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Best boot system for Slim?

Discussion in 'PS2 - Software boot discussion' started by blues45, Apr 24, 2005.

  1. blues45

    blues45 Member

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    Whats the best system I should use for my ps2 Slim 70011 without modding or soldering anything

    use backup copies or HD
    heard about USBextreme, but its slow
    also magic switch with swap magic

    anything u believe is the best for the ps2 slim
    i prob prefer using a HD
    but backups r okay
     
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    best is multi system... i mean ps2 having mod chip i bought 700aed i am playing copy games normally i use my on copy games


    its working very best...
     
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    dunno what a multi system is
    i dont wanna be forced into breaking the seal on the slim
     
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    Double post, oops, read post below.
     
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    It's all up to you deciding what's best. If by best you mean cheapest, without messing with your warranty : Swap Magic and the straw/tissue mod.

    There's actually a long, ongoing discussion regarding this here : http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/1/148012

    Generally, what's best agreed upon, not including chipping, is Swap Magic (always buy the newest version you can get, most of us have SMD 3.3) and either the PS2LiD, or even better, the magic tool.

    Oh, and yeah, avoid USBExtreme, it's almost nothing but problems.
     

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