Discussion in 'PS2 - Software boot discussion' started by xxnonamex, Feb 27, 2005.
Is it possible to play my online games using HDAdvance? Thanks
nope, at least not any with dnas.
There is no possible way wround it yet?
they are working on it, but only 1 or 2 games work. I read about it somewhere on ps2ownz.
This might help.
What you need to read DNAS Ids: DNAS Disc ID Utility or DNAS Disc ID Utility Font Mod
Step 1) Once you have the DNAS Disc ID Utility Burned on a disc (How to burn it), Either Stick it in (mod chip) or Swap It (Swapmagic)
Step 2) Hit Eject On Your PS2 and Stick In a Game that has the DNAS (Original game disc)(If it goes online it needs to be patched, most likly)
Step 3) Stick It In Your PS2 and Close...Wait About 10 Seconds And Hit X. Your screen should look like this except for all the numbers should be different. To make sure you got the ID correct download IDChecker
Step 4) Write Down the Disc ID thats there and then Patch Your Backup of That Game.
Patch games with WinDIP 1.7 (http://www.sksapps.com/index.php?page=online.html)
The disc Id your patching the game with must be from the original disc
Step 1.) Open WinDIP and "Select Image File" (the game .iso or what ever other format you have it in).
Step 2) After That, Click Scan File. This Will Scan The .Iso or whatever the file is for DNA Files. Then Click Verify Version.
Step 3) Then You Must enter the Disc ID to the Game and Hit Patch. Then Hit OK Then Burn.
Your game has been patched successfully
Credit goes to SKS Apps
i think he already knew that aleitz, he was asking about playing online off the hard drive.
Thanks for the extra hits on my site . Even thow it didnt help this guy. it prolly helped other people
Not Yet xxnonamex.... Inless the games dont have dnas
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You were warned to read the forum which you obviously didn't so bye bye dipstick.
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