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Where can you find Playstation 2 BIOS files?
« on: November 03, 2008, 11:34:28 PM »
I am not a true blood game player but am interested to know where to find the playstation 2 BIOS Files? Does anyone in the community know this? Thanks.

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Where can you find Playstation 2 BIOS files?
« on: November 03, 2008, 11:34:28 PM »

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Re: Where can you find Playstation 2 BIOS files?
« Reply #1 on: November 03, 2008, 11:35:53 PM »
Sharing this information i just found..

    * For a legal way of getting the BIOS from the PS2, get instructions at http://forums.ngemu.com/pcsx2-official- ... r-lan.html

    * You cannot legally find those anywhere unless you have the PS2 to get the BIOS from.

    * You cannot download it from the net for free because it\'s copyrighted! Buying the console and getting from there is the only legal way.

    * The PS2 bios is not free and cannot be downloaded freely over the internet. It is copyrighted by Sony Corporation.

    * Login to IRC through an EFnet server, now join channel #pcsx2 .. now talk to anyone except the Operators (the ones having an @ in front of their nicks are dangerous, so don\'t talk to them) .. ask anybody in private window for a bios and they\'ll give it to you .. P.S. Get the bios only if you own the original console as it is copyrighted by Sony corporation .. you\'ll get punished legally if you download it illegally that is if you don\'t own the console and still keep it.

    * The drivers guide site is correct, but your links didn\'t work and searching for PS2 bios will give over 17 pages of results. To get the PS2 bioses: 1. go to www.driversguide.com (the site doesn\'t like Opera, but works on IE) 2. Sign up. 3. Go on \'simple search\'. 4. Search for SCPH10000 (the code name for one of the bioses). 5. Download/ There was only the one (correct) result when I did this, but it should be obvious which one to choose.

    * Here\'s the link for the BIOS. It\'s a 3-pack version. http://members.driverguide.com/driver/d ... rid=345307 (Driver Guide requires free registration then do a basic search type the file your looking for and bam.)

    * You do not really need to sign up for DriverGuide.com, They\'ll only keep your email address on a mailing list and send you the same login and password they send everyone else.

But Pls Note: Downloading PS2 BIOS files can be illegal if you do not own the original console.

 

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