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Neo2.2 GS2 DVD reading problem -help-

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by teasider, Apr 23, 2005.

  1. teasider

    teasider Member

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    Hello everyone ,
    My question is : my PS2 has NEO2.2 modchip installed , and Im using Game Shark 2 v1.0 to load backups. everything worked fine with regular CD backups , but when I use the DVD decryptor to read and burn from an original PS2 game (instructions followed properly) the DVD wouldnt read , it just stuck there on the "Press X to continue" screen.. Anyone have any idea what's the problem ?

    Thanks in advance!
     
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    thanks.. but theres no place around here I could get GS 1.99 (I use 1.0)
    I can buy a new chip thu. I heared there are chips that boot up the DVDR backup with no swapping tricks etc

    do you recommand that ?
     
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    thats what i have,
    a messiah 2 modchip,boots anything
    its quite old now,and there are more up to date chips,
    just search around and see whats best for you

    :)
     
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    Thanks :)

    one more thing thu.
    sometimes when I put in the GS2 disc (original)
    the ps2 wont read it..(only read it after a number of retries)
    could my laser be damaged or somthing ?


     
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    the more likely cause is the disc is damaged
     

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