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  1. #1 Which UMD ISO driver do you use and why? 
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    I am curious as to which ISO driver everybody here uses.

    I see that the M33 driver allows you to boot games without a UMD in the tray, but does it reduce load times or have any other adverse effects on the system?

    What are the advantages/disadvantages of the different drivers? Which one do you use and why?
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    I use the M33 Driver and I think it's faster then the Sony NP9660 or OE isofs legacy.

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    I use M33 and thats just because it works. If it didn't i would just use normal and keep SOCOM in the door. But i do that anyway so i really don't know.
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    I use the sony one, because it's made by sony and it has (maybe not anymore with update v4) better compatibility then the M33 one.
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    M33 here too, it seems to be compatible with more games that the $ony one. So its just less of a hassle to use.
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    M33 all the way.. runs all my iso/cso files... sont is a lil slower i think
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    m33 has never let me down so id choose it


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    M33 for me.
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    M33 by popular demand!!!
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    I use M33 cause it's faster.

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    M33 is number one!
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    Whats the point of playing Isos without the UMD? isn't better to have the UMD inside and at the same time..... having your Isos... and if its faster.. I bet is not that much of a difference. BS


    = more games.
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    I tryed that M33 driver, and everytime I start up a iso/cso, it does this weird static thing for like a second before going to my gameboot..

    I didn't see any difference though, so I'm going back to the sony one.
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    yeah i get the static thing also, but i dont mind, i actually think it looks cool


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    me too, i get that static thing lol, looks like an old tv switching channels though
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