final conclusion was that the G04 was superior compared to the G05. The writing speed of G05 is 8x, but there have been drives that could write them at 4x only, and the data reliability was much worse than the G04.
Yup i buy Ritek -R or +R depending on what s on sale and i get G03 9(Not very often) But i do get G04 most always and have not had a problem yet
I personally use FujiFilm DVD-R, pay more but haven't had any probs with em. With cheap DVD-R's I often had skipping movies etc.
I use ritek g04, works flawlessly if burnt at a 2x... dont burn games at hight speeds, thats how you get disk read errors.