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Well someone in another topic for this same reason said you just plug in the Ethernet cable into your slim ps2 and it should work. Well when I did that it says " No Network Configuration File Found. To create, edit or delete your Network Configuration files please use the network adapter start-up disc." The person also said it was free, but do you have to buy a CD in order to setup the network adapter in the PS2. I don't have a cd for it so any help is appreciated.
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The network adapter is built in to the slim ps2 so you don't have to buy it. Just insert the start-up disk that came with your ps2.
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Ya I don't have the startup disk. [bleep]. Is there a way I can get one.
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A lot of games with online capabilities have the setup software included. Some games include SOCOM, NFL 2K3, and Madden (for a full list: click here).
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your better off not messing with the online ps2 ive got one and either the servers down or it has a hard time connecting with most of the games to me its a waste of time and support isnt very good either . i dont think its my internet connection i have like the 4 meg cable internet and my pcs work great . i messed with the ps2 for quite some time but was very dissapointed with it s online setup...
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Well I have Rogue Agent so I'll pop that in and set it up from there.
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Let us know how it goes :whistling:
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I'm playing COD2 online right now. SWEET
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Nice, good job :whistling:
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Unfortunately Rogue Agent won't go online and I'm really pissed. Right when I click Done for making my account it makes this really annoying sound and it just keeps making this sound.
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I don't know what to tell ya... each PS2 game is responsible for setting up their own online server, so I doubt its the PS2's fault, probably the game's...
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Ya your probabl right an thats what sucks about the PS2 if its broken theres nothing you can really do except get a new one or get it repaired. Unless you know what your doing and your very careful but most people don't. And neither do I. I'm stupid when it comes to the PS2.
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I hate playing the PS2 online. I do play Battlefield 2 modern combat online, its very dissapointing because people crash the servers and they glitch and I am not a happy camper!

But I am addicted to the game LOL :whistling:
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