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Help with PS1 Back up not working in chipped PS2

Discussion in 'PS2 - CD backup discussion' started by MoleyMole, Oct 23, 2004.

  1. MoleyMole

    MoleyMole Guest

    Hi

    I have a backup of Thrill Kill that I can't get to work in my PS2. Everytime i try to load it i get a screen with a blue coloured cd and when i click on it it gives me the audio tracks on the cd but only from 2 onwards.

    Do PS1 backups games work in a chipped PS2 ?

    Any suggestions wiould be gratly appreciated as i'm struggling to find any info.

    cheers
    Gav
     
  2. burgman

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    Good Luck! I've been trying for about two weeks to get an answer to that question. I can't get any backed up PSX to work, and my originals, well, when I play them now, they can't access the memory card. I've tried every type of burning (wasting about 8 cd's ). I sure hope one of the senior members read this and reply, they seem to know all.
     
  3. devilhunt

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    what mod chip are you using?
     
  4. MoleyMole

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    can't remember what chip it is ... will have to try and find out and let you know
     
  5. burgman

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    I'm using the Duo2 on a v7 PS2.
     
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    here's the boot method for the duo2
    Booting Directions (from Standby Mode):
    PS2 games

    Method 1:
    -Press EJECT button to switch on the machine.
    -Insert PS2 game in tray.
    -Tap RESET button once, the machine would reboot and then load your game.

    Method 2:
    - Press EJECT button to switch on the machine.
    - Insert PS2 game in tray, the press EJECT button to close tray.
    - The disc will then take 2-5 seconds to be recognized and then boot.

    To boot another game when already playing a game.
    - Press EJECT button.
    - The current game would then pause and the tray would come out.
    - Change to another PS2 game disc and tap RESET button once.
    - The machine would reboot and then load your game.

    PSX games

    - Press EJECT button to switch on the machine.
    - Insert PSX game in tray, then press and hold RESET button to switch off machine.
    - Now hold the RESET button to start up your machine. Only release the RESET button once the Blue LED light of the Eject button lights up.

    DVD movies

    - Press EJECT button to switch on the machine.
    - Insert DVD movie in tray, then press and hold RESET button to switch off machine.
    - Now hold the RESET button to start up your machine. Only release the RESET button after like 4-5 seconds.

    Disable Mode

    - Hold the RESET button for like 4-5 seconds to boot up your machine.
     
  7. MoleyMole

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    mines a ripper 2 chip
     
  8. devilhunt

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    here's the ones for the ripper 2

    How to use the features of the Ripper V2!
    Boot mode for Ripper 2 : keep press each button until the Ps2 boot !!!

    Boot Methods: v9 - v10
    Ripper 2 has 5 Boot Modes:
    PS2, PSX, DVD Video, Dev and Sleep/Stealth Modes.

    - For PS2 Games, use PS2 Mode.
    - For PSX Games, use PSX Mode.
    - For DVD Videos, use DVD Video Mode.
    - To boot applications off the Playstation 2 Memory Card, use Dev Mode.

    The ripper2 will default to PS2 mode if no button is pressed during startup.
    For online games that detect modchips or PS2 Utility Discs (like the DVD Player upgrade disc that comes with the Sony DVD Remote), use Sleep/Stealth Mode.

    PS2 Mode: Insert Game - close tray
    PS1 Mode: Insert Game - press Reset 2x
    DVD Mode: Insert Movie - press Reset 3x
    DEV Mode: press and hold Triangel Button on Joypad - press Reset 1x
    Sleep/Stealth Mode: From Standby turn on the PS2 by keeping the Resetbutton pressed for 2 seconds

    Boot Methods: v3 - v8
    Ripper2 has 5 Boot Modes:
    PS2, PSX, DVD Video, Dev and Sleep/Stealth Modes.

    - For PS2 Games, use PS2 Mode.
    - For PSX Games, use PSX Mode.
    - For DVD Videos, use DVD Video Mode.
    - To boot applications off the Playstation 2 Memory Card,
    use Dev Mode.

    The ripper2 will default to PS2 mode if no button is pressed during startup.
    For online games that detect modchips or PS2 Utility Discs (like the DVD Player upgrade disc that comes with the Sony DVD Remote), use Sleep/Stealth Mode.

    PS2 Mode, PSX Mode, DVD Video Mode and Dev Mode are all chosen by holding down a specific button on the first-player controller when turning on/resetting the PS2.

    PS2 Mode: Insert Game - close tray
    PS1 Mode: Insert Game - close tray - press and hold circle button on joypad - press Reset 2x - release circle button only when the writing Sony Computer Entertainment has disappeared
    DVD Mode: Insert Movie - close tray - press square button on joypad - press Reset 2x - release square button only when writing Sony Computer Entertainment has disappeared
    DEV Mode: press and hold Triangel Button on Joypad - press Reset 1x
    Sleep/Stealth Mode: press Reset 3x
     
  9. MoleyMole

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    Brilliant - thanks very much for that.

    Thrill Kill here we come! Wooohoooo!
     
  10. devilhunt

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    now that title is a blast from the past, haven't heard anyone mention that game in a few years, hope it works for you
     
  11. MoleyMole

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    Hmmmmm just tried teh above still doesnt seem to want to work ... any other suggestions ... i will try a normal ps1 disk and see if i can get that to work
     
  12. MoleyMole

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    Hmmm why does this thread show a reply after mine on front page but my reply is the last
     
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    best guess somthing went wrong when it was posted and i'm still looking for answers and asking mates if they have your chip and if they have had any success booting ps1 games
     
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    just found this boot method for the ripper 2 it's different to the other one might be worth giving it a try

    PS2 Mode: Insert Game - close tray
    PS1 Mode: Insert Game - press Reset 2x
    DVD Mode: Insert Movie - press Reset 3x
    DEV Mode: press and hold Triangel Button on Joypad - press Reset 1x
    Sleep/Stealth Mode: From Standby turn on the PS2 by keeping the Resetbutton pressed for 2 seconds
     
  15. burgman

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    Devil, I've tried the methods you listed and tried other methods as well and none of them work for PSX backed up games or for PSX originals being able to see the mem card. PS2 Dvds work but I can't verify PS2 cd backups since I don't own one.
     
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    you do realise that you need to use a ps1 memory card to be able to save ps1 games on your ps2
     
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    Are you serious! No I didn't realize that, ok I'll try it, then its only a matter of getting the backed up psx games to work. Thanks Devil
     
  18. MoleyMole

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    so just having a ps2 memory card in could stop it booting ?
     
  19. devilhunt

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    honestly i have no idea but i would not have thought so
     
  20. MoleyMole

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    No it doesnt .. tried it .. still get the same blue disk ... arrrrggghh this is really pissin me off now
     

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