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need help with pstwo

Discussion in 'PS2 - Hardware boot discussion' started by satbird, Jan 12, 2005.

  1. satbird

    satbird Member

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    Hi, I just installed a muppet v12 chip. Play orgional games, but not backup game. All the soldering points are good. Do I need to flash the chip or there is a procedure for backup game. Any help is appreciate. Thanks.
     
  2. hursty

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    from what i have read about this chip,no flashing is required,backups should boot straight up.
    are burning them correctly?have you got a known working copy?
     
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    why on earth do you buy a muppet chip for? That pig gives me the creeps.. I think i will have a horrible nightmare tonight..
     
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    I was going to buy a muppet chip for my v12 to play back-up, I seen a post here that this chip is laser safe and it's a good deal, anyone have any experience on this chip????
     
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    get a real chip, dont even bother to mess around with clones, get a magic 5kx+. Its only a few bucks more than the clones.
     
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    I heard the this chip is laser safe for v12, not sure if it is real or not, I hear it's bad for the laser for the other chip that require extra fix, is it true?
     

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