How to Make Your Own SingStar Disc

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How to Make Your Own SingStar Disc
Burn your own SingStar disc. (dvd image by vashistha pathak from

SingStar, a popular PS2 karaoke game, offers several dozen songs. If you want to create your own customised SingStar disc, you can add songs to the SingStar folder and burn a new disc. Because of encrypting, burnt PS2 discs will not play in most PS2s. However, you can play the game on a modded PS2 or on a PS2 emulator on your PC. Burning a copy of your own PS2 disc is legal but giving out copies may be seen as copyright infringement.

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Things you need

  • Blank DVD

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  1. 1

    Insert the SingStar disc into your computer's DVD drive.

  2. 2

    Double-click on your DVD burning software to launch it. If you do not have a DVD burning software, download one from the Internet. See the Resources section for software options.

  3. 3

    Click the "Mode" menu of the program. Click 'ISO," then "Read." Click on the button that reads "Decrypt." This will download the SingStar game to your hard drive.

  4. 4

    Remove the SingStar game. Insert a blank DVD and close the disc tray.

  5. 5

    Click "Start" and open the "Computer" or "My Computer" window. Click on the folder entitled "SingStar." Drag and drop any karaoke songs you wish to add to SingStar. If you do not have karaoke songs, you can download them from the Internet.

  6. 6

    Navigate to the DVD burner. Click on the menu that reads "Mode," then click "ISO." Press "Write." Click on the folder that reads "SingStar" and click on the button that reads "Write." Allow the disc to burn.

Tips and warnings

  • Most computers have a DVD burning program. Check your user's manual to determine which of your programs allows you to burn DVDs.

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