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Matrix Infinity Chip

Discussion in 'PS2' started by DuUkE, Feb 16, 2007.

  1. DuUkE

    DuUkE Guest

    A friend of mine installed a chip for me, the model is Matrix Infinity 1.53....It's been working fine for about 2 weeks but 2 days ago I turn it on and it wouldnt read any of my backsups or original, I tried unplugging tehe power, wouldnt help, but today It works again fine...now I;m thinking somehow I turned the chip off my accident and turned it back on again by accident... Does anybody know the proper way of handling these chips, like so I wouldnt turn it off again like I did before. The ps2 model that I have is 71000, which is the latest one I think.
     
  2. jenko6a

    jenko6a Guest

    sounds more like you have a copy of a MI. The proper way to disable the chip is to hold select (or possibly start) on boot up unstil it says disabled
     
  3. inline

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    Start it is.
    So when you start your ps2 just push start until it says.
    Chip Disabled > Restart your PS2 (without putting it in to standby).
    To enable the chip again: you have to put it in standby (or power off) > then reboot your ps2.

    So if unplugging the power wouldn't help, it is not your chip being disabled.
     
  4. DuUkE

    DuUkE Guest

    Someone has said that I might have accidently activated flash or auto recovery. Does anybody know what that means, and how do I do that.
     
  5. inline

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    I don't think you can recover your flash on a matrix infinity.
     

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