This makes the assumption you have already created the disc image to burn.
If you insert a DVD of home movies and you want to duplicate it, you still have ti make the disc image first. So, if you have to do that, you might as well do it from the Disk Utility. It is simple and intuitive but not work for me.
Then I went to Total Video Converter, that worked! Name required. Mail will not be published required. All Rights Reserved.
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Results 1 to 8 of 8. Hi everyone, I've tried exposing my situation on a lot of different forums but still got no solution. Someone told me that maybe somebody here would be able to help me. So here it is Ok, so where to start Well first of all, you have to know that I am using a Mac computer.
The odd thing is that everytime I want to burn a. So all big files of no matter what type.
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For exemple, the last. But every time I want to burn a small game that weights under Mo , changing the. I also tried the Mac Disk utility, doesnt work. Also tried Toast, and by the way Toast wont just let me put a.
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And changing the extension to. Maybe someone here will be able to tell me WHY small.
Probably better asked in our Mac Forum. Moving you. And welcome to our forums. I don't know if this is your problem, but the numbers are suggestive. So, some software vendors reacted by either disallowing such small-sized files, or by giving you the option of filling the disc with enough extra either garbage files or just multiple copies of the small, desired one to get beyond the 1GB limit.
To see if this is the case in your situation, just try padding your files with extras to get past 1GB by a reasonable margin, and see if you can complete a burn that way. And see if there's a "compatibility mode" option somewhere in your software's prefs for doing this automatically.
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IM Looking for the guide to copying and burning ps2 games using a mac......
None worked. The last thing I tried this morning seemed logical to me I put a game that works in my computer and checked what it looked like there are a lot of files in there! The only way to see all the files contained in the iso, was to mount the image with Toast and THEN burn its containt that pretty much looked like the ok game using the data burning option.
I thought if the image copying didnt work maybe the data could still be "readable" with my ps2, but again, I was wrong. After over 2 weeks of trying and failing with every option there is, I found a way to burn a. Every damn convertion fails and even if you think you have a valid iso by converting a. I never thought it would come to this, but the only way for a Mac user to burn these Ps2 games, is to install these two apps: I wont tell you where and how to find and use these 2 applications, but know that I did find everything I needed on the Internet and its the only way that it really works!
In the end, it doesn't use too much space on my computer by the way, Virtual Pc does NOT require the partioning of you hard drive! And after only one day, I can tell you that you'll find the whole thing pretty easy to use! Finally it works!!!!