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AR MAX swap trick help

Discussion in 'PS2 - CD backup discussion' started by vandal451, Jan 29, 2005.

  1. vandal451

    vandal451 Member

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    hi, im trying to play snes games on my ps2 and i dont have a modded ps2 so i was going to try to do the swap trick (where u manually pull the tray out)(witch i can do)

    but i was wondering if this could be done with AR MAX because all i ever see is people doing it with AR and GS2

    P.S.
    this is my first time doing this so anything else on the snes thing would help a lot too, thanks
     
  2. Jizmak

    Jizmak Regular member

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    You will need a modchip or swap magic disks.
    AR MAX does NOT boot backups.
    (opening the tray without this software
    will damage your ps2 as the disks are still spining)
    Get swap magic disks qnd save yourself from buying a new ps2
    http://www.swapmagic3.com
     
  3. spiez

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    Mah....i've read and heard in a lot of places that backup gsmes WORK on non-modded PS2's by just using AR-MAX.
    Eve is true that the disk kees spinning.

    If anyone can confirm that is possible, please post here how to do it.

    Thank you.
     
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    Jizmak Regular member

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    It is possible.
    But can damage your ps2.
    Buy the swap magic disks.
    Cheaper than buying a new sucky slim ps2.
    And it works with GAMESHARK not armax.


     
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