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Connecting Playstation 2 to my computer

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by bigggj24, Jul 10, 2006.

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  1. bigggj24

    bigggj24 Thread Starter

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    Hi sorry if this is the wrong fourm.
    I have taken pictures of my cars in Gran Turismo 3 and saved them to my memory card but now I would like to upload them to my computer. Is that possible? I know you can hook up a printer to the ps2 and print them off via the usb port on the front. Can you hook up the ps2 to a computer via usb as well? Any info would be appreciated. I don't want to try and just hook them up to eachother yet just in case it messes something up.
    Also I have one of the original ps2's if that matters.
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  2. Blink182

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    it prolly wont mess anything up. Just give it a go eh?
     
  3. pshnfry

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    "Prolly" won't help if it fries the usb hardware on either side?

    Search for a PS2 forum, then search within the forum for specifics (how to's)
     
  4. DoubleHelix

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    At the very least you'd need a USB data transfer cable. A standard one isn't going to work. A memory card reader might work, but I'd wait for a gaming expert to come along.
     
  5. ssabfoeca

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    if you have a usb pen then plug that in and you can save the pics to them, thats what my mate did with his and then we uploaded them to my pc with an ordinary usb pen, worked for us, dont see why it shouldnt work for you (y)
     
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