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Old 19-11-2003, 16:41
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Question Can't copy Riding Spirits!Help!

I am really new to this and this is only my second try, but I have encountered a problem. I copied my SSX with no problems using CDRWin, but every time I try to copy RS, I am given an error which reads "Unable to analyze disk layout. Illegal track type encountered." I think it has somthing to do with DVD rom? I have a DVD burner.
I have tried everything I can think of, but I just can't figure this one out. I know that this is the place where the experts hang their hats, so I here I am. Can anyone help me? It is probably something simple that I have overlooked, but I just can't find that "magic button".
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Old 19-11-2003, 19:38
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have you tried any other software besides cdrwin?

Roxio 6
Easy Cd Creator 6
Record Now Max
Nero
etc......
not all software works for every game. these are some good software programs that work well for most backups.
also what media are you using?
ritek dvd-r is one of the best
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Old 19-11-2003, 20:45
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I have backed up many movies, but never any ps2s. I guess I am just confused. I have been seriously streaming over all of these posts and I am just missing something. The game says that it is DVD rom...I have Nero 6 so just in the last hour I made an image file, because I read alot about that here, but now I don't know exactly what to do with it! Do I just burn that to DVD-r and play or do I have to do something else.
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Old 19-11-2003, 20:52
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what version psx2? what mod chip do you have?
or do you have one installed?
you can read the stickies and see if there is any useful info there.
also search the forum for any related threads containing simular situations.
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Old 19-11-2003, 21:01
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Ok...here's probably one of the dumbest answers ever, but I have no idea what version ps2 I have. As for mod chip, I wanted to understand this whole process more and know which would be best, so I purchased the swap magic system. I told you I was new at this...but swap magic and cdrwin worked beautifully for certain games. Now I have to figure out how to copy my dvd format games...that's where I'm lost.
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Old 19-11-2003, 21:05
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PS2 Version Identification


What model of PS2 do I have? Well here's how you tell.
10 Screws at base of PS2 Version 1,2,3
USA SCPH 30001 Version 1 = Serial Number begins with U1
USA SCPH 30001 Version 2 = Serial Number begins with U0
USA SCPH 30001 Version 3 = Serial Number begins with U1 Date Code 1A
USA SCPH 30001 Version 3 = Serial Number begins with U2 Date Code 0D
8 Screws at base of PS2 Version 4,5 and Electrical warning stamped on the bottom.
USA SCPH 30001 Version 4 = Serial Number begins with U0
USA SCPH 30001 Version 4 = Serial Number begins with U1
USA SCPH 30001 Version 4 = Serial Number begins with U2
USA SCPH 30001 Version 4 = Serial Number begins with U3
USA SCPH 30001 Version 4 = Serial Number begins with U4
USA SCPH 30001 Version 4 = Serial Number begins with U5
USA SCPH 35001 Version 4 = GT3 Edition
There are 3 Motherboards for the SCPH 30001R Version 4 and 5 and 6
USA SCPH 30001R Version 5 or 6 Motherboard Click Here for a PIC to ID
USA SCPH 39001 Version 7 there is a v9 also
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Old 19-11-2003, 21:09
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USA SCPH 30001 Version 4 = Serial Number begins with U3

That's what I have.
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ok i was just digging up this for you when you replied, but i will post anyway for others to see.
psx2 id
http://www.freedomlives.com/ps2_vers...tification.htm
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So, now what? Do I just burn the image file onto a dvd-r? Is that how it works or do I need to do some sort of fix to the file or something?
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Old 19-11-2003, 21:39
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just download primodvd or record now max i heard cdrwin sucks at backing up ps2 dvd games i belive thats ur problem with backing the game up
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if u made a image useing nero just load nero close wizard and at the top of the screen in the file drop down pick burn image then chose the image that u just made then hit burn it should work fine
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I'm gonna try it right now!! Wish me luck, I'm probably going to need it...so far, so good!!
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Alrighty then, that did not work for me. I think I will get some different dvd-r disks too and try again. What is the best software for copying dvd-rom disks? If I am going to do this...I want to do it right!!
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