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Anyone got a solution for DDR Party Collection?
#1
It is a PS CD I believe and when I try to load it with 0.9.6 it just freeze at the "Playstation 2" screen. I heard someone said convert PS CD to DVD but I have no idea how to do that. Same problem I had with Street Fighter EX3 but that one completely crash the 0.9.6. Any help would be appreciated. Also Anyone know how to convert a DVD9 to a DVD5? I have a real iso I rip from a Kessen3. I can't play it even with a real retail DVD in my PC drive. Try to rip an iso still no luck.
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#2
use a PS one emu.

PCsx2 won't load it
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#3
??? But it is suppose to be a PS2 game....
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#4
http://lmgtfy.com/?q=how+to+convert+a+DVD9+to+a+DVD5

Google is your best friend =P

Anyhow, I advise you to download the latest beta version of pcsx2 http://pcsx2.net/downloads.php?p=publicbeta and plugins http://forums.pcsx2.net/thread-6830-post...l#pid74682 because A LOT of stuff has changed from 0.9.6
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#5
oh sry.

but you said a "ps dvd" ... Tongue2
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#6
(02-28-2010, 11:16 PM)jesalvein Wrote: oh sry.

but you said a "ps dvd" ... Tongue2

He said "ps cd" which made more confusion x)
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#7
ahh.. sorry about the confusion =P that is what listed on Ultra ISO's header. Even all PS2 DVD has the lable "PS DVD"
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#8
(02-28-2010, 11:20 PM)lavino Wrote: ahh.. sorry about the confusion =P that is what listed on Ultra ISO's header. Even all PS2 DVD has the lable "PS DVD"

So the cake is...a lie....

Let me get this right, you have a PS2 game on a CD and you want to convert it to DVD?
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#9
Cd ps2 games seem to work just fine, at least for the ones that I have. There is no need to convert it.
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