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Help with Jak X Combat Racing
Help with Jak X Combat Racing –
I've read the tutorial for using the game swap trick all last week, then this week I bought jak X combat racing (impossible to find 007 agent under fire..) Being that Jak X was listed there I thought i was in the clear, but im having some issues.
I can swap the disc at the main menu, and it resumes normal operation once i do, but as soon as i attempt to boot the .elf i get a black screen with some green flashes then the PS2 red screen "please insert original ps2 game etc etc".
Ive blocked the sensors with bluetack, but im wondering if one of them has become unpressed, would it give me this error? The game starts and runs fine with the flap open still.
Thanks very much in advance guys!!
Do you have a LAN connector on your PS2? Do you have the "fat" or the "slim" PS2?
I have the fat (old) PS2 and when i go to "Exhibition" and select "LAN", I get this message: No suitable network hardware was detected. You will be unable to play online.
So I am stuck. Will I ever be able to use this method to install FMCBOOT without having a LAN connector on my PS2?
I will report back if I find a solution.
i using a slim ps2. no lan adaptor.
When it says no network config found just choose to config then it boots the file, however as i said my ps2 just pull the red screen, please insert a ps2 disc crap
I tried this last night and couldn't get it to work at all, and from doing searches it seems not many others could get it to work either, in fact I didn't see a post by anyone that had got it to work.
You can do what I did; go here:
Check availability at your local GameStop, the game only ended up costing me $4.27, and if you don't want to keep the game you can just return it for a full refund within 7 days (I think they only give you store credit though, not completely sure) and throw away/destroy your burnt copy when you are done installing FMCB.
It was very easy to get it working with Agent Under Fire for me, the hardest part was probably being tortured with the (in my opinion) absolutely horrible controls of the game.
Anyways, I hope this helps you in some way.