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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: playing pirated games
pirating is illeagal and i cannot condone it but if you want to bother with it get a mod chip to play back ups checkout easybuy2000.com they sell mod chips for various consoles, or at least they did when the original xbox was still new, anyway if you want to play movies early generation ps2 may be able to play dvd backups, must be the entire disk with the protection copied (an exact imageg of the original dvd) also some usb addons for this are now available, if you have a psx(pre psone playstations with the expansion slot on the rear preferably) can very easily be done, all you need is one real psx game and either a non cdx (mem card and cd style) games shark or pro action replay (i prefer the par) using a lego peice or an m3 screw(standard pc case screw) and a cd case prop the lid open and use the case to hold it half closed, the disk will spin as if it where closed and can be swaped with the backup disk once the system is booted to the gs or par screen, at this point the disk will stop spinning after verifing the disk is legit, then you swap with the back up and start the game with or without cheats, some versions of the psx will double check if it does its not an early enough version., sorry about the length if you need more details email me, firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Jul 10, 2007
This may be because DVD movies have a reigion code on the disk and on a pirated disk this code may be removed. When the ps2 fails to find the code, it aborts playing the disk. I believe the regional lockout for games (which i assume you have disabled) is a different system to DVD lockouts.
Posted on Jun 16, 2008
SOURCE: Hi! I have no instructions
The game is simple, but setting up the board can take a minute. The cardboard has to be folded and using the box lid upside down so that you drop the keys down all of the holes on the board.
You spin the wheel and move that many spaces in any direction. when you land on a key you pull the top key card and have to pull out one of the keys that sit in the holes. It's kind of a memory game because you put it back when you are done. If the key matches the key on the card you flip it over. Treasure you get a coin, empty treasure you put a coin on the giant coin symbol on the board. Parrot you take all the coins on the giant coin and the last symbol you move anywhere you want to on the board. Once you have six coins you go the boat at the center.
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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