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I know about the emu's, but where do I get the bios for the pcsx2??? :tazz: ;) ;)

Plaese help I have tried 20 different sites with no luck. :)
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the bios are ilegal if you download them from a site i think u have to use something with a gameshark for the PS2 and somehow get the bios from the PS2 and place it onto your computer using something that comes with the gameshark (normaly u can download codes from the internet with the gameshark and place them onto your PS2 through some kind of memory thing i think its USB and i think thats what u use for the bios) but i'm not sure how check google for that.
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What good luck to find a fresh thread on this topic. I was looking for reviews of this product - http://www.gocybersh...&cat=196&page=1 - and wanted to know if this idea of "unlocking" higher resolutions is totally bogus or what, and whether the product is worth ~ $25US. Any thoughts, anyone?

Until now I've been feeding my PS2's composite video cable into my Compro Gold+ card. I've found no noticable delay as sbaens describes, but then I don't do very heavy gaming on my PS2 (mostly DDR!). The picture quality is kinda poor, but probably no worse than on a TV -- it's just more noticeable.

Mostly I do this because I have only 1 sound system, my Megaworks 5.1, so I started down the (very expensive) path of getting an Audigy 2ZS Platinum... the sound is great now, but if I were to do it again I'd get a Creative DDTS-100 for more flexibility (and the same price if you bought it with a regular Audigy 2ZS).

Anyway, back to video -- TV card is an option, but are any of these adapters any good?
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