Question about Sony PlayStation 2 (PS2) Console
I would like to reset parental control settings on my ps2 console
Posted by Anonymous on
SOURCE: Parental Control Feature on the PS2
3 answers for the price of one. Start a DVD, bring up the menu with select, and then go to Setup. It's in there. To get it to actually save, eject and take out the DVD (kicking it back to the setup screen) before you turn the power off when you are watching any dvd, hit select on the controller to bring up the onscreen menu. on the menu, under the number 7, there is a icon called setup. click it. hit right on the digital pad (on the controller) two times and you will be at custom setup. now, go down to the parental controll part and set it up to your liking. While in the "custom settings/parental control" options press SELECT and enter the 4-digit number "7444" whenever the parental control display asks you for your password. the old password will then be deleted.
Posted on Jul 31, 2007
SOURCE: changing parental control
Start the PS2 up and load the DVD. When it shows the Parental screen select YES. When the Password box pops up. Press the Select button on the controller. Type in 7444. Then your password is reset. It will ask you to enter another password. Do that twice. Allow the movie to start. When it gets going pause the movie, Press the Select button on your controller again. The DVD menu pops up. highlight SETUP. When that setup screen appears go to the 3rd icon from the left. Press X. Then highlight Parental Code. Set the parental lockout level to OFF.
Posted on Nov 20, 2007
SOURCE: ps2 slimline parental control code
Posted on Dec 27, 2007
SOURCE: My PS2 controller port stopped working!
Sounds as if it has been dropped .....or an impact to the controller port while one was plugged in. in some cases the in side of the port can become full of dust and dirt causing light rusting creating a loss of connection ...but an impact can break a small chip on the back of the controller port inside the machine , try cleaning out the controller port and check to make sure the metal tabs are clean and un bent.
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
SOURCE: need to change the parental control password
press select on your controller and then enter password 7444 this will delete current password and allow you to set a new one...
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
Tips for a great answer:
There are two methods to reset the Parental Control on a PlayStation 2, the Quick Method and the Easy Method.
The Quick Method to Reset Parental Control
If you do not know the Parental Control password on your Ps2, try the known defaults of 1111 and 7444.
The Easy Method to Reset Parental Control
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