Hello ...i've tried to connect my PS2 slim type to my LCD using the Kworld 1920ex - i have tried to use the PS2/3 adaptor the came with the tv box, but it aint working . so i just used the conventional connector - is it PS2 issue or the connector itself-?...thANKS!!!!!
You will need to go to your PS2 system configuration screen and change from RGB to YPbPr component video output. The 1920ex (remember to switch source to YPbPr) will then correctly recognise the signal from PS2.
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You might need a new DVD drive too. Sounds like you need expert help, i had sent my PS3 to videogame911.com after i attempted to work on it my self and they repair everything, even saved my data. Got it back within the week and at a very reasonable price. Hope this helps you.
the Slim version bring some technical improvements, but the overall game quality is pretty the same.
The Slim is smaller and lighter (about 1/4 of the size of its phatty predecessor) in fact. It also has greatly enhanced online gaming capabilities due to the presence of a new Ethernet port, network connection, and phone line.
Hope this helps,
hello klawyer, I Think It would be a good Idea To Try and get a new power cable, but Also you should check for signs eg. If its oldish, Has the plug pard got a bit rusty, is it the wrong cable?. If none of this work, try going to your local Video Game Shop, I Recomend Game and tell them your problem.
check either the connection of the elctric cord connecting the ps2 and the socket if its loose or not. still if there is a problem take the ps2 from where u bought it and either get it replaced or ask the them to fix it.
you probably have a loose connection in there. If you are comfortable with it, open it up and check for a loose connection. If you find it you can probably fix it yourself. If you aren't comfortable with it I'm sure you have a friend that is willing.