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    recently ive started converting all my iso's to cso's with iso shrink so i can save some space on my memory stick
    anyways ive noticed since ive started doing this the loading time is a bit longer. i might just be imagining things but the cso's take longer to load than the same iso's
    random but true ... i think lol


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    its going to be isnt it considering its having to expand the files to run them

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    well to be honest i dont have any idea how it works lol .. i would have assumed however both of them would have been the same as theyre both compressed but just thought id mention it :)

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    they they are both compressed but iso is only slight so expanding the files dont take lone were as cso they have alot higher compresion so it takes longer for the files to expand for me its only realy the initial loading that is slow once i get in it normaly still seems faster than a umd

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    yeah i assumed they were both different cause of the iso being an image and cso being .. well who knows lol but still no complains i didnt realise how much space i would save shrinking to cso format would definately recommend it :)

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    try running GTA on cso mode
    lags like nobody's business~

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    Quote Originally Posted by ``Stalvros
    try running GTA on cso mode
    lags like nobody's business~
    Yep sum Games better as ISO and sum better as CSO...


    i would say both the same.. but the fact that the CSO is a bit smaller that is all and lag's sumtime like for GTA...

    peace out for now

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    Quote Originally Posted by PSPpimp
    Yep sum Games better as ISO and sum better as CSO...
    What are you talking about all iso's play fine.

    Of course cso takes longer to load and can be lagging in some games as its compressed a lot.

    Every game works better in iso format not sometimes cso.

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    well all of mine are cso...

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    Quote Originally Posted by calo05
    Quote Originally Posted by PSPpimp
    Yep sum Games better as ISO and sum better as CSO...
    What are you talking about all iso's play fine.

    Of course cso takes longer to load and can be lagging in some games as its compressed a lot.

    Every game works better in iso format not sometimes cso.
    Read my post where odes it say all "iso's play fine"

    i did not say that?

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