Question about Sony PlayStation 2 (PS2) Console
I'm sorry to say but no one can solve this for you. Your only coarse of action is to go to the website that created the software ie. Action Replay Max or Code Breakers or Game Shark and check their flash drive compatibility lists. Reason I say this is, due to the limitations of certain versions of PS2's some flash drives will not work period. Where as some will only work with certain software. It's the same rule of thumb(pun intended :P) with hard drives. You're completely at the mercy of your PS2 and it's firmware. There are programs that are designed to help like USB advance and USB extreme that would make some drives work that would normally not, but you'll be wasting money if it doesn't work. I'ld start with the sites that make the code disks and see what they recommend you use, that woud be the best coarse of action.
Posted on Oct 17, 2008
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