Some PlayStation 2 users often download disc images from the Internet. But not every gamer knows how to correctly record images of this format. This requires certain types of discs and special programs.
- - Alcohol 120%;
- - UltraISO;
- - ImgBurn;
- - CloneCD.
Before buying a DVD, it's worth figuring out which types of media will be the best for correct recording and which will not. But you definitely shouldn't buy DVD-RW and DVD + RW discs. Thanks to these discs, the laser of the reader can become unusable within a few seconds, especially DVD-RWs contribute to this. Therefore, you should not risk it, choose ordinary discs for one-time recording.
It is assumed that you have installed one of the above programs in advance. Alcohol 120%. Run the program and in the left block of the main window, click the link "Image capture". In the window that opens, click the "Browse" button and specify the path to the downloaded file with the game, then click the "Next" button.
In the next window, select a suitable write speed from the drop-down list - it is recommended to use lower speeds (4x or 6x). At the bottom of the window, select the PlayStation type and click the Record button.
UltraISO. In the main window of the program, click the record icon, which is located in the toolbar, or by selecting the appropriate command in the "Tools" menu. In the window that opens, select a recorder, disc recording speed and specify the path to the game file. To start recording, click the "Record" button.
ImgBurn. In the main window of the program, out of 6 available commands, select "Burn image to disk". In the window that opens, in the "Location" column, specify the path to the file with the game, then select the recording speed and click the corresponding button.
CloneCD. In the main window of the program, click the burn image button (second from the left). In the window that opens, click the "Browse" button to specify the path to the image with the game, then click the "Next" button. Select your preferred write speed and press Enter. After burning the disc, it is recommended to check it for errors ("Data verification" option).