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Old 10-05-2002, 06:26
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Question EA Boot Method

Okay i got a question. I have a pal PS2 with a neo 2.2 chip fitted. WEll i was trying to patch a EA game(NBA Street) so i thought like i won't have to go through the EA Boot method. However after i patched the game, I tried to boot it up with a DVD region X, but it didn't work. Then i tried the EA Boot method and it worked. But it didn't work with the other normal boot method.

I did the same thing with FIfa 2001, i patched the game hoping it will boot up like the other non EA ps2 backups but still no luck.

I was hoping if someone could help me out here with some answers. Thanks alot.
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Old 10-05-2002, 11:04
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Use CloneCD to make a 1:1 copy of an EA game (unless you've downloaded it). If your reader/burner are RAW-DAO+96 compatible then you won't need the EA boot method.
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Old 10-05-2002, 11:13
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Thumbs down Tried Clone CD

Hey Charlie, trust me ive tried it all, Clone CD, CDR win, patches, nothing. The only thing is am a bit confused about the patches, I mean are they meant to be for neo 2.2 chip as well. cause that's the chip i got.

Any hope u guys can help me out. Chou
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