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USB Advance in SCPH9000x ModeL
USB Advance in SCPH9000x ModeL –
hi, i have a PS2 SCPH9000x ModeL NTSC/J
Here's My Problem
I have an Iomega 500gb external HDD that i format into FAT32 to recognize my HDD when i Run USB Advance on My PS2.. Luckily it Get Recognize by my PS2.. I've Put and Install Games on it USing USBUtil, well it show up the games that i've install in my HDD, But when im trying to play the games.. it just say "please wait the game is loading..." it doesn't load at all.. what is the problem all the games i try doesn't work, i even install in the compatibility list of games that work.. please help thanx for the answer..
do you have a modchip ? if yes which one is ?
USB Advance in SCPh9000x ModeL
USB Advance in SCPh9000x ModeL –
yup it is modded, and i have no idea what kind of modchip is installed in it, i post in the other forum how to find what kind of modchip you have,, still i can't open my ps2 it is on warranty from where i bought it...
i don't know what kind of modchip i have. I'll explain as much as i know.
-- when i operate my PS2, First Boot.. It boot normally, plain PS2 Sounds
regular boot (where the option is only BROWSER and SYSTEM
-- When I Play PS2 Original/Burned/Backup Games It loads normaly without
pressing the reset button i just put the disc on and it loads automatically
The Logo is just plain PLAYSTAION 2..
** It doesn't tell me what kind of modchip i have **
-- I Try Pressing/Holding The Triangle + Circle buttons and nothing show up
Modchip configuration Menu.(Matrix Infinity)
** So I know that my Ps2 modchip is not Matrix Infinity **
-- When i Put Burned/Rip Movies all i do is i press the reset twice OR
when i press reset i hold the circle button
** It Reads and Play my movies smoothly and perfectly **
-- BUT when i put an Original REGION 1 DVD (hence my Ps2 is NTSC/J) it
gives me the messege
(this player is incompatible with the region marking of this disc)
** Regional Codes hence my ps2 is modded and it should play Region 1 **
--When I want to play PSX/PS1 Disc (Original/Burned/Backup)
I Just Press The Reset Twice
** It Reads Perfectly and smooth just like my Old PS **
SO IF SOMEONE KNOW WHAT KIND OF MODCHIP I DO HAVE ON MY PS2 PLEASE REPLY YOUR POST, WHAT KIND OF MODCHIP I DO HAVE..
Only way to find out what chip you have is either to open your system and look at it or contact the place where you bought it and ask them what you bought.
Originally Posted by hyperkamote
Usually people research what they're going to install in their system BEFORE getting it installed.
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well try to put a disk on a tray and then select a game and see if you still get the please wait message
my brother is having an NTSC-J system(SCPH-77006) and even he is having this problem..i.e. USB advance shows up the games but dosent play them...
watch this..i recorded the process
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is this an NTSC-J problem??????????
jap systems will be scph-xxxx0. you are using a PAL system with the scph-xxxx6
and pick a different usb drive. doesn't seem to be fully compatible.
google for SCPH-77006 and u get--
SCPH-77006 CB | NTSC-J | PS2 Slim - PlayStation 2 - PlayStation ...
5 posts - 4 authors - Last post: 15 Nov 2006
this PS2 (SCPH-77006), i just bought. they said its the latest model. ... those that the system(SCPH-77006) can run are: ...
boardsus.playstation.com/playstation/board/message?board.id=psx2&thread.id=1339961 - 120k - Cached - Similar pages
AND i have checked with three type of USB drives but still no luck
my mistake. just used to seeing certain numbers with cetain region designations.
Did you try booting it on PS1 mode?
Originally Posted by lesnar1234
My ps2 is also scph77006 (modded with a generic chip).
I had to press reset twice to go to PS1 mode on this chip in order to get USBADVN to work.
But you must have FMCB installed first, it makes booting the USBADVN elf from MC or USB much easier since you are not able to boot the USBADVN disc in PS1 mode anyways.
Try pressing reset 6 times, it also works for some modchips.
Im not sure if this will work on a scph9000x model though.
I hope this helps you as it did for me