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Games PS2 Gameshark 2Datel DUS0051-I Playstation 2 Action Replay Max
Get the latest batch of thousands of cheats, codes, and saved information for Playstation 2 games! The Action Replay Max gives you so many options to enjoy your favorite games. You even get access to all future codes that you can download either directly to your PS2 or via a PC to be transfered with a USB flash drive! Its simple and tons of fun!

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Brand: DATEL ELECTRONICS
Part Numbers: DUS0051-I, DUS0051I
UPC: 850006000517

 

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zrelok981 9:43pm on Wednesday, October 13th, 2010 
Worst controller EVER!! I ordered this controller and within a week the left analouge stick started to go left without me doing anything. Great Gaming This item is fantastic! I had to use use an old PS1 controller.
magnusprime 5:18am on Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010 
Be careful and do research on these NFL controllers. They may not work the type of PS2 console that you have.
Gary- 11:23pm on Tuesday, September 21st, 2010 
tons of fun and a great workout I love love love pump it up. I got into the dancing game thing a few years ago, when I was 23 already.
lian_weixiong 12:35pm on Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010 
Exelente This game is perfect. Excellent Controller The good: The Sony DualShock 2 Analog Controller is extremely responsive. Cheap. This controler is cheap and i would not of bought it if i knew it was so cheap. It is good for ten dollars but i should of known.

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5. If the game you have inserted has Auto Cheat Mode cheats available, you be taken to the Auto Cheat Mode screen. 6. If the game disc you have inserted does not have Auto Cheat Mode cheats available, you will be asked to re-insert the GameShark2 disc and check the games list in Expert Cheat Mode instead (see section (5) EXPERT CHEAT MODE) DISC RECOGNITION PLEASE NOTE: GameShark2 will recognize PS2 games that have cheats available for them. GameShark2 will also be able to recognize the discs of all new games for codes that have been added either manually in Expert Cheat Mode, via a Broadband code update, or a code update using SharkPort. If your Game is not recognized, double-check for your game title in Expert Cheat Mode. The Auto Cheat Mode screen looks like this: Controls for Browsing Cheats in Auto Cheat Mode LEFT & RIGHT Browse Cheat Categories UP & DOWN Scroll up & down individual Cheats in current Cheat Category CROSS Activate or Deactivate Cheats TRIANGLE Exit Auto Cheat Mode and return to Main Menu. START Start Game
b) Cheat Category Icons All the cheats in Auto Cheat Mode are organized into different Cheat Categories, which are represented using a 3D icon. Some examples of these Cheat Category icons can be seen below:
c) Game Difficulty Meter As you select the different cheats in Auto Cheat Mode, you will also notice that each cheat has a different Game Difficulty level assigned to it. The Game Difficulty Meter will change to show you the overall effect they will have on your game. If the cheat makes the game much easier (such as Infinite Health) then 3 downward green arrows will appear. If the cheat makes the game more difficult then 3 upward arrows will appear to represent the difficulty level being increased. (See diagrams at left) d) Activating Cheats in Auto Cheat Mode To select various Cheats for the game you wish to play, follow the steps below: 1. Use LEFT & RIGHT on the D-PAD to browse the different Cheat Categories and use UP & DOWN to browse the available cheats within each category. 2. Once you have found a cheat that you want to activate, press CROSS to activate while you have the cheat highlighted. If you want to de-activate it, simply press CROSS again. (Activated Cheats will flash) 3. Please note that you can only activate 1 cheat in some categories. For example you cannot activate an Infinite Health cheat and a 50% Health cheat at the same time. 4. Repeat steps 1-3 to select all the cheats you want to activate. 5. Once all desired cheats have been selected and want to start your game, press the START button on your controller.

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PLEASE NOTE The cheats available in Auto Cheat Mode are the most popular cheats available for a particular game. If you want to see the complete list of cheats available for your game, then search for your game in Expert Cheat Mode (see section 5, Expert Cheat Mode) The cheats available in Auto Cheat Mode are designed for the original versions of games. If the version of your game is a re-release such as a Greatest Hits or Double Pack, please go to section 5 Expert Cheat Mode and search for the specific version of your game. Example: there are three versions of GTA: Vice City including Original Version, Double Pack, and Double Pack (v1.1) 5) EXPERT CHEAT MODE Expert Cheat Mode gives you access to every cheat available for your games, and allows you to edit, add or delete cheats. a) Accessing Expert Cheat Mode Use UP & DOWN on the D-PAD of your controller to highlight the Expert Cheat Mode option from the Main Menu and press CROSS You will now be taken to the All Games screen in Expert Cheat Mode, which looks like this:
Controls for Browsing Games, Cheats and Codes in Expert Cheat Mode
UP & DOWN Scroll up & down by one in the list (holding the button down will scroll the list) L1 & R1 Skips up or down alphabetically in the Game list (A-Z) L2 Page up to top of list R2 Page down to bottom of list RIGHT While highlighting a Game Name will open the Cheats List for that game RIGHT While highlighting a Cheat Description will open the Code List for that Cheat (Only user-entered Codes are visible) LEFT or TRIANGLE Will take you back one level when viewing the various lists. Pressing TRIANGLE while viewing the Games List will take you back to the Main Menu. CROSS Activate or Deactivate Game/Cheats CIRCLE Access Options Menu START Start Game The List type (Game, Cheats, Codes) is always displayed at top of expanded lists. b) Activating Cheats in Expert Cheat Mode Every game has its own individual list of cheats, which will only work with that particular game. To select various Cheat Codes for the game you wish to play, follow the steps below: 1. On the All Games screen, use UP & DOWN on the D-Pad to highlight the game that you wish to activate individual cheats for. You can also use the shoulder buttons L1 and R1 on your controller to scroll up and down through the list alphabetically. 2. To view the cheats for the highlighted game, simply press RIGHT and you will now see all the cheats available for that game. 3. Press UP & DOWN on the D-Pad to scroll through the cheats and press CROSS to activate/ de-activate a highlighted cheat. If a cheat is activated it will flash. 4. Once you have activated all the cheats you want enabled, press the START button and follow the onscreen prompts. PLEASE NOTE Some games may behave in an unusual manner when Cheat Codes are activated. This is due to the Cheat Code changing values in the games memory, and causing it to do things that it does not normally do. Sometimes if several codes are selected, they may cause conflict in the game. There is no way to avoid this. If you experience problems during game play, reboot GameShark2 and try playing again with fewer codes selected. Also try using different combinations of codes or just one code at a time.

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IMPORTANT NOTE All games require a Must Be On [M]. The Must Be On [M] will automatically activate (and flash) when you select any cheats for a game. ACTIVATING USER ENTERED CHEATS If you are entering official cheat codes for the GameShark2 from our website, the validity of the codes will be automatically checked when activated. If the codes you have entered are not valid you will be prompted to check that you have entered them correctly. Codes created for previous versions of GameShark will not be checked and we cannot guarantee compatibility with your games. c) Adding New Games in Expert Cheat Mode One of the ways you can add new games and codes is by using your Game Controller or USB Keyboard and manually entering codes found on www.gameshark.com. PLEASE NOTE You can only save newly added games, cheats, codes and changes you have made if you have a PS2 memory card inserted in memory card slot 1. To add a new Game, follow the steps below: 1. When on the All Games screen, press the CIRCLE button and an Options menu will appear. 2. Use the D-PAD on your Game Controller to highlight the Add option and press CROSS. You will now be taken to a virtual keyboard screen. 3. Use L1 & R1 to move the cursor left and right on the New Game title at the top of the screen. 4. Use the D-PAD to navigate the virtual keyboard onscreen. 5. Press the CROSS button to enter the character you have highlighted on the virtual keyboard. 6. Use the D-PAD to highlight the delete button , and press CROSS to delete any characters you dont require. 7. To change between upper and lower case characters and to access other symbols, highlight the shift button on the virtual keyboard and press CROSS. You can now use capital letters. Select the shift button again and the virtual keyboard will display a selection of enterable special characters. 8. Once you have entered your game name highlight the Enter symbol on the virtual keyboard and press the CROSS button on your controller. 9. The new game name will now appear in the All Games list. d) Adding New Cheat Descriptions in Expert Cheat Mode You can add new Cheat Descriptions to any game on your GameShark both pre-loaded and user added. To enter a new Cheat Description, follow the steps below: 1. When on the All Games screen, use UP & DOWN on the D-PAD to highlight the game you want to add cheats to and press RIGHT on the D-PAD to take you to the Cheats listing for that game. If you have just added the game (as described in section 5c, Adding New Games in Expert Cheat Mode) then there will be no cheats shown, simply continue with the steps below. 2. When on the Cheats screen, press the CIRCLE button and an Options menu will appear. 3. Use the D-PAD on your Game Controller to highlight the Add option and press CROSS. You will now be taken to a virtual keyboard screen. 4. Use L1 & R1 to move the cursor left and right on the Cheat Description title at the top of the screen. 5. Use the D-PAD to navigate the virtual keyboard onscreen. 6. Press the CROSS button to enter the character you have highlighted on the virtual keyboard. 7. Use the D-PAD to highlight the delete button and press CROSS to delete any characters you dont require. 8. To change between upper and lower case characters and to access other symbols, highlight the shift button on the virtual keyboard and press CROSS. You can now use capital letters. Select the shift button again and the virtual keyboard will display a selection of enterable special characters. 9. You should enter a Cheat Description that reflects what the Cheat Code does, for example "Infinite Lives", Infinite Health", "Unlock All Weapons", etc.

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10. Once you have entered your game name highlight the Enter symbol on the virtual keyboard and press the CROSS button on your controller. 11. The new Cheat Description will now appear in the Cheats listing of your game. e) Adding Cheat Codes to Cheat Descriptions in Expert Cheat Mode The Cheat Code is the most important part of the cheating process. Please ensure you enter the Cheat Code (s) correctly or the cheat may not work. You cannot view or add codes to pre-loaded Cheat Descriptions on GameShark2. To add new Cheat Codes to a Cheat Description, follow the steps below: 1. When on the All Games screen use the D-PAD to highlight the game you want to add Cheat Codes to. Press RIGHT on the D-PAD to take you to the Cheats listing for that game. 2. When on the Cheats screen, highlight the Cheat Description you want to add a Cheat Code to and press RIGHT on the D-PAD. 3. Press the CIRCLE button and an Options menu will appear. 4. Use the D-PAD on your Game Controller to highlight the Add option and press CROSS. You will now be taken to a virtual keyboard screen. 5. Use L1 & R1 to move the cursor left and right along the Cheat Code title at the top of the screen. 6. Use the D-PAD to navigate the virtual keyboard onscreen. 7. Press the CROSS button to enter the character you have highlighted on the virtual keyboard. 8. Use the D-PAD to highlight the delete button to delete any characters you dont require. 9. Once you have entered the Cheat Code, highlight the Enter symbol and press the CROSS button on your controller. 10. The Cheat Code you have added will be added to the Cheat Description. If the Cheat Code consists of more than 1 line, simply repeat steps 3-9 above to add other lines. f) Editing an Existing Game Name Please note you can only edit Game Names that you have added yourself, you cannot edit the Game Names that come pre-loaded on the GameShark2. To edit an existing Game Name, simply follow the steps below: 1. On the All Games screen, use UP & DOWN on the D-PAD to highlight the Game Name you want to edit. 2. Press the CIRCLE button to bring up the Options menu. Then use the D-PAD to highlight the Edit option and press the CROSS button and you will be taken to a virtual keyboard. 3. Use the virtual keyboard to edit the Game Name. 4. Once you have edited your Game name, highlight the Enter symbol and press CROSS on your controller. 5. The game name will now be updated in the All Games list. g) Editing an Existing Cheat Description Please note you can only edit Cheat Descriptions that you have added yourself, you cannot edit the Cheat Descriptions that come pre-loaded on the GameShark2. To edit an existing Cheat Description, follow the steps below: 1. On the All Games screen, use UP & DOWN on the D-PAD to highlight the Game Name that contains the Cheat Description you want to edit, and press RIGHT to display the Cheat Descriptions for that game. 2. Use UP & DOWN on the D-Pad to highlight the Cheat Description you want to edit. 3. Press the CIRCLE button to bring up the Options menu. Then use the D-PAD to highlight the Edit option and press the CROSS button and you will be taken to a virtual keyboard. 4. Use the virtual keyboard to edit the Cheat Description. 5. Once you have edited your Cheat Description, highlight the Enter symbol and press the CROSS button on your controller. 6. The Cheat Description will now be updated in the Cheats listing for your game. h) Editing an Existing Cheat Code Please note you can only edit Cheat Codes that you have added yourself, you cannot view or edit the Cheat Codes that come pre-loaded on the GameShark2.

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To edit an existing Cheat Code, simply follow the steps below: 1. On the All Games screen, use UP & DOWN on the D-PAD to highlight the Game that contains the Cheat Code you want to edit, and press RIGHT 2. Use UP & DOWN on the D-PAD to highlight the Cheat Description that contains the Cheat Code you want to edit and press RIGHT 3. Use UP & DOWN on the D-PAD to highlight the Cheat Code line you want to edit. 4. Press the CIRCLE button to bring up the Options menu. Then use the D-PAD to highlight the Edit option and press the CROSS button and you will be taken to a virtual keyboard. 5. Use the virtual keyboard to edit the Cheat Code. 6. Once you have edited your Cheat Code, highlight the Enter symbol and press CROSS on your controller. 7. The Cheat Code will now be updated for your game. i) Deleting a Game Name, Cheat Description or Cheat Code You can only delete a Game Name, Cheat Description or Cheat Code that you have added yourself. The Game Name, Cheat Descriptions or Cheat Codes that come pre-loaded on GameShark Game Codes cannot be deleted. To delete a Game Name, Cheat Description or Cheat Code, follow the steps below. 1. Use the D-PAD to navigate and highlight the Game Name, Cheat Description or Cheat Code you wish to delete. 2. Press the CIRCLE button to bring up the Options menu. Highlight the Delete option and press CROSS. You will be asked to confirm this action. j) Using cheats saved on your USB Pen Drive If you have downloaded some cheats to your USB pen drive from www.gameshark.com you can use them in your GameShark 2, and add them to your existing code list. Follow the steps below: 1. While on the GameShark main menu, insert your pen drive into one of the USB slots on your PS2. 2. A message will appear asking Do you want to merge cheats? Yes/no 3. Select yes to add the cheats from your pen drive to your main code list stored on your PS2 Memory Card. 4. The cheats from your pen drive will now be added to your code list. 5. Once the merge has been successful, you will be notified. 6. Now check out the new games from your Pen drive in Expert Mode. PLEASE NOTE If you delete a Game Name, you will also lose all the Cheat Descriptions and Cheat Codes associated with it. If you delete a Cheat Description, you will also lose all Cheat Codes associated with it. IMPORTANT NOTE After entering or editing new cheats, always save your cheats to Memory Card when asked or you will lose any changes you have made. Once you have saved your changes, then you can activate them and start your game. 6) MEMORY MANAGER AND GAMESAVES GameShark2 contains the fantastic Memory Manager utility that gives you extensive functions to manage your files. These functions are Copy, Zip, Unzip, Delete and Format. You can use the Memory Manager on PS2 Memory Cards in either slot, or compatible USB devices in either USB slot. GameShark2 also gives you access to over 1000 Game saves that let you Unlock Levels, Access new Characters and much more! These Game Saves are stored on the disc, and can be copied to your Memory Card. a) Accessing Memory Manager and Gamesaves Use UP & DOWN on your game controller to highlight Memory Manager & Gamesaves from the Main Menu and press the CROSS button. When entering Memory Manager & Gamesaves you will be asked if you want to access the

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pre-loaded game saves on the CD. If you want access the pre-loaded Game Saves, select the YES option and wait for the saves to load off of the CD. If you do not want to access the Game Saves from the CD and just want to use the main Memory Manger functions, select the NO option. This will prevent having to wait for the Game Saves to load off the CD and the Memory Manager will load straight away. Do this if you only want to manage the data on your inserted storage Device(s). You can always go back to the Main Menu and select Memory Manager & Gamesaves again to access the pre-loaded saves at anytime. The Memory Manager screen looks like this: If you chose to load the Game Saves from the CD, you will see all the available saves in the Source panel on the left. A save description of the currently highlighted file will be displayed in the Description box below. Memory Manager Screen Controls L2 Change from Target to Source/ Cycle through Source devices R2 Change from Source to Target/ Cycle through Target devices UP Move up one file DOWN Move down one file L1 Scroll up alphabetically (Gamesaves on CD) R1 Scroll down alphabetically (Gamesaves on CD) CROSS Select file CIRCLE Bring up Options menu TRIANGLE Go back to Main Menu LEFT Collapse Folder RIGHT Expand Folder (Folders are YELLOW in color)
b) Source and Target Panels The Memory Manager & Gamesaves interface is split into 2 different panels, with the Source Panel on the left and the Target Panel on the right. When either panel is activated you can press the CIRCLE button on your controller to bring up the Options menu. The options available to you are as follows: Copy To Target (Only selectable when Source panel is highlighted) Copies the selected file(s) from the Source device to the Target device Select All Selects all files on the device, use this option if you wish to copy or delete the entire contents of your device. Deselect All Deselects all selected files on the device Zip/Unzip Save (PS2 files only) Zips (compresses) selected PS2 save files (uncompressed) so that they are smaller in size. Also Unzips (de-compresses) already com pressed files. Delete Save/File Delete selected file(s) Format Memory Card (PS2 Memory Cards only) Formats the source PS2 Memory Card. All data will be lost. Cancel Closes the Options menu. IMPORTANT NOTE Any storage devices (PS2 memory cards or USB devices) that are connected to your PS2 while on the Memory Manager screen will be automatically detected and the screen will freeze momentarily. Do not worry about this; it will only take a few seconds while your new devices are detected before returning back to normal. Do not remove your PS2 Memory Cards or any USB storage devices while the Memory Manager is carrying out any operations otherwise you may corrupt your data.

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QUICK TIP You can select more than one file at a time to perform most of the functions previously mentioned, by simply highlighting a file a pressing CROSS on your controller to select or deselect files. The number of files you have currently selected will be shown at the bottom of each panel. PLEASE NOTE GameShark2 currently only supports the read-only function with USB Mass Storage Devices, so you cannot delete or copy files to any USB devices, however you can only, load or copy files from them. This means you can never select your USB device as a Target device. c) Accessing the Game Saves From CD After selecting Memory Manager & Gamesaves option from the Main Menu, chose Yes to read the Game Saves from CD and please wait while they are being loaded. Once loaded, the pre-loaded Game Saves will be available as a device in the left Source Panel. With the CD Game Saves selected in the Source panel, you will see a list of Game Names with saves available as shown below: NOTE If the Game Saves are not already selected in the Source panel, simply press L2 on your controller or the HOME key on your USB keyboard to activate and select the game saves as a device in the Source panel. To use the pre-loaded Game Saves from the CD you must copy them to your PS2 Memory Card. Follow the steps below to do this: 1. Make sure you have the PS2 Memory Card you want to copy saves to selected in the Target panel. Do this by pressing R2 to activate the Target panel, and then press R2 again to cycle through any storage devices you may have connected until the desired device appears. 2. Once you have selected the device you want to copy the save to, press L2 to activate the Source panel. 3. Use UP & DOWN on the D-PAD to scroll through the list of game names and highlight the game you want saves for. You can also use L1 & R1 to skip through the games alphabetically. 4. Press RIGHT while your chosen game is highlighted to show all the saves available for that game. Press LEFT to close the saves list and return to the list of game names. 5. Use the UP & DOWN on the D-PAD to scroll through the saves available for your game. You can read the save description in the Description box. Once you have found a save you want to copy to your PS2 Memory Card, press CROSS to select it. The save will now flash. 6. Now press the CIRCLE button and an Options menu will appear. 7. Use the D-Pad to select the Copy to Target option and press CROSS to copy your selected save to the Memory Card that is highlighted in the Target panel. Please wait while the game save is copied to your Memory Card. IMPORTANT NOTE Although you can select more than one game save at a time to copy to your PS2 memory card, we advise that you only transfer one at a time. Some games will not allow for multiple game saves of the same game to be stored on a single memory card, so you may have to store multiple saves for certain games on separate memory cards. QUICK TIP Another way of storing more than one save per game on your memory card is to zip your existing saves for your particular game, then download your new save. This will allow you to have multiple saves for the same game on your memory card. d) Copying Files From One Device to Another You can only copy files from the Source panel to the Target panel i.e.- from left to right.So the file you are copying must be in the Source Panel.

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To copy files from one device to another, follow the steps below: 1. Use L2 & R2 on your controller to switch between the Source and Target panel. 2. Activate the Target Panel and press R2 on your controller to cycle through any storage devices connected to your PS2 until you get to the device you want to copy to. 3. Activate the Source Panel and press L2 on your controller to cycle through the storage devices connected to your PS2 until you get to the device you want to copy files from. 4. Once you have your Source and Target devices set up correctly, use the D-PAD on your controller to highlight the file on the Source panel that you want to copy. 5. Press CROSS on your controller to select/de-select highlighted files. If you want to copy the entire contents of the Source device to the Target device, bring up the Options menu by pressing CIRCLE on your controller, and choose the Select All option. 6. When you are happy with the files you have selected, press CIRCLE on your controller to bring up the Options menu and choose the Copy to Target option. Please wait while the files you have selected in the Source panel are being copied to the Target device. PLEASE NOTE GameShark2 currently only supports the read-only function with USB Mass Storage Devices, so you cannot delete or copy files to any USB devices, however you can only view, load or copy files from them. This means you can only never select your USB device as a Target device. IMPORTANT NOTE GameShark2 is not compatible with files with a file name over 267 characters (includes file extension) in length stored on USB storage devices. It is not advised to copy large non-PS2 files such as MP3 music or MPEG movie files onto your PS2 memory cards as you may experience problems. e) Zipping PS2 Game Saves (PS2 Memory Cards Only) Zipping is a powerful and incredibly useful feature that compresses game saves on any PlayStation2 memory device, increasing its storage capacity! It works with all PlayStation2 compatible memory cards. You can access the Zip function in either the Source or Target panels. Follow the steps below to Zip a file: 1. Make sure you have your PS2 memory card selected in the Target or Source panel. 2. Scroll through the PS2 Game Saves stored on your PS2 memory card and highlight the game save you want to Zip (compress). 3. Press CROSS on your controller to select/de-select highlighted game save(s). Selected game save(s) will flash. 4. Bring up the Options menu using CIRCLE on your controller and select the Zip/ Unzip Save option and press CROSS on your controller. Wait as your selected game save(s) are being Zipped. Once your save(s) have been zipped, the Free Space gauge will change to reflect the increased storage capacity of your PS2 memory card. PLEASE NOTE The Zip function is designed for PS2 game saves only, we do not advise you use the zip function on other types of files. Due to the memory allocation available on the PS2, some large game saves cannot be zipped. If this is the case you will be prompted. Your original save will not be affected. f) Unzipping PS2 Game Saves To use a zipped game save you will need to unzip it first. You cannot load a compressed or Zipped game save into a game. Once you have unzipped your game save, it can then be used as normal.The process for unzipping a game save is exactly the same as "Zipping a game save" as detailed above. 1. Make sure you have your PS2 memory card selected in the Target or Source panel. 2. Scroll through the PS2 Game Saves stored on your PS2 memory card and highlight the save you want to Unzip (uncompress). 3. Press CROSS on your controller to select/deselect highlighted game save(s). Selected game save(s) will flash. 4. Bring up the Options menu using CIRCLE on your controller and select the Zip/ Unzip

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Save option and press CROSS on your controller. Wait as your selected game save(s) are unzipped. g) Deleting Files With the Memory Manager, you can delete any file from your PS2 Memory Cards in either the Source or Target position. Follow the steps below to delete file(s) off your PS2 memory cards: 1. Make sure you have your PS2 memory card selected in the Target or Source panel. 2. Scroll through and highlight the file on your Memory Card you want to delete. 3. Press CROSS on your controller to select/deselect file(s). Selected file(s) will flash. 4. If you want to select the entire contents of the Memory Card, bring up the options menu by pressing CIRCLE on your controller and choose Select All. All the files will now flash. 5. Bring up the Options menu using CIRCLE on your controller, select the Delete Save/File option and press CROSS on your controller. 6. You will be asked to confirm the delete action. Select Yes if you want to delete all the selected (flashing) files. 7. Select No if you dont want to delete your files. This will take you back to the Memory Manager screen. h) Formatting your Memory Card When you format your memory card, all the data that is stored on the memory card will be lost forever. Please use the Format feature with caution! You can only format a Memory Card that is inserted in slot 1 on your console. Follow the steps below to Format your memory card: 1. Insert the PS2 Memory Card you wish to format into slot 1 of your console. 2. Activate the Source or Target panel by pressing L2 or R2 on your controller. 3. Press L2 or R2 again on your controller to select the Memory Card inserted in slot 1 of your console. 4. Press CIRCLE on your controller to bring up the Options menu, select the Format Memory Card option and press CROSS on your controller. 5. You will be asked to confirm the format action. Select Yes if you wish to Format the Memory Card in slot 1. Please wait while your Memory Card is being formatted. 6. Select No if you do not wish the Format the Memory Card in slot 1. i) Connecting your PSP to your PS2 You can connect your PSP console to your PS2 and copy files to and from your PSP Memory Stick. To do this; follow the steps below: 1. Using a USB cable, connect your PSP console to one of the USB slots on the PS2. 2. Put the PSP in USB connection mode (as if you were connecting to a PC). 3. Now enter the Memory Manager option on your PS2 GameShark using the PS2 controller. 4. By following the steps in section 6 d) above, you will be able to see your PSP memory stick in either the source or target panel. 5. Simply copy saves or files to/from the PSP as you would any other file, described in section 6 d) above. 7) ONLINE UPDATES The Online Updates section of the GameShark2 allows you to connect to the Internet via your PS2 Network Adaptor to download the latest Cheats, Game Saves and Updates to your GameShark. To access the Online Updates section, use the UP & DOWN on your controller to highlight the Online Updates option from the Main Menu. Select it by pressing CROSS on your controller. You will now be taken to the Online Updates menu screen, which looks like this: The menu options available on the Online Updates screen are as follows: Download Cheats This option will allow you download the latest PS2 GameShark cheats to your PS2 memory card. Download Saves This option will allow you to search and download all the latest PS2 gamsaves to your Memory Card(s).

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b) Download Saves This option allows you to download all the latest game saves for your games from our servers. A PS2 memory card must be inserted into your PS2 to download and store any games saves. Make sure you have entered the required details to enable your Internet connection to our servers (See sections 8d & 8e - Network Settings) Select the Download Saves option for the Online Updates menu and you will now see the following connection screen: Please wait while you are logged into our servers. Once logged-in, you will be presented with the Game Saves browser which looks like this:
Use UP & DOWN on your controller to highlight the save you wish to download. Press the CROSS button on your controller to download the currently highlighted game save. Please wait while your selected Game Save is downloaded and saved to your PS2 memory card. When the download is complete you will see the Done message next to the Logout field. IMPORTANT NOTE Some games will not allow for multiple game saves of the same game to be stored on a single memory card, so if you want to download several saves for the same game you may have to use separate memory cards. QUICK TIP Another way of storing more than one save per game on your memory card is to use the Memory Manager to zip your existing saves for your particular game and download your new save. This will allow you to have multiple saves for the same game on your memory card. c) GameShark Updates This option will search for any new GameShark software updates and upgrades available for your GameShark2. A PS2 memory card must be inserted into your PS2 to download and store any GameShark Updates. Make sure you have entered the required details to enable your Internet connection to our servers (See sections 7d & 7e - Network Settings) Select the Download Saves option for the Online Updates menu and you will now see the following connection screen: Please wait while you are logged into our servers. Once logged in, GameShark2 will automatically determine if there are any software updates available for your version of the software and list any available updates in the GameShark Updates browser which looks like this:

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To download an update from the list, simple use UP & DOWN on your controller to highlight the update you wish to download. Press the CROSS button on your controller to download the update. When the download is complete you will see the Done message next to the Logout field. You will now have to re-boot your PS2 for the newly downloaded update to take effect. Do not remove the memory card that contains the newly downloaded update from your PS2 when re-booting. You must always have the memory card that contains the downloaded update inserted in your PS2 when booting your GameShark. d) Network Settings - User Account Before you can download Cheats, Saves or new Updates, you must enter your account details in the User Account screen to login and register to the GameShark servers. Follow the steps below to access the User Account screen: 1. Use UP & DOWN on your controller to highlight the Network Settings option from the Online Updates menu and press CROSS on your controller. 2. Use UP & DOWN on your controller to highlight User Account. Press CROSS on your controller to enter the User Account screen, which looks like this: The User Detail fields on this screen are as follows: *E-Mail Address *Product Key (Mcode) Last Name Street City Country Phone Number *Password First Name House Number Town County / State Postcode / ZIP

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A: If you are entering official cheat codes for the GameShark2 from our website, the validity of the codes will automatically be checked when you activate them. If the codes you have entered are not valid you will be prompted to check that you have entered the codes correctly. Codes created for previous versions of GameShark are not guaranteed to work. Q: The GameShark2 will not recognize my game. A: If your Game is not recognized, double-check for your game title in Expert Cheat Mode. If your game is not in the list, then visit our website at www.gameshark.com for new cheats or update your cheats with the Online Updates feature. 9) FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS MEMORY MANAGER and GAMESAVES Q: I tried zipping a Game save but it said This type of file unsupported. I also tried to copy it to another memory card but it came up with the same message. Why? A: Unfortunately, some game save data cannot be zipped or copied. This is down to the individual game and some game save data will not be compatible with the GameShark Memory Manager. Q: My game wont load my zipped game saves. Why? A: No game can load zipped game save files. The game saves must be un-zipped using the GameShark Memory Manager before they are used with a game. This allows the game to recognize them. Q: Can I download a save from the CD onto my memory card, if I already have a save for that game on the memory card? A: Some games will not allow for multiple game saves of the same game to be stored on a single memory card, so you may have to store multiple saves for certain games on separate memory cards. Another way of storing more than one save per game on your memory card is to zip your existing saves for your particular game, then download your new save. This will allow you to have multiple saves for the same game on your memory card. Q: Why wont the GameShark Memory Manager recognize my memory card? A: The GameShark Memory Manager can only be used with officially licensed Sony PlayStation2 8MB memory cards. Q: I used the Game Saves section to download multiple Game Saves to my PlayStation2 memory card, but now it says Not enough free space on PS2 memory card. What does this mean? A: This means your PlayStation2-memory card has no free save space. Use the GameShark Memory Manager to delete or zip your saves to free up storage space. You can see how full your memory card is by looking at the memory bar at the bottom of the screen. Maximum capacity is 8000k. Q: If I have an existing Game Save, can I use cheats for that existing Game Save, or do I have to start a new game to use the cheats? A: If you have an existing Game Save, you can use cheats within your existing Game Save. If you choose to start from the beginning, you can use cheats for a new game as well. Q: I have copied some files/folders to a PS2 Memory Card, but when I view them via the Memory Manager their names have changed. A: Unfortunately, the PS2 Memory Card only supports file names of up to 32 characters; this is why your file/ folder names may have changed. This is caused by the PS2 Memory Card, and is not a fault of GameShark2 Memory Manager. Q: Why cant I copy or save files to my USB storage device? A: GameShark2 currently only supports read-only functions from USB Mass Storage Devices, so you cannot copy files to USB devices, you can only copy from them. We may release an update in the future to allow you save and zip files on USB devices so keep checking our website for new updates at www.gameshark.com Q: I cant seem to copy large amounts of saves all at once why is this? A: Sometimes when copying large amounts of saves at once, the PS2 cannot handle the amount of data being transferred. If you experience problems copying large groups of saves, try copying them one by one instead.

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Q: I cant seem to Zip some files on my PS2 memory card, Why is this? A: The Zip function is designed for PS2 game saves so you may experience problems if you try to zip other types of files. 10) FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS GENERAL Q: It doesnt read my PSX Memory Cards, why is this? A: GameShark2 only recognizes officially licensed PS2 Memory cards. Q: Does it matter which USB port I plug my devices into on the PS2? A: No. Q: Can I plug my USB devices into my PS2 via a hub? A: Yes, although if you have any problems, try plugging it directly into a USB port on your PS2. Q: Can I use a USB extension cable? A: Yes, although if you have any problems, try plugging it directly into a USB port on your PS2. Q: Will this product cause damage to my PS2 Memory Card? A: No, it simply writes data to the Memory on the card, as if saving via a normal game. Q: Will this product cause damage to my USB storage devices? A: No. Q: Will this product cause damage to my PlayStation2? A: No. 11) FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ONLINE UPDATES Q: Why cant I connect to GameSharks servers with GameShark2 ? A: The settings GameShark2 uses to establish an Internet connection will be the same as those used by other PS2 online games and applications, so check with you internet service provider if you have any doubts. A: Most Internet service providers will support DHCP, if this is the case then check that the DHCP Enable option is set to ENABLED on the Connection settings screen, this should be the default setting. Q: My GameShark2 will not let me log into GameSharks server so I can download new cheats, saves or updates. A: Before you can download Cheats, Saves or new Updates, you must enter your account details in the User Account screen; Check that you have entered the correct details into the first three fields (User Name, Password and Product Code) on the User Account screen Q: When I try to connect to the Network to download the latest content, it tells me to enter a Product Code. Where can I find this? Q: What is my Product Key (M-CODE)? A: The Product Key is a 16-digit code that needs to be entered to gain access to the latest Game saves, Cheats and Updates. Your Product Key can be found on a separate card supplied with your GameShark2 package. Simply copy the 16-digit Product Key from the card into the relevant field when asked. Q: I am connecting through a Proxy server to go online with GameShark2, but it always fails during the connection screen, why is this? A: While we have provided the ability for GameShark2 to connect online through a Proxy, the use of this facility is not recommended due to the increased likelihood of network errors. Q: When I go online with GameShark2, are my user details secure? A: Yes, we only use your details to keep our services and products secure and to provide you with support should you experience any difficulties this information will not be distributed. Q: Will I get free upgrades to the software? A: You can download free Cheats and Game save updates with the Online Updates section of GameShark2.

Create more space on Memory Card or insert new Memory Card Format Memory Card, Try different Memory Card, do not remove memory card whilst performing download.

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Q: I have downloaded a new update and have saved it to my USB storage device but when I boot GameShark2 it doesnt seem to be updated. A: Make sure you have your USB device firmly inserted into the USB port your PS2. A: Try inserting your USB device into a different USB socket on your PS2. A: There are numerous manufacturers of USB storage devices and some may have slow read times so your PS2 may not have detected it while booting. If this is the case, try holding down the CROSS button on your controller as GameShark2 is booting, this will force your PS2 to search for connected USB devices until an update is found. Q: My GameShark seems to be freezing when I download Cheats, Saves and Updates. Why is this? A: Please be patient when downloading Cheats, Saves or Updates. Always wait until you see the Done message next to the Logout field on the Network Status screen. Q: After connecting to the Internet, why cant I reset my PS2? A: Due to the internal workings of the PS2, the reset button on your PS2 is disabled once you have connected to the Internet using your PS2 Network Adaptor. If you need to reset your console after going online, please turn your console off using the switch at the back of your PS2. 14) CUSTOMER SUPPORT Please refer to the Frequently Asked Questions in the previous sections before contacting our customer service department. If you still cannot resolve the problem, please contact us as follows: Phone: (619) 683-2815 Email: support@gameshark.com World Wide Web: http://www.gameshark.com Mailing Address: Mad Catz, Inc. ATTN: GameShark Support 7480 Mission Valley Road Suite 101 San Diego, CA 92108 Warranty Information To receive warranty service you must: - Call Mad Catz Technical Support at 619.683.2815 - Obtain a Return Authorization Number from Mad Catz Technical Support - Ship the product to Mad Catz at your expense for service - Enclose a copy of the original sales receipt showing a purchase date - Enclose a full return address with daytime and evening phone numbers TECHNICAL SUPPORT Online Support and User Guides: www.madcatz.com Email: techsupport@madcatz.com Telephone: Available 8am - 4pm PST Monday -Friday (excluding holidays) at 619.683.Mad Catz, Inc. 7480 Mission Valley Rd., Suite 101, San Diego, CA 92108-4406. MADE IN HONG KONG ASSEMBLED IN THE UNITED STATES 2006 Mad Catz, Inc. GameShark, the GameShark Logo and Wanna Beat the Game are trademarks or registered trademarks of Mad Catz, Inc., its subsidiaries and affiliates. GameShark codes 1996-2006 Mad Catz, Inc. Features, appearances and specifications may be subject to change without notice. PSone and PlayStation are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sony Computer Entertainment, Inc. (SCEI). This product is not sponsored, endorsed or approved by SCEI. This software is based in part on the work of the Independent JPEG Group.

 

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