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ps2 slim 77001 not reading backups

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by issicus, Mar 4, 2010.

  1. issicus

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    I just bought a used ps2 (v15) and swap magic 3.6 .

    I have a shit load of burnt games . I have not been able to get any of them to work. none of them get past the loading screen (well one did). and some just sit there with a black screen.

    I think it is the dvd drive, but 3 of the 5 real ps2 games I have work. I dont really know how tweaky these ps2s are... of the two that dont work. one is pretty scratched, my computer read it, so I made a copy, it works on usbadvanced. the other one gets stuck at the initial loading screen.

    I tried usbadvanced I got 3 out of 12 games to work.

    also sometimes the playstation 2 loading logo is all fucked up like there is a box around it and it looks blocky, like something from an emulator.

    I have tried a few different kinds of dvd-r media.

    a few I burnt on tdk , some freeze/go very slow during initial loading, none of them are playable.

    these next two brands worked on my old ps2 which was one of the originals. i had SM 3.3 . it worked like a charm

    I have some from a year or two ago that are maxell only got one of those to work, sort of. it played for a few minutes then I got a loading/disc error .

    and i have some yamakawa none of those worked.


    so do i just need to get a mod chip? ie matrix 1.99 ? or is my ps2 f*kd
     
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    yeah... googled vast. it is mcboot right? usb advanced doesnt work for most games.

    my old dvds just went bad, i got some sony dvds they worked.

    thanks anyway tho
     
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