Can you transfer data from PC to ps2 using a usb cable?
There is a Device which has a PS2 memory card slot with a USB and it can be attached to PC to transfer your PS2 memory data to PC.
PS2: AV cable power cable controller PS3: AV cable Power cable PS2 Has more cords
it goes into the ethernet cable input in the back of your PS2 and into the modem or rouuter
You don't the PS2 can not connect from USB data card
Connect it to the internet with a ethernet cable from the PS2 to your router to your cable modem and then put a game disc that has on line play into the PS2
You will need a game for the ps2 which is compatible online, and a ethernet cable PS2 is not wirless
The new ones do not have a phone cable cord it is an ethernet cable and the plug is large than a phone cable jack and only looks similar. PS2 added the ethernet when the new model PS2 slim was released
PS2 is the input format for the mouse, optical refers to the 'laser mouse' method of mouse movement. PS2 is an old format which is not supported by many newer computers, as companies favor the USB input format since it allows for faster data transfer.
You have a internet connection in your house for cable or DSL and a router. You Purchase an ethernet cable and plug it into the back of the router and into the port for the ethernet cable in the back of the PS2
'NO! PS2 games are not for computers OR there Flash Drives!!!' - Kept for the idiocy. Of course. You can save the data on a flash drive without using it, or you can download a PS2 emulator and play the image files on a PC.
you can connect it with many different ways. The easiest one is to have a wifi connection and to connect a laptop with a ps2 via a Ethernet cable. for more info go onto youtube and type in how to connect a ps2 to wifi using a laptop. Hope this helps.
The PS3 a/v cable works on the PS3 console and has nothing to do with PS2 games. The a/v cable for the PS3 also has nothing to do with whether the PS3 will play PS2 games. Only 4 USB port PS3 claimed to be able to play PS2 games
You need an ethernet cable
no you can not
You can but as long as their playstations and not PS2 or PS3. The original playstation had a connection in the back that allowed you to connect two playstation together using a special cable. I believe you can also do it on the PS2 but I'm not 100% sure.
Use router and ethernet cable for a cable or DSL modem
PS2 uses a TV to connect not a monitor
need a TV with A/V input spots and you connect them to the PS2 with the cable
If you already have a cable or DSL internet service provider (ISP) and a modem you will need to purchase a router and an ethernet cable. The cable runs from the router to the PS2 and provides access to the internet once connected
No, the memory card adapter allows you to transfer PSone and PS2 memory card save data to the PS3 hard drive for use with the older games. However, the PS3 must still have backwards compatibility with PS2 games in order to play them. All new PS3s do not have backward compatibility for PS2 games.
Yes for the PS2 for the PS3 you can have WiFi or an ethernet cable
No. The graphics chipset on a PS2 is integrated into the motherboard and is not a separate component. It can not be removed from the PS2.
The A/V cable
No you can not. You can not make a PS3 play a PS2 game if it was not already backward compatibly
PS2 AC cable (to supply electricity to the PS2) AV cable (to connect PS2 to TV for video and audio) PS2 controller PS2 memory card (all PS2 games require a Memory card to save) Kingdom Hearts CD game TV speakers yourself and good platforming skills.
yes, but you need an ethernet cable from a modem to the ps2 then set it up on a game that's has net play
There are many different ways the term "connect" can be viewed when speaking about "connecting" a PS2 to your computer. Factually and speaking from experience, I can state these things. * You can connect a PS2's visual output to your computer with the aid of a TV Tuner card, or similar piece of hardware, which is not included with your average or even above average stock computer sold on the open market. * You cannot… Read More
With an ethernet cable from your router or modem
you will need a internet wire cable to play online.After you have the wire,you put it at the back of your ps2,where it fits.
Get internet DSL or cable service purchase a router and connect the ethernet cable
No find and use a PS3 A/V cable there are many unused around as many people used a HDMI cable instead of the cable that came with the PS3
If your asking about ps2 games than yes. the old ps3's can right away, some of the new one's you might have to download the ps2 system data which is free on playstation network. You can build and internal memory card to save your ps2 data on. I do it all the time.
If you mean how do you get a TV show on your TV after you turn off your PS2 you must turn your TV to cable or Ant
Yes, you will need to connect your Ethernet cable to your router in order to get online. The Ps2 does not have wireless built in. If you want your Ps2 to go wireless you will need whats called a Wireless Ethernet Bridge. Or a wireless adapter that is compatible for your Ps2.
Just buy any Cat 5 or Cat 6 ethernet cable. The only concern you should have is about which length you purchase. It needs to be long enough to connect from the back of your PS2 to the Modem or router
You need to have an Ethernet Cable plugged in from your PS2 to your Modem,Router,or WiFi Laptop. Then you just put in a game, click online,create an account, and play.
If you PS2 does do that then you'll have to check if there is a CD inside it. If not then put one. I don't know what I can help you with, other then that.
it allows you to play ps2 game s on a non backwards compatible ps3
The ones that have 4 USB ports, if your PS3 has only two places to plug in your controller cable it does not play PS2 games
Yes. They are compatible with a PlayStation 2 console, However they are lesser quality then an original AV Cable with PS2.
insert two memory cards into your PlayStation 2 and then make sure there's no disc inside then turn your PlayStation on. then choose browser and you will have two memory cards pictures. Choose the one you want to move data from, then find the saved data and press x then on one of the options it should say transfer then choose transfer and bingo you've got it on the other memory card
Yes you do, you need a internet(ethernet cable).
No it can connect with a ethernet cable to your modem or router
If the ps3 has backwards compatibility. The only ps3 system that will play a ps2 disk. (not a burned or copied disk) The 20gb and 60gb and 80gb will work. The ps2 system data is a download off of the play station store. This download won't work on the ps3 slim. I download the ps2 system data file off of the play station store. Then after I download the ps2 system data folder. I putted… Read More
PS2 is a console for playing games and some PC can use the PCSX2 emulator and there skillful computer knowledge to complete PS2 game title downloaded files using there PS2 bios that they also downloaded from a PS2. It is much harder to do and not really worth the effort to most than just using a PS2
create a file in the ps3 harddrive
you get a psp then you if you have a ps2 copying your data off your ps2 on to your psp then it will say you just unlock him
Well u should have a usb cable tha plugs into the psp and then has another usb that goes inot the computer and also the ps2
u need a usb cable and plug your comp. and ps2 go to my computer the icon and bang u can hack
Ethercable which goes for just about everything that needs a wired connection for the internet. You connect the cable to the ps2 and a modem(whcih you should have if you have internet). -