#1
Okay, I traded in all my memory cards and 2 controllers into EB Games, today, I'm going back trading my PS@ and gettign a 360. But, I couldn't find my power cord so i used my old laptop one. It booted up but when it got to that menu with browser and system configuration, I go to browser (I still had one controller left) but it says NO DATA could this be because I don't ave a memory card orwhat?
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#2
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If it boots up and it fits the socket...

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#5
But I do have a disk in it.
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But I do have a disk in it.
You can play without a memory card, I did when I got my launch console without any accessories other than leads and 1 controller.

Broken disk. Clean it or try another, and just trade it anyway, as long as it turns on they'll take it.
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I tried, NHL 2007, Guitar Hero, and Madden 2004, It doesn't even spin.
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I tried, NHL 2007, Guitar Hero, and Madden 2004, It doesn't even spin.


hmmmmm, you've got a ****ed up playstation dude. but still trade it in anyway
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#10
Could be just underpowering it, or the ps could be damaged? DVD player leads work as far as I know, I use one when i use my ps2 now because i lost the original.
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#11
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Could be just underpowering it, or the ps could be damaged? DVD player leads work as far as I know, I use one when i use my ps2 now because i lost the original.


It should work regardless, I'm powering my guitar amp with another power lead, could be from a kettle.
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Who gives a shit? It's not like they test the consoles they buy.


Last time I traded in stuff (many many many years ago) they take your address 'n' such to prevent scammers.
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Could be just underpowering it, or the ps could be damaged? DVD player leads work as far as I know, I use one when i use my ps2 now because i lost the original.



I reckon this is the problem if it won't even spin
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#19
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If you trade a PS2 for a 360 you're a retard.




There are loads of great games on the 360.

Sure, even more so on the PS2, but if he's played all games he's gonna play on it, might as well trade it in.

And I thought this topic was about a PS2 power chord. I was disappointed.
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#20
The PS2 has an internal PSU, the cord you use to go from the PSU to the wall socket shouldn't matter, it's highly unlikely that the cord has such a high resistance rating as to underpower the drive. It's far more likely that it's simply buggered.
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The PS2 has an internal PSU, the cord you use to go from the PSU to the wall socket shouldn't matter, it's highly unlikely that the cord has such a high resistance rating as to underpower the drive. It's far more likely that it's simply buggered.

I don't know about the PS2 power connector, but is it dependant on Positive and Negative like other power connectors?

I figure if it was it would have fused out though?
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