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PS2 Bios
#1
*I own my own BIOS FILES
I see there are many experts of Computer Science or ICT here.
Just theoratically,
Person A has BIOS of their PS2. 
Their PS2 breaks and they dont have any use for the BIOS,
Is it LEGAL to sell their BIOS? I think its illegal if it was uploaded to a site and then someone downloaded them( im probably wrong ). But what if they
put it in a USB or something and send it? How would that work?

I always have interesting and weird questions. Don't call me out on that one haha.

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#2
oo 40 mins and no one answered.
Real challenge there.
#3
Don't be an ass. We're not around 24/7.


And to answer your question, no it's not legal to sell a BIOS. You have to own the ACTUAL console of which the BIOS originated from. There are no ifs or buts about it.
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#4
(10-03-2017, 05:34 PM)Ryudo Wrote: Don't be an ass. We're not around 24/7.


And to answer your question, no it's not legal to sell a BIOS. You have to own the ACTUAL console of which the BIOS originated from. There are no ifs or buts about it.

I wasn't an ass Sad
I just assumed there wasnt anyone able to answer. Sorry

Anyways thanks. I was just interested because the actual physical copy no longer works and only a software copy exists




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