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Timmay: Did you get your PS2 back from modchipman.com yet?

Discussion in 'PS2' started by Mooshie, Apr 12, 2003.

  1. Mooshie

    Mooshie Member

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    I sent mine off to him last Monday for him to install a Messiah 2 for me. Was wondering if you had gotten yours back yet, how long it took, and how it is all working out for you.
     
  2. Timmay

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    Yeah, It took about 2 weeks. they ran out of chips when they received mine. But it works great and the feed back is great. Drop him a line and see what is going on.
     
  3. Mooshie

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    I actually sent my modchip along with the PS2. Hopefully he won't take 2 weeks on it.
     
  4. Timmay

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    Once the chips were in it only took a couple of days.
     
  5. Mooshie

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    Just got a reply back from the guy who is modding mine. He shipped it back Friday and I should have it Tuesday/Wednesday. Only took him 2-3 days for the install. If it arrives intact and functional I will be a very happy camper.
     
  6. Timmay

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    Unless the Post Office is playing baseball with yours, it should work perfectly. My Messiah works like a charm. I love it. What chip did you get?
     
  7. Mooshie

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    I got a Messiah 2. I actually bought the chip from him originally and planned to install it myself. My father is very good with a soldering iron but even under 8x magnification he was bewildered by the tiny points. So I boxed it all up and shipped it off to modchipman for installation.
     

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