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    Exclamation Playing Burned PSX CDs

    Is there any way to play PS1 games that have been burned to a CD-R without modchipping it or doing the "disc swap" trick? I've tried to find other methods but I've found nothing. If someone can help me out, I'd be very grateful.

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    There is not. Even the commercial action replay is a disc swapping method.

    If you are familiar with PIC programming, you can make your own modchip. This is the easiest and cheapest next to disc swapping.

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    Alright, I checked out some modchips but I found that there are many varieties and I'm not sure which one to get.

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    Is there a good guide on burning ISO files to play on un modded PSX? (SCPH-7501) and as a bonus an actual helpful guide to performing the disc swap?

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