Aleron Ives wrote:To be clear, the boot disc starts and recognises when you've opened the disc lid, but it never says it's checking the GD-ROM when you close the lid again? You're using a real GD-ROM, right? It won't boot a CD-R, and a CD-R copy of PSO doesn't need a boot disc, anyway.
Aleron Ives wrote:The boot disc does not accept CD-Rs (by design). It will only work with a retail GD-ROM. If you insert a GD-ROM copy of PSO that it doesn't recognise, it will tell you. This should never happen, as all known retail copies of PSO are already accounted for.
If you want to play with a CD-R that has fast loading, you can use mine:
http://psopalace.sylverant.net/download ... v2.torrent
It connects to Sylverant automatically, so you just put it in your DC, power on the system, and play. No other discs are required, aside from whatever browser you used to configure your ISP settings.
Aleron Ives wrote:The torrent has a copy of PSOv1, PSOv2, and PSOv2 with the Enhancement Pack. See here for what the EP does:
http://psopalace.forumotion.com/t206-th ... ement-pack
If you don't have a GD-ROM, you'll have to find a shared serial, which will prevent you from registering, using automatic character backups, and participating in server events. If you want those things, you'll need to pick up a complete copy of USv2 on eBay and use the unique serials that come with it.
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