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I need somebody to answer a few questions

Discussion in 'PS2 - Software boot discussion' started by mjmj824, Dec 28, 2004.

  1. mjmj824

    mjmj824 Guest

    I have a few question i need to be answered.
    1. I heard the gameshark or AR could be used to play back-ups. Is this true? If so which version would i need

    2.How do u find the ip adress of your ps2?

    3.How do u put elf files on your memory card.

    If you have the answers or any suggestion u can pm them to me or post them
     
  2. jonngo

    jonngo Member

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    Wow I guess you are just a really something person.
    Why don't you go on goole and goole for it.
    Gameshark and AR could be used to play back-ups but over time it will really damage you ps2.
    But the method is of course is known as the knife trick but not many people uses it.
    I suggest you get the SwapMagic set with the fliptop or slidecard.

    Im pretty sure if you put these question on google you will get you answer

    Sorry about that but sometimes it just really irritates me
     
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  3. cuteperv

    cuteperv Regular member

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    Forum rule is do not offend another person in anyway. if u think he's lazy don't reply.
     
  4. cuteperv

    cuteperv Regular member

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    yo mj i found this tutorial on afterdawn.com n it's very helpful
    http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/1/15105
    Also here is the definition of gameshark, the website is very concise.
    http://www.cheatcc.com/psx/codes/psxshark.html
    And according to gameshark and the website above, chances of getting your Ps2 screwed up by using gameshark to boot up your ps2 is very rare.
    I don't understand what you meant by the IP of your Ps2. But the IP or internet protocol of your PS2 is simply your computer IP. If your ps2 is using an IP distributed by a DHCP server from a router, then it will b soemthing like this 192.168.0.xxx.
    Hope this help.
     

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