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If your PS2 is made pre-2009 (has a manufacturer number less than 9xxxxxxxx) then you can use a bootloader to unlock the USB and hardrive to play "backed up" games and AVI movies.
You will need on of these things: 1) an original copy of 007 Agent Under Fire or an original PS1 game, to use as a "trigger" disk. 2) a original copy of Gameshark, SwapMagic, or CodeBreaker for PS2 (DL'ed copies wont work)
and you will need: 1) a memory card plugged into your PS2 slot 1 2) a USB drive
Now do this:
Load the boatloader ELF file from a burner "backup copy" of your 007 disk (using the "disk swap trick" on your "sensor-modded" PS2. I used ESR Disk Patcher and Apache V1.1 to alter the TOC values of the ELF file and "patch" the ISO file before burning, and I used the disk swap trick after playing level one of the game, saving, and then loading the "driving level" (level 2).
OR use SwapMagic or similar tool to load the bootloader. You can find Youtube videos detailing this process.
Install Free McBoot onto your memcard using the bootloader. You can use the "noobie package", use google to find this and put the files onto yor USB card. Voila! Now you can play AVI files or "backed up" games from USB or hard-drive, among other fun things.
you need to check how many gigabytes you have left in memory because every ps2 game you use has to make its own folder in the ps3 which each one uses alot of the memory so if you play alot of differnt games and are in the middle of saved games for ex. final fantasy they use lot of memory so check that and a easy way is to delete some of your non used things like pictures or demos you downloaded from th internet and things like those
i'm indian too but i live in usa i'm having the same problem but if i'm not able to find the chip in america than we should just forget about playing pirated games or whatever even though i don't have any pirated games
check to make sure tha disk isn't dirty or scratched. if so, try to clean it by breathing on it 'till it gets foggy-looking then wipe it with a dry cloth or ur shirt or ask a neighborhood ps2 game store to clean it for u! but if u just bought tha game tell tha person who sold it to u and ask them to give u another 1 or a refund!