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@ tyons & TORTOISE786
I guess you can burn an action replay or codebreaker iso on a dvd and use it to install FMCB.
FMCB wonīt work on his 90004 1C console.
But he can set "quick-buttons" to some .ELFīs (OPL, SMS, uLE....) with his chip....
Hi there, i have a 90010 i just bought. i tried a mc with fmcb that i prepared on a friend's 79001, but it wont work on my console. I guess it's because different regions, and maybe my 90010 doesn't work at all with fmcb. mine has no date code, it only has "90010a" and driver is 2.0. Do you know any way i can get fmbc to work on my ps2? no swap magic can be found here in my country......
Download the FMCB 1.8C-package (itīs region free) on a USB-drive, and install FMCB on your own MC with your friends MC on your friends PS2....
I already replied to another of your posts in another thread today, so I'll keep this reply short.
Originally Posted by gpaccia
If you bought that console new in a store this year, then it was almost certainly produced later than the third quarter of 2008, when Sony switched all production to a new PS2 bios which prevents FMCB from working.
So most likely you'll have to use other methods to run PS2 homebrews and backup games, as described in my other reply.
If SwapMagic is not available in the stores in your country, it probably is available in other countries which are region-wise compatible.
So that is another thing you need to check up on.
Most likely your console is disc-boot compatible with either the USA or the Euro region.
And there are several ways to check which one it is.
If your original games are SCES or SLES versions, then your console boots European discs,
and if your original games are SCUS or SLUS versions, then your console boots US discs.
You can also ask your friends what BxEXEC-SYSTEM folder they have on their MCs. (assuming they too have some SCPH-xxx10 model).
They can check that with the FileManager of uLaunchELF, which is included with most FMCB installs.
If they have "BAEXEC-SYSTEM", then SwapMagic discs from the US region should work, but if they have "BEEXEC-SYSTEM" then you should be able to use SwapMagic discs from Europe (same as I use myself, for my SCPH-90004 console).
Best regards: dlanor
Date Code for SCPH-9xxxx series
7C = Yes FMCB
7D = Yes FMCB
8A = Yes FMCB
8B = Yes FMCB
8C = NO FMCB
8D = NO FMCB
9A = NO FMCB
9B = NO FMCB
9C = NO FMCB
9D = NO FMCB
0A = NO FMCB
0B = NO FMCB
0C = NO FMCB
0D = NO FMCB
1A = NO FMCB
1B = NO FMCB
1C = NO FMCB
1D = NO FMCB
2A = NO FMCB
i know i might not get a response to this message but i will try. if you ps2 is a 9001 series does FMcB works with it?
mate look at the post above yours..... check your date code...... if no date code try it and see........
Originally Posted by jeffr
he is only slightly wrong for 8c. there were a very few that still had the old bios. but as a general rule get a PS2 before 8c....
136 installs , last on 16-NOV-2013
PS2 50002 PAL Silver
+ Network Adaptor + 500 Gig
Hitachi IDE + FMCB 1.8b
PS2 79002 PAL
Slim Unmodded FMCB 1.8b
black CFW 6.60 B10 PhotoFast 5400 with 2 x 8 Gig micro SDHC
i have a ps2 scph-90006 but fmcb doesn't work at all, the other option is to burn game into discs, to buy another old model ps2
pls tell me. how to fmcb for my ps2 slim scph 90004 8a. wat is the best way? pls give the tutorials and guides in photos r video..........
how to fmcb for my ps2 slim scph90004 8a. pls guide me pls