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Manik
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Post Posted: Wed Oct 11, 2006 11:36 pm   
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I used to burn backup games of ps2 and hide the original games in order to avoid scratching from my little brother. I cannot find my ps2 orig games now, so i am dependent on the backups. i used ridata as the dvd-r, burned at 2x-4x. Now the games that used to work perfectly, get this error: "Please insert Playstation or Playstation 2 disc". I think the they are not being read for some reason. As of now, i can get some of the backups to work but they require reseting several times. Can anyone give me suggestions on what might be wrong and how i can go about fixing this problem.. BTW, i think the modchip is a duo brand, Duo 3. Wanted to check the modchip but couldn't find directions on how to properly open the ps2. (I have not modded my ps2, someone else has, back from when i had no modchip knowledge) Thanks...
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Post Posted: Wed Oct 11, 2006 11:42 pm   
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Sounds like the chip is starting to fail.
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oh ic, do u know of any tuts on how to disassemble a ps2 completely? I can't find one... thanks...
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try google. and type in PS2 Dissasembly or PS2 modding
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yea i did, obviously first thing i would do, but havent come across any good tut with pics. still looking for it. If anyone knows please post here. THANKS.

EDIT: Found it, thanks hellblazer.

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no problem
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hellblazer could it be a laser problem? Its been several years since i had it. I didn't play it much..
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nope, ive played mine for years and the laser is running strong, but it wouldnt hurt to regrease the tracks and laser guides, use lithium grease, not vasoline as that will break down real fast under useage.
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Post Posted: Thu Oct 12, 2006 3:20 am   
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lol, vaseline, classic
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lol yeah the 101 donts of vasoline
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thanks, i ll just take a look at my mod once i have the time and i will greese the guides.
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