Ps2 is working, i put the adapter in the back and the other end in the ariel socket in trhe tv, it automatically puts my tv into sleep mode, is there a certian channel i should have it set on or something i should be switching on or off. I have had the ps2 for many years but have recently moved house and cant remember how to connect it. thanks.
This usually happens try putting it on av1 or 2 it might work or continue trying to make the ps2 screen show that's what i did when it wasn't showing my ps2 on the tv also try putting it on the normal tv channels using the remote that came with your tv and then scan to see if your ps2 screen comes up.
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the PS2 does not have a wifi adapter native to the console. but if im missing something and you are just wanting to change the network password because you have the network adapter already or the slim PS2 which has the built in ethernet socket the PS2 manual states 'Put in Play Station 2 network disc' this should have the settings option on it to update the password.
make sure you have the Ps2 network adapter on your PS2. After that just simply connect and Ethernet cable to the back of the adapter. The other end of the cable goes to your router of course. Turn on router make sure you have a connection on your computer.( e.g. internet works) Then turn on your ps2, put in a game with online capabilities. Go to the online section of the game and create your account. And there you go, you should be connected. Keep in mind some ps2 online might not work they might of taken the servers done since PS3 is now primarily used online.
If you are using the RF cable you should be able to see video as long as you are on the right channel set from the RF cable, if that isn't working then just try plugging in the video cables and see if it is just the RF cable not working.
The ribbon cable should have a stiff plastic reniforcement atached the the end. you get a Pair of Precision needle nose pliers and insert the ribbon cable in the holder, I think you are calling this a chip. There are no holds or clips , just grip to hold the cable into the socket. WWW.playstionclinic.com can help if this does not work.