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PSX & PS2 - 10/7/2001 9:15:35 AM   
jaynigs

 

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I Was wondering if anyone knew anything about rewriting firmwares so that ps2 and psx games can be written with the boot errors intact. hence no need for a chip!!! Aparently it can be done, but thats all i know about the matter..I have just bought a ps2 and im going to buy the liteon 24x10x40 cdrw.. but this news is holding me back,as i am unsure if it only works on a particular drive... Any info on this would be much appreciated...Many thanks in advance

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RE: PSX & PS2 - 10/7/2001 6:05:23 PM   
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No such information is known and i don't think you will ever seen such modified firmwares available. Why? Cause firmware are very hard to programming.

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RE: PSX & PS2 - 10/10/2001 7:38:49 PM   
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Well...i wasn't planning on reprogramming myself , I have heard that there is already a rewritten firware for a particular drive and just wondered if anyone had any further details.


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RE: PSX & PS2 - 10/11/2001 6:31:40 PM   
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Possible hoax

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RE: PSX & PS2 - 10/12/2001 12:40:53 AM   
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Sorry..the boot code is pressed into the disk by manufacturer, there is a boot disk now available called the ps-x-change, it can be gotten from www.game-gizmo.com it runs like 25 bucks, you boot with it then swap your backup in when instructed..it also works on the new small ps1. Hope that helps:)
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