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Kind of the same purpose the large section at the back is empty, if you remove the plastic cover on the larger units that is. SONY had plans to expand the PS2 so that the PS3 was actually just an extra connection, (sort of what project natal will be to Xbox360) but as is the way of the wprld a good idea left behind due to bugger and better things. Apparently there were a style of controller you could use in the USB port to enable four players without a multi tap, but i feel that is a gamers urban legend. I hope this helped. Thanks.
I know, this is very annoying. Mine is SCPH-79001.
Just put in the game like you would any game (that would read) and you should hear a few ticks. Turn the ps2 horizontly with the front facing you. And whenever you hear a tick, just tap it against you knee, then you should hear it spinning.
My ps2 wouldn't read GH world tour or metallica, but know it works. Hope I helped
There were two versions of the multi-tap made; one for the original fat
PS2 and a smaller version made for the slim. The two versions are
incompatible with the other PS2. If you have the original multi-tap
connected to the slim, it should throw out the 'controller
disconnected' message when you boot up. The slim version of the
multi-tap should have a sticker on the bottom saying 'only works with
models SCPH-70000, SCPH-75001, SCPH-75002'.
Other than the sports games, I don't recall any titles that allow more than two players anyway.
I can guess that the games you are trying to play have a Blue underneath and not silver. This was a big problem with my sons disks too using the older version of the ps2. We managed to mess about with some of the settings and changed the rgb setting to the other option (can't remember what that was now...sorry) and got some of them to work, but not for long. When the new games come out now they expect you to have the slimline ps2 and unfortunalty won't work on the older model. So to fix this problem I just bought a new one.
that means 2 things : the first one is that the multi tap is damaged and it's not gonna work second thing is that the slot of ur ps2 is not working
so to know the problem u can go to one of ur friends who have a ps2 and u can test it there if it works ,so u'll know that the problem is from the slot in ur ps2 and if it doesn't work so the problem will be from the multi tap
I bought the Multi-Tap. I have tried to set it up for 4 players and it doesn't funtion.
I have the right game and still it doesn't even respond. I checked the Version and it was a right one.
I plugged it into Port 1 and plug 4 controllers into the Multi-tap and a memory card into Multi-tap's Slot A.
What should I do? All I am guessing is that the product was deffective. Am I missing something?
1 of 2 problems.
1:- the port on the console has a fault, do they work normally when a single controller is in them ?
2:- bad or broken connection in the multi-port itself.
Hope this helps Mike @ compurepair.
I had this same problem. Try plug the multi tap into the player 2 port (with a controler in the player 1 port) and so on try different arangement for the controllers (mine worked with the way i wrote). If this doesnt help, a friend of mine had a problem with the contacts in the muti tap (or the controlers), if you are experience you could try open it up and make the contacts stick out a lil more or (more preferably) contact the producer of your multitap they may be able to repair it for a decent fee