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Old Aug 22, 2003, 11:00 AM
fk1team fk1team is offline
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U don't burn .rar and .r01 files - these files make up one large image or 'iso'. U use winrar or winace to make theses files into one .bin image that you can burn mode2 using ur fav burning sw - cdrwin and nero are probably the easiest/most relaible to use - don't burn anymore than x4

SO if you have a full set of rar files:


for example - use winrar/ace to make the bin then burn!

u also see .par files eg: xxxx.p01 etc. - search for FSRaid and if you are missing any of the rar files (winace will tell u if u are) - u can use FSraid to make the missing rar files if you have enough par files - u need 1 for each missing rar.

hope this helps...
Old Aug 22, 2003, 04:44 PM
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Old Dec 11, 2003, 02:33 AM
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hi anyone know can tell me how to rip ps2 dvd based games to *.bin/*.cue file.................thx.....................!
Old Dec 20, 2003, 09:14 PM
ysklyar ysklyar is offline
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Hey Guys. I really need help with burning ps2 based dvd games. I have a dvd rom drive and a cd burner. Somewhere on this forum, i read that it is possible to rip ps2 games and then burn them with cd burner, but there is some complex process. If anyone knows how, PLEASE post the instructions!! THANKS
Old Dec 22, 2003, 06:03 AM
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Default Where's the cue/ bin file ?

Firstly let me say interesting board.

I've only just recently become interested in ps1/2 backups as at the moment my mainstay has been dvd movies,conversions,game,software patches and cracks.
For the dvd's I use DVD Decrypter,ifo and disc juggler for my multi drive system.

However at the moment I am using another smaller system with Nero which is a first for me, I have downloaded the isobuster decrypter software for ripping purposes, and on my first attempt to ripp an iso, everything seemed to go ok howerver with not using this software before I am unsure, it did copy the entire contents of the ps2 disc the my hdd but not as an image and there was no bin or cue file..? so I was wondering does Isobuster have to be set to look/save in a particular format, and after this how do I go about burning with nero

There does seem to be so mny contradictions about, some say you can just burn disk to disk on the fly, others say you have to decrypt, which to be honest sounds more plausible, and what about ps1 games is it the same.

Your advise will be appreciated.

Nero ultra edition
1 gig ram
2x Pioneer 106's
Lite-on Cd-rw
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Old Jan 25, 2004, 07:22 PM
khosw khosw is offline
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Hey guys how do you burn PS2 DVD ISO's what program is the best and i know to burn no faster than 2X. But which program should i use and can somone give me the settings.

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