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How to create a PS2 playable dvd disc from an image file?

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i just got a image file of a ps2 game (bin and cue) how do i burn it to make it playable on my ps2? my ps2 is using mars chip
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You can use Alcohol120% (http://trial.alcohol-soft.com/en/) and burn your file with the Playstation 2 option (select it in a little combo box at the left-bottom of the window).

Only personnal backups, hein!!!!!

/squew/
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when i started the program i chose the image cue file. then click next then it prompt me to insert a blank dvd. i inserted it. but it never does anything from there.
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