It's not the ps1 and ps2 filesystems, so much as it is the media. ps1's dont support dvd's, period, and thus the cdvd chips are completely different, this is akin to ps2's wont ever support ps3 blue ray discs, or blue ray movies. these machines dont use the same media, so that just isn't going to work, I think. This effect can be noticed in the ESR cd/blue bottom issue, ESR makes the media look like a DVD movie, and those are never cd's, got it? The ps2 excludes any possibility of that. If you burn a "mini dvd", thats a cd that has the dvd video format, they work on pc's but not dvd players or ps2's, "that CAN'T be a DVD, becasue it's a cd", and they never will. All these machines lock certain rules of function to pretain to the current media, old dvd players don't accept iso9660 or UDF if the media is a cd, then its a cd, as in music, if the media is a dvd, then its a movie, and cdaudio wont ever play if its on a dvd. Maybe I should have started there, but you see the issue, right?
Originally Posted by DeathOfChaos
A toxic agent on a dangerous mission so secret, even I don't know what it is, because if I did, I would have to kill myself. I don't even know who's side I am on.