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#1
I've had a thread banned because I mentioned the word (download), so I am asking if I ripped my owned games and stored them on Google drive as a backup in case I lose data on my hdd, would this be Warez talk

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#2
No, as long as you still own your original ones.
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#3
If it's a copy that you made from your own PS2 games, then you are totally fine. In that case, you are simply trying to make a backup version in case something goes wrong and you lost your original copy. Just make sure you don't share a link with other people.
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#4
The other question is,can you download it as fast as making the image again.
No one here will ask you "did you download the game",that's against the rules
#5
(04-03-2019, 06:23 PM)vsub Wrote: The other question is,can you download it as fast as making the image again.
No one here will ask you "did you download the game",that's against the rules

No, it will take a few hours as I only have a 2 mb line and I upload them overnight
#6
Download time depends on file size...
4.7 gb file takes about 7 hours to download
Less than a gb file takes about an hour I think.
#7
(04-03-2019, 06:23 PM)vsub Wrote: The other question is,can you download it as fast as making the image again.

Most modern (at least gaming) PCs don't have a drive anymore. so.. using an old PC, uploading the files and downloading them back to your other PC..?  infinitly faster than not being able to at all lol
#8
Well you can still get a cheap usb dvd drive.
PS.I have a gaming laptop with DVD Drive Tongue2
#9
Unfortunely, mine doesn’t. As for the download, it really depends on speed. I can download a Windows iso that’s 4.6 GB for five minutes. Besides emulating, I also enjoy trying out prerelease versions of Windows.
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#10
So since we are clear on what I said by download can I get my thread unblocked by jesalvain?




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