For all of my games on ps2 when you press a button it is delayed. This is especially a problem for baseball hitting games or guitar hero where timing is essential for the outcome. Does anyone know how to fix this?
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clean the lens on your system and then start up ps2 with no disc. highlight browser and hit green triangle. highlight console and hit triangle. highlight diagnostics hit blue x button and select on. press red o button to back up. highlight playstation drive and hit green triangle. highlight disc speed and hit blue x button and select fast. press red o button to back out. turn off machine, insert guitar hero 2 and turn machine on. This solution worked for me and we have been having fun ever since. Good luck and may God be with you.
On some home theater systems and TVs, there is a delay between what you press on the controller and what you see on screen.
There are three possible solutions: 1. In the options menu, you can "calibrate the lag". It may or may not work, but it will most likely reduce the lag. 2. If it's a HDTV, buy a PS3, with the PS3 version of the game, with PS3 controllers, and use a HDMI cable. 3. Play on a smaller, older SDTV (480i).