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    Default [Tutorial] How to verify PS2 ISOs using CRC32

    What is CRC32?

    CRC32 is a checksum algorithm used to detect data corruption. Each checksum consists of 8 alphanumeric characters unique to the file. File names do not affect this value.
    Other popular checksums are MD5 and SHA1.

    How to use it?

    1. Download a checksum calculator like HashMyFiles.
    2. Drop the ISOs into the tool.
    3. Copy the CRC32.
    4. Go to and paste the CRC32 in the Quick search box.
    5. If the CRC32 value matches, it is the correct dump.


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