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R-Key and other questions.
R-Key and other questions. –
Anyone used one of these? To be honest, for what I want, they look like a viable alternative to a modchip... I'd keep on using my slide card, but I'm convinced that must be bad for the PS2. I guess whatever mod I go for, I'm going to try to get a new PS2, which brings me to my next question...
Are there any nice'n'safe ways to exploit the new PSTwo? I don't mind swap disks especially, but what I do object to is anything that can screw up my PlayStation too badly, or force me to remove bits, like the slide card does. My old PS2 is probably too screwed to bother modding in any way. It won't be a "keeper" even if I do, it'll just be the test subject.
Since the older PS2 models are no longer in the stores, I'm just looking to the future to see if there's any solution to let me keep on playing my imports. I guess in the end, the best option would be a PSTwo from Japan... short of that, any suggestions?
I've been using an r-key (neo-key) for a while now and have had no problems with it in my v4. My friend also recently put one in his v7 and it's working great. It's much easer to use it than jamming a knife/slidecard in your ps2 and you can keep the front cover on. As for the slimline pstwo, there are several methods out there for swaping, just do a search.