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Which Speedhacks are compatible with Kingdom Hearts 2 Final Mix?
#1
If I were to need some boost in speed while playing, I'd need a heads up on which work best and which make the game crash. Does speedhack compatibility vary for people? So if someone knows, what speedhacks work, and which cause crashing.

And I've heard that Speedhacks can mess up discs so they can't be used anymore, is this true?
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#2
Seeing as the discs are only readable, how on earth would the speedhacks mess up the discs? But if you want to be on the safe side, rip the discs to an image file on your computer so you don't need the real discs anymore.

Otherwise I would recommend you to play around a bit with the speedhacks. If they work, they work, if not, they don't.
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#3
"And I've heard that Speedhacks can mess up discs so they can't be used anymore, is this true? "

No. Any disc will wear down with use. That's why it's advisable to make backups. Even to play with the PS2, playing with the copy and having the original one in it's box is a smart thing to do.

Just make an ISO from the disc and play with the ISO, that way it'll be faster and you won't be risking yourself to lose a disc Tongue2.

I might give you a link to a guide, but I don't know how safe that forum is regarding warez and other stuff, so let's wait, maybe someone have a standalone one or something.
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#4
Alcohol 120% has support for ripping PS2 discs without any unnecessary steps.

http://www.alcohol-soft.com/
Guide: http://support.alcohol-soft.com/en/knowl...PS2++(DVD)
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#5
(06-21-2009, 04:42 PM)Aemony Wrote: Alcohol 120% has support for ripping PS2 discs without any unnecessary steps.

http://www.alcohol-soft.com/
Guide: http://support.alcohol-soft.com/en/knowl...PS2++(DVD)

Ok thanks, do I need to rip it to a disc? Can I just keep the ISO on my hard drive? To play on PCSX2 with Linuz ISO Plugin?
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#6
You can do both, but just making an image is both easier and better, and it doesn't require a DVD burner.
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#7
(06-21-2009, 04:51 PM)Aemony Wrote: You can do both, but just making an image is both easier and better, and it doesn't require a DVD burner.

Ok, thanks. With the free trial what are the restrictions? Like, is it for x amount of days?
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#8
Looking up the trial information on the link I provided before would actually take you less time than it took to write that question, but I'm in a good mood now, so I fetch it for you anyway:
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#9
You can also use a free alternative like ImgBurn, it's never let me down.
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#10
(06-21-2009, 09:53 PM)Shadow Lady Wrote: You can also use a free alternative like ImgBurn, it's never let me down.

Ok thank you. I will try that when I get the chance
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