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Old Nov 20, 2002, 11:51 AM
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Default making a copy of gameshark 2 v1.9

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i downloaded gameshark 2 v1.9. i need it to boot dvd-rs. i think i saw somewhere that i can load my original gameshark(v1.6) and then swap with the v1.9 and then boot my dvd-r. the v1.9 that i downloaded is only 35 megs. do i need to add a dummy file or something when i burn this? i think i have a .bin and .cue, what software do i need to burn this?(i have them all).
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Old Nov 20, 2002, 02:44 PM
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The image already has the dummy in it (ALL AR/GS images do). When you burn it it will take up most of the disc.If you add a dummy it will make the image too large to fit on a CDR.
 

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