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Old Oct 30, 2003, 07:39 AM
Goodey Goodey is offline
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I have got a psx game, which is on my hard drive in iso format. Does anybody know how i can put this iso onto a cdr so i can play it on my playstation. Do i just create a cd image and burn it. What settings do i need to choose when im going to burn it?

My playstation is not chipped at the moment, what chip would you recommend i get? Is there something i can put into the back of my playstation so that i don't have to have a chip soldered into my playstation?

Thanks for any help!

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Old Nov 05, 2003, 01:29 AM
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[B]My playstation is not chipped at the moment, what chip would you recommend i get? Is there something i can put into the back of my playstation so that i don't have to have a chip soldered into my playstation?
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What model number do you have??

You can get a bootdisc which works with all models, or you could get a modchip that can plug into the serial port of your PSX, depending on what model number you have.

It shoud go something like 'SCPH-7502 or SCPH-9002'
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Old Nov 10, 2003, 02:20 PM
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I'm new to this, I have a few ps2 games that I would like to do a backup copy and put the orginal away and use the copy ones so I don't mess them up. I see a few post about a mod chip and some other stuff about a bootdisc.

My model number of my unit is SCPH-3001

I tried to back up one with neroburn on my dvd-r but when I tried to play the game it didn't work. what do I need to do

Thanks
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Old Nov 19, 2003, 09:07 PM
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i have a SCPH-7501 (I know, it's old)

but anyway, where can i get me one of them serial mod chips from? it would be great if i could get one from somewhere.

or better yet, a boot disk that i can burn. just tell me if i have the capability of it based on the serial number, i think i may know a site that has the data i need. also, what should i use to make the disks?

i currently have installed: Nero (latest demo), disk juggler (latest demo), and roxio basic. not that i think roxio is worth the silicon it came on, but it serves it's purposes...sometimes....

help me out if you can, that would be great...i can already do dreamcast, so i want to take it up a notch to it's far more popular rival with slightly harder to backup games.
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Old Nov 24, 2003, 08:29 PM
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Old Nov 25, 2003, 11:10 AM
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AND THAT WOULD BE????

i am kinda pirate vocabulary challenged here!!!
 

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