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Magic switch pro V4 TOOL E
Magic switch pro V4 TOOL E –
I am trying to play FFX international ultimate hits on my PS2. I just ordered the game and am about to order the MS Pro V4. From what I can see, it is infinitley superior to the flip top. But only one thing, the accursed tool E. From what I heard, A LOT of people have trouble with this tool. I am nervous that I will have a problem with that tool as well, considering how I have the "worst" PS2, (one with the extra small metal guard). Also, will I have to touch the power switch with tool A? Do I leave it alone? Tool B seems simple enough, but tool E looks like it will be a bitch. To anyone who has gotten magic switch to work, was installing tool E a pain? How long did it take? I am not opening my PS2, sorry. Last time I did that with my PSP, I screwed it up. Where exactly is the tool E supposed to go to block? How far down do I put it in the console before I close it to put it down the rest of the way?
Boy I hope this doesn't get to hard. I don't want to play the inferior NA version of FFX anymore, I always get the best version of every video game I own.
I have had a fat ps2 since a long time so I already had swapmagic laying around and then recently I bought a slim (90004) and just used this simple tutorial on it to get swapmagic to work [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xZM76GZf1_k"]YouTube - Ps2 mod[/ame]
the third step is easier than it looks really, I got contact directly with the sensor when i did it and then I put some black tape on it so it didn't have to look so ghetto and its almost easier to just use blu-tack on step 1 and 2 and then just the straw on step 3.
But since you already bought the magic switch you can use that clip to get an idea of where the sensors are without actually opening the slim up you can also check for other clips on youtube since theres quite a few showing where the sensors are.