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Thread: Burning The Warriors (PS2)

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    I've ripped the game with Clone CD, but when I try burn it to DVD, the write just fails on 0%....Any help?

    Can I rip images with Nero?
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  2. Games   -   #2
    Is this a straight rip from the original?

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    Yeah
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    I have had about 70% success rate using nero. I used "copy DVD" and done quite a few. It creates the image for you and then burns it straight after. I don't know why some fail it could just be my ps2 as its been bashed about abit. I also burn it slow 2x whatever. Crap discs might be another reason. If the game is CD based use Copy CD, but i doubt that warriors is, It's one i want to try. Let us know how you get on.

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    Well, I don't have the DVD anymore...Just the image which is:

    Warriors.000
    Warriors.001
    Warriors.002
    Warriors.003
    Warriors.dvd

    Every other game I've burnt this way works fine.
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  6. Games   -   #6
    Nero does have a "burn image to disc" option. If you give it a go the worst that can happen is you,ve wasted a disc. I've never tried it.

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    Yeah, but it doesn't read .dvd :/
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  8. Games   -   #8
    try using DVD Decrypter (mode: ISO READ to rip, mode: ISO WRITE to burn) in the future. it's a free program. most people probably only use it for DVD Movies, but it is great for PS2 discs too. although i do prefer Nero for burning, just as a matter of taste.

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    Yeah dvd decrypter is your best bet..

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