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Ratchet And Clank 3 Freeze Issue On First Mission Fixed

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    Yes I've Managed To Fix The Freeze Issue In First Mission On Ratchet And Clank 3 PS2 Game.

    These Are The Steps To Follow To Fix This Problem.

    Step 1: Download The WINHIIP Hard Drive Tool From Skapp's Website
    Then Save It To Your Computer Desktop.

    Step 2: Connect Your PS2 Hard Drive To Your Pc Using A Hard Drive Enclosure When You Have Done That You Then Open WINHIIP By Right Clicking And Run As Administrator.

    Step 3: Once WINHIIP Is Open You Then Click On Select Drive Button At Top Right Hand Corner And On The List You Should See A Drive Called PS2 Click On That One And Your PS2 Hard Drive Will Load Up And You Will See All Your PS2 Games You Have On Hard Drive.

    Step 4: Look Down Your List Of PS2 Games And Find Ratchet And Clank 3 And On Left Hand Side Of Game Name You Will See A Square Box Click It To See A Black Tick Appear Then At Bottom Of WINHIIP You Will See A Button Called Apply PPF Patch Click On That And Search For Patch File On Your Pc Desktop Open That And WINHIIP Will Say Game Patched Completed When It Says That Click Ok And Exit WINHIIP And Disconnect Your PS2 Hard Drive From Pc And Reconnect Your PS2 Hard Drive Back In Your PS2 Console And Load Up Your Ratchet And Clank 3 PS2 Game And Your Game Will Not Freeze On First Mission Again.

    So That's The Way To Fix The Freeze Issue In Ratchet And Clank 3 PS2 Game.

    Hope You Enjoy And Please Say Thanks
     
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