is that a psp go in the picture<br />
No, when I made this the PSPgo wasn't even announced lol<br />
o btw dose it even have to be DAX files? because although space hogs, ISO's and CSO's dont require me to install anything, or does it HAVE to be dax?
WEll technicaly speaking it doesnt. However ISOs and CSOs can be space hogs, God Of War:Chains of Olympus is about 2gb itself and thats in Cso! So i chose DAX because its alot smaller that way I can fit more games on there. However if you dont have alot you can very well use Isos and Csos. Just burn them onto a Data Dvd
i dled a ripped version of god of war, thats only somewhere around 220mb, only problem is, all the cut scenes are the same
this is VERY clever! thanks for the help!
Who has a computer in their car? You wouldn't be able to acess the files!
my dad has a computer in his car and he lives in it. even though he owns a 5 bedroom house he parks on the driveway and hangs out in his car all day. he connects with his wireless reciever on the top of his car.
wow... thats um... kinda disturbing... why would he hide out in his car?
ahh.... I just wen t and bought a MSPRODUO to MICRO SD adapter and used my existing micro sd cards.... and that UMD drive makes an excelent MicroSD adapter..... Its a little more expensive but then I can have all my games in my pocket....<br/><br/>DAX = Smallest Size, Slower read speed... lags sometimes<br/>CSO = Medium Size, Medium read spead... lags very little<br/>ISO = Largest Size, Best Read Speed ..... Almost Never lags....<br/><br/>Lagging may also be caused by the speed of your memory card.<br/><br/>
And the Micro-SD adapter doesnt display errors? I know sony devices arent adapter friendly, like my sisters old Cybershot that uses the original Sony Memory Stick, I tried using the adapter for MemoryStickProDuo and it didnt recognize it. So if you can hook me up with the link to where u bought it that'd b great man, if it works for me ill add more steps and include your name in the credits :) thanks
X4 you can burn it as fast as you want, the burner won't worry about anything
What is the purpose of burning at 4x. does it affect the game data
To tell you the truth im not sure... I think i read somewhere that if you burn at maximum speed the burner will "worry" more about burning the project quickly than the actual information you are burning. But burning at 4x is safest because it takes longer therefore the project is recorded down to the last possible detail... if the project isnt well recorded you could end up wasting a dvd. Im not sure though. You can look up info and let me know though :) thanks for the comment.
well i found this<br/><em>While higher speed recording saves time and generally results in great discs, slower speed recordings may give you your best chance for a higher quality disc, with lower error rates. If you think you have problems, or if you have time to burn (no pun intended), slow your burning speed down to 4X, 2X, or 1X.</em><br/>from <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.dvdburning.biz/dvd-burning-tips.htm">link</a><br/>
ill comment. i like your way of doing it. i usually have my laptop with me so i don't have to do things liek this but it will come in handy if i cant take my laptop with me. very nice instructable.
Thanks! And I probably wouldnt use this either if I had a good laptop, lol Im still stuck with an old compaq win2k laptop with 4gb og hard drive space lol and windows takes up about 1.5 so that doesnt leave much for the imagination... but thanks anyways!

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