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Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by refan, Apr 1, 2005.

  1. refan

    refan Member

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    TWO ? is Resident Evil 4 copyable or is it DVD9 and whats a good DVD-R to use on ps2v1 with neokey.
     
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    Are you trying to copy a GameCube game to play on a PS2? Last time I checked RE4 wasn't coming out on PS2 till the fall.
     
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    my bad you right its on the cg but not the ps2 i seen it at BB in ps2 section wasint paying attention to what platform it was on lol. any way what would be the best mod for my ps2 without hardwiring it in or breaking my front cover of for this swap thing. i am going to get the ARMAX EVO for it.
     
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    You don't have to "break" your front cover for swap magic. If
    you use the slide tool you just eject the tray and there is a
    single small phillips head screw that you take out and then if
    your real carefuly the other side just pops off. If you rush you
    will break it but its not required to do it. If you don't want to
    use the slide tool then buy a flip top for your Playstation. You
    remove the entire top cover and replace it with one with an
    opening above the disk tray so you just open it up and
    remove the disk. Saves some hassle on learning how to use
    the slide tool.
     
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