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I have a burned copy of my brother's Bloody Roar 2 cd, and the emulator wont run it straight out. I've tried converting it to ISO, no luck there either. Is there a software version of the mod chip that is required here, or is it just the current cd thats having problems? Whatever the case, any input would be appreciated.

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epsxe runs backups just as well as real games. Maybe the original doesnt work either?
 

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If you have a good CD reader program , like CloneCD ePSXe can run backups BETTER that normal games. My copy of 'Spyro the Dragon' was increadibly old and super-scratched, the music wouyld skip every 6 seconds, I read it at 1X with Clone CD with max error correction and now it hardly skips at all :).
 

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maybe it's a bad disc? :confused:
 

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Originally posted by Quickdart
If you have a good CD reader program , like CloneCD ePSXe can run backups BETTER that normal games. My copy of 'Spyro the Dragon' was increadibly old and super-scratched, the music wouyld skip every 6 seconds, I read it at 1X with Clone CD with max error correction and now it hardly skips at all :).
Ya,clone cd is great ,I always use and recommend it.
 
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yup, another vote for clonecd :)

...but I haven't encountered copies that played better than the originals....but maybe that has to do with how well your drive runs real psx cd's....some have problems with it.
 

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another vote for clonecd from me
 

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Yes I agree as well,clone cd is my prefered program for backing up my games etc.
Its very non over complicated and has never let me down.
:p :) :p
 

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men, thids just begin to be a software forum :):D:)
 
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