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NO CHIP...???

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by RIDE, Sep 21, 2004.

  1. RIDE

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    not very clued up on this, so sorry in advance.
    but is there any way of playing non-original ps2 dvd games without having your console chipped???
     
  2. $$$$

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    yes. get a fliptop with swap magic or a slide card
     
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  4. RIDE

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    Cheers guys, looks good.
    And this works fine for all backed up games then?
    no problems at all?
     
  5. PupDog44

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    I use the SM disk with slide card and i have not yet ran into any problems.
     
  6. naz2k4

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    Fliptop is easier to use i think, i have not had a problem with a game yet.
     
  7. PupDog44

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    The only thing with the flip top is you have to void your warranty, so if you are like me were you had a buy a new ps2 and it is still under warranty the SM disk and slide tool is perfect.
     
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    hi i have swap magic so i been back up harry pottor and the prisoner of azkaban work then i put in my ps2 with swap magic then that disc work but still load load load never come up yet so what i do now please help me coz i have waste of dvd blank disc 9 time still waste
     

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