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Discussion in 'PS2' started by l3uster2, Apr 2, 2005.

  1. l3uster2

    l3uster2 Guest

    Good day too all,
    Just picked up a brand new ps2 the thin one do i need to add anything to it to play bcak up games I'm really new to all this computer lingo please help me
     
  2. Mufc_Rule

    Mufc_Rule Regular member

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    You could get it Chipped.
    You could also use Swap magic Discs... with either A Fliptop, Slimtool, magic Switch, Tape Mod etc..

    And may need the lazer fix..
     
  3. I_Am_High

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    If you have access to a regular ps2 you can exploit a memory card to run on your slim, allowing it to use an external hdd via usb. Then you just play your games off hdd.
     
  4. Brian23

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    Are you saying you can't use a slim PS2 to create an exploited memory card?
     
  5. Mufc_Rule

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    If there makin USB Extreme to work on a Slim PS2?
    Why do you still need to use one of the older PS2's? :S
     
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    This is how you can run it off the mc, not using any retail disc. You need an older ps2 to make the mc because the new slim ones won't accept a network adapter which is something you normally need.
     
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    If you search the forums i've given links in like two different threads to everything you need to exploit ps2 slim. I mean everything.
     
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    Shame I dont have access to an Older PS2 :(
    So Im gna be wasting my time with USB Advance then?
     
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    Here is a link of distributors for USB Extreme.
    http://forum.hdadvance.com/hd_advance_where_to_buy.asp

    I believe it retails for like $33 or something. You should be able to make an exploit with that retail disc. I was telling you that if you had access to an older ps2 you could make an exploit using USB Advance, which is the cracked version of USB Extreme, and it would cost you $0.
     

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