I'm new to the PS2 scene.
I just bought 007 Agent Under Fire in order to use FreeMCBoot on my PS2, however it was very badly scratched.
The game would not load on my silver 70000 series PS2, however it loaded fine on my black 70000 series.
After I got it to work on my black PS2, I tried to rip it to , however it didn't rip all of the way, so I obtained a NTSC copy elsewhere.
This copy seemed to be the same as mine, so I used a few tools to modify this copy by changing the name of the BOOT.ELF file to DRIVING.ELF, and then set the disk size to 1072020M.
I then copied these files to a using PowerISO and did not have the program automatically verify that it burned correctly.
How could I make this work with my black PS2, and while copying the files to a DVD was I supposed to use specifically or Dvd Decrypter, or is it ok that I just used a generic disk image burning program like PowerISO?
Assuming I translated that correctly...
I would just try polishing the original disk some. A bit of elbow grease and a soft cloth is easier than banging your head on the keyboard trying to type something coherent.
I just spent 15 minutes trying to figure out what that said.
It also helps if we know whether or not NTSC is even the right region code for you. The internet is international, Yo.[/quote]