How to Burn PS2 ISO Files to DVD

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ISO file stands for Disc Image File and is a file that contains duplicate information from a DVD or CD disk. ISO files contain all the file information, directories and boot codes to launch the disk. If you want to make backup copies of PS2 games on your computer, for example, you will need to burn the PS2 ISO files to DVD. Fortunately, Windows XP, Vista and 7 can all burn ISO files to DVD.

Things You'll Need

  • Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit Tools

Windows XP

  • Download Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit Tools and run the EXE file (see “Resources”).

  • Go to Program Files\Windows Resource Kits\Tools and select “Run” from the Start menu.

  • Type in “dvdburn [drive] [.ISO file]” and click “OK.”

  • Select the PS2 ISO file and input a DVD into your DVD burner. Click “Continue” and “Burn.”

Vista

  • Place a DVD into your PC. A new window will open.

  • Select “Burn files to disc using Windows.”

  • Name the DVD and click “Show formatting options.” Select “Mastered.”

  • Click on the PS2 ISO files and click “Burn to Disk.”

  • Click “Continue” and select the properties you want for the disk. Click “Burn.”

Windows 7

  • Right click the PS2 ISO image.

  • Select “Burn disc image.”

  • Place the DVD into your PC.

  • Check “Verify disc after burning” and click “Burn.”

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