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Are their bios versions that work better then others ?
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I've dump two bios from my two PS2's. One is v1.60 and the other is from my newer one v2.30 USA models by the way. Which work the best with PCSX2, I don't mind buying another PS2 there cheap anyway.

Last question so lets say I start a game with with my Bios v1.60 and I decide I want to try my another Bios v2.30 with the same game, are games saves and save states be fine if I do that ? Is there any cons switching bios ? I put a lot of hours in this game and didn't want to mess up anything.

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There's no difference between the two in PCSX2. They will perform identically and savestates will work between the two just fine.
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You can still keep using a single bios file, why dump multiple bios files ?
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He had two PS2s so why not?

I actually have two bios as well, from my current V4 and an old V10. And yes, I do still have the V10. Well the mobo. The important part Ninja
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(06-09-2015, 01:30 AM)Nobbs66 Wrote: There's no difference between the two in PCSX2. They will perform identically and savestates will work between the two just fine.

In game saves safe also right ?
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Yeah, its all safe
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(06-09-2015, 03:10 AM)Blyss Sarania Wrote: He had two PS2s so why not?

Because it's pretty much useless. it's like getting a red toothpaste when he currently has a black colored one. It' just my Opinion on it Tongue2
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#9
IIRC, some bios seem to still apply region locking in full boot even when emulated.
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#10
I think this is one of the idea's of fast boot.... you skip the region block...
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