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Complete Beginner

Discussion in 'PS2' started by Techmajor, Sep 10, 2007.

  1. Techmajor

    Techmajor Guest

    Okay Im new to this whole mod-chip thing. Im just starting to get into the making back-up's. I have checked the swap discs, and the mod-chips read the pro's and con's. I want to go with a Non swap Mod-Chip a soldered one is best for me i think. I have a PS2 Slim SCHP-75001 the only thing is i need help getting the right one. I've seen some for 49-69 bucks, but I have a friend that got one for 20 bucks. That works just fine, but he has a older PS2. So I need to know what will work for me price doesn't matter, but cheaper is better. I have read so many formus on here, but i need a for sure answer.
  2. rdn98

    rdn98 Regular member

    Dec 27, 2004
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    Solder mod chips are very risky, you face the risk of messing up your ps2. And if you do, there is no turning back.

    I highly suggest you look into the swap magic methods.
  3. Techmajor

    Techmajor Guest

    Thanks for the heads up, but I looked in to all the things that can go wrong. I'm ready for the challenge plus Im an electrical major so I have had my time soldering.

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