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DIY Fliptop No Tools Needed

Discussion in 'PS2 - Software boot discussion' started by cragster, Oct 9, 2004.

  1. cragster

    cragster Regular member

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    Step 1.Unscrew all the screwes from the back of ps2,then flip back over take off the top(note the top doesnt come off,its sits to the side)

    Step 2. Take all screwes out of the lens cover,then take off

    Step 3. The white thing on the bottom take it out its magnet inside of some plastic the plastic wil bend enough to take it out!

    NOW FOR BOOTING LEAVE YOUR COVER OFF AND POWER OFF AND put in sWAP MAGIC... place the white magnet on the center of cd once it stops spinning asking u to swap for backup take off white magnet and swap then replace and hit X

    TA-DA Homemade Fliptop the cheap way of playin backups
    tell me what ya think :*)
     
  2. leeborn

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    DlY fliptop ay? seemz pretty stupid and dangourouz, I dont see any flipping involved with this method so why call it a fliptop?

    HereZ a real home made "fliptop"
    http://homepage.ntlworld.com/zxspeky/
     
  3. cragster

    cragster Regular member

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    well it works like one and it works great and its just my 2 cents of not breaking ur ps2 by uisng knifes or anything cuz i did and i had to superglue but this method works good
     
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    hmmm this was the original method of booting backups without a mod, but when someone touches something they shouldn't, and blows a fuse or worse they will find out it's not such a cheap way of playing backups!
     
  5. cragster

    cragster Regular member

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    yeah...but
    how can it blow a fuse
     
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    zxspeky Regular member

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    well there is an aera near the drive tray, that I once touched while testing a laser with the top off and it blew a fuse, I'm not sure exactly what I touched and I forget the exact fuse, but it's the one that stops the drive tray from opening and the blue light comming on, and you also get a blank screen, I expect someone will be able to tell us which one it is, I think it's the ps11, and it protects the ba58 chip (I think)
     
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    u now ur stuff alos good job on making ur flipptop lol thats increadible
     

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