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NTSC Scph-79001 Slim Do i need Magic Keys? Or can i make them.

Discussion in 'PS2 - Software boot discussion' started by Jaydon45, Jun 29, 2013.

  1. Jaydon45

    Jaydon45 Newbie

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    Hi, I am new to this fourm. (I'm pretty sure this is the right section.)

    I have a Ps2 Slim (NTSC) Model number SCPH-79001, and I would like to be able to use Swap Magic 3. I have heard the only way to do this is using Magic Keys, but i really don't wanna have to buy them. I know you can block the sensors on with tape, but would this be the same thing as using Magic Keys? If so, could you please attach image or a link to something that works with my model to block the sensors and use Swap Magic?
     
  2. Edutz

    Edutz Member

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    As for slim PS2, it is BETTER for you to have the magic keys.
    The purpose of magic keys is to tell PS2 that the flip top is closed even though it is open.
    There are 3 different spots (sensors as you called it) need to be keyed (or blocked). it may require you to open the ps2.
    As for the image, http://gbatemp.net/threads/how-do-i-block-the-sensors-ps2-slim.249805/
     
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