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I need to set the consoles clock

I just need help setting the console's internal clock

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Go to system configuration dirctly under the browser selection.press down twice and you should be on clock adjustment. simply press x and press left or right to hilight the month, day ,year, hour, minute, or second. when you are on the time press up or down to change it

Posted on Jan 24, 2009

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It sounds like you PS2 needs a good internal cleaning. You can replace the battery and you will still have the same problem. I have repaired over 100 Playstations like yours and never did the battery thing work or help anything but keep the Parental password set. You do not always get Disc Read Error Message. I believe your Laser has a dirty lens. Clean it wil a Cotton swab lightly dampened with Alcohol. Then Dry the lens with the dry swab. i suggest you Clean the entire PS2 of all dust and lint. The orbs should fly around in a circle, not be all grouped. This indicates your have a motherboard data flow problem.

If your not comfortable with this , you need to Click on " Repair directory" at the bottom of the screen. Then click on "Video Game Consoles" and after that pick a Repair shop.

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