PlayStation 2 video games can be backed up onto your computer using many different methods. This process is rather easy, but what you do with the backup files afterwards may be a little more difficult. PS2 games are saved as ISO files, and in order to rebuild them onto a disc, you need to use the proper software. ISO-burning programs can be found all over the Internet, but there are three that seem to work the best when rebuilding PS2 games.
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Things you need
- Blank DVD
Download and install one of the ISO burning programs from the resource section. Each program is either free or offers a free trial. Insert your blank DVD into the computer's optical disc drive.
Open Nero and click "Data Burning" from the Nero main menu. Locate your PS2 ISO on your computer and drag it into the open Nero program window. Click "Burn" to burn the ISO file to the blank DVD.
Open Imgburn and click "Write image file to disc" from the Imgburn window that appears. Click the "Source" button on the next Imgburn window to open a explorer window. Select your PS2 ISO and click "OK." Click the green arrow to burn the ISO file to the disc.
Open CDBurnerXP and click "Burn ISO image" from the window that appears. Click the "Tridot" (...) button on the next page to open an explorer window. Select your ISO file and click "OK" to load it into CDBurnerXP. Click the "Finalize Disc" and "Disc at Once" options on the same window and click "Burn Disc."
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