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Old Jul 25, 2002, 10:57 PM
krazylatino krazylatino is offline
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Talking Just a couple quick questions and be out of your way.

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1)l I want to do is boot dvdr"s I dont want that cd-rip stuff, I only want full games. So is the no soldier modchip a good a choice for me?

2) Is it like lik-sang says any gameshark 1.7 and up will work? Oh and do I need anything else other than the modchip and the gameshark.

3)Will swaping my games like that hurt my system?

4) What the fastest/easiet swaping mehthod thats been discovered


5) So is thier anything that should keep me away from the no solder modchip?


Thanks for yours answers in advance
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Old Jul 26, 2002, 10:40 AM
Dave2986 Dave2986 is offline
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dont go for a no soulder mod they are a bid unrelible. i would try an ace key it only has 1 wire to soulder and has a simple swop method with dvd games but it needs a ar2

swoping disks wont hurt your ps2. but only use good media as crap ones will ****up your lazer

and the best swop methods is a messiah chip lol
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Old Jul 26, 2002, 12:15 PM
krazylatino krazylatino is offline
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lol ya messiah but trying to get the best bang for the buck

orite Ill take your advice on that ace let me see

thanks
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