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Old Mar 28, 2007, 07:13 PM
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[QUOTE=ps2daddy]

I really need some help, I have a ps2, swap magic 3.6, a Mac, and Toast 7 titanium, and a DOWNLOADED ISO FILE.

How do I burn the ISO file so that it will read in my playstation 2?

What settings do I use?

Please help with a step by step because I am becomeing very frustrated with this. I have made copy after copy useing Toast 7 and the ISO 9660, setting Iso 9660 setting 1. and this does not work, I have tried it on setting Mac,PC,Dos, that does not work. I have made it all kinds of ways and they just dont work, WHAT THE HELL AM I DOING WRONG?

Please help if at all possible send me an email at [email]Lycanwolf2002@yahoo.com[/email] and please post something Ps2Daddy because i am quickly becomming lunar about this.

Thank you.

I have read almost everything and nothing has worked for me. either because the info was incompleat or just wrong time line, most info is on toast 5 nothing on toast 7 and so on so forth.
 

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