The PlayStation 2 cheat disc Action Replay Max Evo 10 is a game add-on CD that allows players to modify games with enhancements and extras. The disc comes with a custom-designed memory card that can be updated via the Internet with the latest cheats for your games. However, if you convert your disc to DVD, you can burn every cheat for the device to disc, eliminating the need for the cartridge. You'll need a PlayStation that's been modified to play backup DVDs to use an Action Replay Max Evo 10 that's been converted to DVD.
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Things you need
- Computer with DVD-writing drive
- DVD-R or DVD+R disc
Insert the original CD for your Action Replay Max Evo 10 into the DVD drive of your computer. Open the disc in "My Computer" or "Finder," highlight all files and folders, right-click and choose "Copy."
Create a directory on your desktop called "Action Replay." Open this directory, right-click and select "Paste."
Go to the site in Resources, and click "NTSC Codelist" (or "PAL Codelist" if you're outside North America), and choose "Save to Disc." Right-click the downloaded file, and choose "Cut."
Open your "Action Replay" directory. Double-click "Res," then right-click, and choose "Paste." Click "Overwrite" to update the CD's limited code list with the database of all available games and codes.
Highlight all files and folders in the "Action Replay" folder, right-click and choose "Copy." Insert a blank DVD in the drive of your computer, open this disc in "My Computer" or "Finder," and then choose "Paste." Click "Burn Disc" to burn your new Action Replay DVD, which can be used in any PlayStation 2 that's been modified to accept backed-up games and discs.
Tips and warnings
- Gaming and cheat device retailer Peter Dalley advises: "If using DVD-burning software such as Nero or Roxio to burn your DVD, open the 'Settings' menu and choose the slowest possible burning speed for your Action Replay disc."
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