System Info is a video game for PlayStation 2 developed by Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc. and published by Sony Computer Entertainment America on October 26, 2000. It's rated Everyone by the ESRB and 10 of our users have voted it 4.1 out of 5 stars.
Our newest cheats for System Info were added November 27, 2003. We also have the game available on PlayStation, Nintendo64, Dreamcast, Xbox, Game Boy, Game Boy Advance, GameCube, N-Gage, Nintendo DS, PSP, Xbox 360, in addition to PS2.
Insert a DVD. When the movie starts, press Select to go to the menu. Find the "Setup" icon and select it. When in the setup menu, press Right(2) to get to the custom setup. Go down to "Parental Control" and press Right to go to "Region", then go down to go to "Level". You can now turn the parental control on or off, and/or change the password.
Press Start when prompted to enter the code. Once you get to where you enter the numbers, press Start and you will be asked if you want to delete it. You can also enter another code instead of deleting it. The master code is 7444. Enter it, and at the last "4", press Select at the same time. Do this again, and you will eventually get the option to delete the lock. Enter 7444 again to delete the code.
While playing most games, press Start + Select + R1 + R2 + L1 + L2 to return to the game's main menu.
Note: This trick requires an original non-analog PlayStation controller and a PlayStation 2 console with the launch version DVD utility software and memory card package. Plug the controller into port one. Place a DVD disc in the system and hold Up until the DVD player menu appears. Release Up, and select the play icon.
This trick can be done with certain PlayStation2 games. Go into the Browser screen and select the memory card. Then, choose a game and select "Delete"; but do not delete the saved game. The character should do a different action then when you first entered the memory card screen. For example, with an Onimusha save game, choose that save and select "Delete" when prompted. The system should ask you to confirm the deletion, but at the same time the character should be doing a different action than the first time.
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Instead pressing Restart to start the PlayStation2, press Eject. It should go through the flying in introduction a lot faster than normal. Note: You need to do this immediately after you turn on the main power from the back.
If you read the owners manual, you may have picked-up that you can rotate the PS logo on the CD tray (the thing that you put the game in)the logo will be standing righht-side-up weather you have your Playstation 2 standing vertical or horizontal.
Note: This trick requires a PlayStation and PlayStation 2 memory card. Insert the PlayStation memory card into Slot 1 of the PlayStation 2 and the PlayStation 2 memory card into Slot 2. Turn the PlayStation 2 on without any game inserted. At the main menu, select "Browser", then select the PlayStation memory card in Slot 1. Select the "Copy" option to transfer all saved game files from the PlayStation memory onto the PlayStation 2 memory card. When you want to transfer the saved game files back, just reverse the process. Note: You cannot load the PlayStation saved game files from the PlayStation 2 memory card, as this trick only works for backing up PlayStation saved game files onto a PlayStation 2 memory card.
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