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Bad Network Adapter Connection?
Bad Network Adapter Connection? –
About a year ago me and my friend were trying to use HDLoader with the HD I put in my ps2. It had stopped working, HDLoader could not detect the HD (It had worked fine for a long time). So I ended up taking out the HD and just used my disks to play games. I eventually got a replacement network adapter because games would freeze when trying to access it to play on line. I put the HD in my computer and all the games are still on there so I know that is not bad. I put the HD in with the new adapter and it still doesn't work. I'm lead to believe the connecter on the ps2 is bad. Does any one know how to fix this problem?
I was thinking about getting a Ps2 slim but a guy at work (BestBuy) said the new ones we have are not able to be connected to an HD because they took the pins off the motherboard. Couldn't you still use USB or firewire though?
I did search too but could not find an answer. Thanks!
you can in a long winded way get it via slim (hd-connect, usb hdl) but lets be honest you might aswell get a fatty ps2 as this is by far the best way to play ps2 hd games and they are cheap, snd the compatibility of games alot better
Ok thanks. Is there any way to fix this or is there a place I can have it looked at? It might be cheaper to get a new one though.
Originally Posted by propered
Try using your hdd and na in a friends ps2, so you can narrow the problem down and it wouldnt cost anything.
1. they didn't take the pins off the mobo, the pins are actually still there and thats how HD-connect works but you have to open it up and solder your own IDE connector onto the ps2-slim.
2. there's usb-extreme but it sucks, compatbility is shit, and its slow and sometimes slower than dvd. don't bother.
PS2 Version 3 with Neo 4.1: 44 wires
80gb Maxtor HDD