For all of my games on ps2 when you press a button it is delayed. This is especially a problem for baseball hitting games or guitar hero where timing is essential for the outcome. Does anyone know how to fix this?
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is u r ps2 modify if yes than try this
turn off u r ps2 and press 2 buttons togather trangle and cercle now turn it on u get one menu in u r screen and in first line of menu u get ntsc wrriten press X buttons u get it change turn it in pal o r ntsc
now press start button in u r joy stick it will display setting saved now turn off ps2 and turn it on now u get colours in u r games . REMEMBER U R PS2 SHOULD BE MODIFY SO U CAN DO ABOVE SETTINGS
WITH MODBO 3.0 IC IT WILL DISPLAY MATRIX WHEN U GET IT START U R PS2
On some home theater systems and TVs, there is a delay between what you press on the controller and what you see on screen.
There are three possible solutions: 1. In the options menu, you can "calibrate the lag". It may or may not work, but it will most likely reduce the lag. 2. If it's a HDTV, buy a PS3, with the PS3 version of the game, with PS3 controllers, and use a HDMI cable. 3. Play on a smaller, older SDTV (480i).
mines doing the same thing
Same problem and I have 4 different controllers (1 is the factory controller) and they ALL experience delays in movement. Enough of a delay it is virtually impossible to play anything.