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Ps2 slim modded doesn't read ps2 modified games


Most likely the console was modded and it was not modded to take modded games

Jun 23, 2014 | Sony PlayStation 2 (PS2) Console

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My ps2 which is NTSC/J couldn't accept PAL CDs. how can i make it accept any CD for playstation?


You would need to either mod your PS2 or get Swap Magic to play PAL PS2 games on an NTSC console. Unfortunately even if you got the game to work, the screen would be jumpy and almost unplayable unless the game has a 60Hz option (there are not many with this option at all). Most PAL PS2 games are 50Hz to be compatible with European televisions, and NTSC games are 60Hz to be compatible with American and Japanese televisions.

Jan 22, 2011 | Sony PlayStation 2 (PS2) Console

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How do you modify a ps2


Obviously the installation of mod-chips in PlayStation 2 consoles is widely discouraged by Sony -- the reason is piracy. You must know that Sony has overlaid a seal onto each of their PS2 consoles. If this seal is broken (thus providing evidence that the console has been opened and "modded"), Sony will refuse to repair the system. On the other hand if your console is more than one yer old and no longer covered by the manufacturer warranty you should not worry about fraking the seal -- it will not change anything.

It can be done spending around few $15 to $20 i guess. Any local Play Station repair guy can fix that.

I own a PS2 which is modded before a year and still it works with out any trouble. You can ask if u have any questions about PS2.
Thank you, Thyagu.A

Dec 27, 2010 | Sony PlayStation 2 (PS2) Console

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My stuff din't work with pirated cd's?


There are multiple "Mods" which can be performed on a PSP (as well as on newer consoles as well).

Some are hardware mods (the addition of chips which expand or bypass (depending on a particular mod) to allow the recognition and playback of various formats, such as 3rd party software. The problem with modding is that if someone isn't careful, the mod can also brick the system (keep it from recognizing the original, retail PS2 games, movies, etc....

Besides that, I can't tell you much more about pirating software, since it's illegal and I'm no advocate of that. You should ask your friend what specific "Mod" was performed, if that's even the case.

PS.. My advice - Don't let anyone modify the hardware on any of your devices, unless you don't care if they ever work again. Also, you can't play online games/content with modded systems...since they are automatically detected and banned from the servers.

Jul 06, 2010 | Sony PlayStation 2 (PS2) Console

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I have to unlock my ps2 so that i dont have to use original cds.]


Modding your PS2 is illegal. Also, the only reason you would need to mod it is to play bootleg games. That is illegal.


Apr 08, 2009 | Sony PlayStation 2 Slimline Console

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Got a Japanese Playstation 1... can't interact with it


Two options:

Buy a solderless Mod Chip online to bring it back to life; which would be hard to find being that the PS1 is not mainstream anymore. ( Might get lucky and find one at www.eurasia.nu ) Also heard of people using a boot disc with a 8 GB memory card to Mod the older playstations; don't think that will work for you since it doesn't even load a game.

Another options would be to clean that lense like a Doctor's Office. In the past my lenses have got extremely dirty, so dirty that when I cleaned them with a Q-tip lightly dipped in a cleaning solution the Q-tip was black before I finished.

You should consider getting a newer system like a PS3 or a PS2; they have several PS2 systems at a Pawn Shop or Used Game Store and all the PS1 games play on the PS2.

Nov 28, 2008 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Ps2 console wont play a game


Yes, you just need to have your PS2 Modded...just look for any technician in your place who does PS2 Modding...

Sep 17, 2008 | Video Game Consoles & Games

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Japanese game wont play on ps2 slimline!


if its in a region lock, its impossible to be played on a American PS2, if your PS2 is modded it will read any region locked discs, the only possible solution is to buy a Japanese Version PS2

Jul 12, 2008 | Sony PlayStation 2 Slimline Console

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Ps3


The problem with that is the PS3 that you bought is tuned for Japanese dvds and games, You may have to get your PS3 modded to support the French games. However I am unaware of the legality of having your PS3 modded.
Good Luck

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