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Re: PLAYING PAL GAMES IN NTSC CONSOLE
Hi, If you install mult-region chip in it then it would play all the discks wether from india or usa and you can also enjoy dvd movies too.Contact any expert nearby and fix the said chip in it and enjoy the games of any region. Thanks and dont forget to rate. Bye
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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.
It means that the PS2 can't read the disc. Playstation 2s in the US are NTSC, while those in the UK are PAL. PAL discs can not be played on an NTSC PS2, and NTSC discs can not be played on a PAL console. This is because the consoles are region-locked and you can only play games from the region the PS2 itself was sold in.
If it scrolls vertiacally I get this from running PAL games on an NTSC TV,
Is this an import game? Does the game disc and the console show the same video type?
PAL or NTSC. For the game (at least in the US) it shows the video type on the Disc under the PS logo and on the case it is at the bottom of the spine and the top right corner (under the PS logo) on the cover. On the console it should be on the laebl on the back of the machine.
Is the machine modded, such as having a modchip in it or softmodded with HD Loader or USB Advance?
Those programs should allow you to play the games just fine. I have several out of region games on my system and they all work just fine..
You may need to clean and readjust the laser, which is painstakingly long and hard. As there are like 7 or 8 different version numbers of the PS2 each one has a slightly different internal configuration, guides can easily be found by typing in "PS2 Disk Read Error" on a search engine like www.google.com
Sorry I couldn't help you more, I tried to fix my own PS2 about a year ago and ruined the motor drive for the tray, so will not touch or condone such unless your pretty good with small parts and electronics.