Sony – PS2 – SCPH-75002 – User Manual

Category: Video Game Console User Guides and Manuals

Download user manual for Sony – PS2 – SCPH-75002 – User Manual 
Preview: Below is a preview of the manual as extracted from the PDF file


2-650-066-22(1)
Instruction Manual
SCPH-75002
SCPH-75003
Before using this product, carefully read this manual and retain it for future reference.2 WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this
apparatus to rain or moisture.
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not place a container filled
with liquids on top of the console.
To avoid electrical shock, do not open the cabinet. Refer
servicing to qualified personnel only.
Caution
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures
other than those specified herein may result in hazardous
radiation exposure.
The use of optical instruments with this product will increase
eye hazard.
This appliance is classified as a CLASS 1 LASER product under IEC60825-1: 2001.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits set out in the EMC Directive using a connection cable
shorter than 3 metres (9.8 feet).
Read carefully before operating your
PlayStation®2 console
A few people may experience epileptic seizures when viewing flashing lights or
patterns in our daily environment. These persons may experience seizures while
watching TV or playing video games, including DVD-Videos or games played on
the PlayStation®2 console. Players who have not had any seizures may nonetheless
have an undetected epileptic condition. Consult your physician before operating the
PlayStation®2 console if you have an epileptic condition or experience any of the
following symptoms while watching TV programs or playing video games: altered
vision, muscle twitching, other involuntary movements, loss of awareness of your
surroundings, mental confusion, and/or convulsions.
Some PlayStation® or PlayStation®2 format software titles may perform differently
on this console than they do on previous PlayStation®2 or PlayStation® consoles, or
may not perform properly on this console. For more information, visit our Web site
at www.playstation.com
NOTICE FOR CUSTOMERS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
A moulded plug complying with BS1363 is fitted to this equipment for your safety
and convenience.
Should the fuse in the plug supplied need to be replaced, a 5 AMP fuse approved by
ASTA or BSI to BS1362, (i.e., marked with or mark) must be used.
If the plug supplied with this equipment has a detachable fuse cover, be sure to attach
the fuse cover after you change the fuse. Never use the plug without the fuse cover.
If you should lose the fuse cover, please contact the appropriate PlayStation®
customer service helpline which can be found within every PlayStation® and
PlayStation®2 format software manual.
Where you see this symbol on any of our electrical products or packaging, it indicates
that the relevant electrical product should not be disposed of as general household
waste in Europe. To ensure the correct waste treatment of the product, please dispose
of it in accordance with any applicable local laws or requirements for disposal of
electrical equipment. In so doing, you will help to conserve natural resources and
improve standards of environmental protection in treatment and disposal of electrical
waste.
WARNING
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
LUOKAN 1 LASERLAITE
KLASS 1 LASERAPPARAT3 Table of contents
WARNING ………………………………………………………………………… 2
Precautions…………………………………………………………………………. 4
Preparation
Getting started…………………………………………………………………….. 7
Part names………………………………………………………………………….. 8
Connecting to a TV……………………………………………………………… 9
Connecting digital audio equipment …………………………………….. 12
Connecting the controller……………………………………………………. 12
Connecting the AC adaptor and AC power cord ……………………. 13
Turning the console on and off ……………………………………………. 14
Games
Playing a game………………………………………………………………….. 15
Using Memory Cards…………………………………………………………. 18
Audio CDs
Playing an audio CD ………………………………………………………….. 20
DVDs
Watching a DVD……………………………………………………………….. 22
Using the playback modes ………………………………………………….. 26
Adjusting DVD player settings……………………………………………. 28
Main menu
Displaying the main menu……………………………………………………35
Using the Browser screen…………………………………………………….35
Using the System Configuration menu…………………………………..36
Using the Version Information screen……………………………………39
Networking
Connecting to a network………………………………………………………42
Creating network settings…………………………………………………….44
Additional information
Compatible software……………………………………………………………45
Accessories………………………………………………………………………..46
GUARANTEE……………………………………………………………………47
Specifications …………………………………………………………………….49
Troubleshooting………………………………………………………………….50
Table of contents4 Precautions
This product has been designed with the highest concern for safety. However, any
electrical device, if used improperly, has the potential for causing fire, electrical
shock or personal injury. To help ensure accident-free operation, follow these
guidelines:
 Observe all warnings, precautions and instructions.
 Stop use and unplug the AC power cord from the electrical outlet immediately if
the device functions in an abnormal manner or produces unusual sounds or smells.
 Contact the appropriate PlayStation® customer service helpline which can be
found within every PlayStation® and PlayStation®2 format software manual if the
device does not operate properly.
Safety
 Do not remove the console exterior or disassemble the console. The laser beam
emitted from the lens of this unit may be harmful to the eyes.
 Do not use the console near water.
 Keep the console and all connecting cords and cables out of the reach of children.
 Do not touch the plug of the AC power cord with wet hands.
 Do not touch the console or connected accessories during an electrical storm.
 Do not touch the console or AC adaptor for extended periods of time while the
console is turned on as extended contact may cause low-temperature burns.
 Do not place the console and connected accessories on the floor or in a place where
they may cause persons walking by to trip or stumble.
 Adjust the settings of the DVD player according to the instructions provided before
playing a DVD. If the settings are not correct, a loud sound may be emitted,
possibly injuring your ears or damaging the speakers.
 Do not touch a disc while it is spinning as personal injury or damage to the disc
may result.
 Do not close the disc cover in a way that could pinch your hand or fingers as
personal injury or damage to the console may result.
Health
 Stop using the console immediately if you experience any of the following
symptoms. If the condition persists, consult a doctor.
– Lightheadedness, nausea, or a sensation similar to motion sickness
– Tired, uncomfortable or aching hands or arms
– Tired, dry or aching eyes
 When operating the unit, play in a well-lit room and keep a safe distance from the
TV screen.
 Avoid prolonged use of the console. Take a break of about 15 minutes during every
hour of play.
 Do not use the console when you are tired or short of sleep.
 Listening to sound continuously for a long time with a high volume may adversely
affect the ears. Be careful especially when using headphones. Adjust the volume
so that surrounding sounds can be heard.
Precautions5 Precautions
Use and handling
 Do not throw or drop the console or accessories, or expose them to strong physical
shock.
 Do not place the console or accessories on surfaces that are unstable, tilted or
subject to vibration.
 Do not expose the console or accessories to high temperatures, high humidity or
direct sunlight (use in an environment where temperatures range from 5 °C to
35 °C).
 Do not place the console or accessories in locations subject to sudden temperature
change (for example, changes of 10 °C per hour or more).
 Do not leave the console or accessories in a car with its windows closed
(particularly in summer).
 Do not place the console in locations of poor ventilation such as small, enclosed
areas, directly against a wall or on a thick carpet or bedding.
 Do not expose the console to dust, smoke or steam. This can cause the console to
malfunction.
 Do not allow liquid or small particles to get into the console.
 Do not put any objects on the console.
 Do not touch or insert foreign objects into the connectors of the console or
accessories.
 Do not place the console close to magnetic fields produced by magnets or
loudspeakers.
 Do not set the console other than in the vertical or horizontal position. When
placing in the vertical position, use the Vertical Stand (for PlayStation®2) (sold
separately) that is compatible with this console. Also, do not change the position
while the console is turned on.
AC adaptor and AC power cord use
 To help ensure safe operation, regularly inspect the AC adaptor and AC power
cord. If damaged, stop use immediately and contact the appropriate PlayStation®
customer service helpline which can be found within every PlayStation® and
PlayStation®2 format software manual.
 Do not use a power cord other than the supplied AC adaptor and AC power cord.
 Check that there is no dust or lint on the power plug before inserting into an
electrical outlet. If the plug becomes dirty, wipe it off with a dry cloth before
connecting.
 Unplug the AC power cord from the electrical outlet before cleaning or moving the
console, or when you do not intend to use the console for an extended period of
time. When disconnecting, grasp the power cord by the plug and pull straight out
of the electrical socket. Never pull by the cord and do not pull out at an angle.
 Do not connect the AC adaptor and/or AC power cord to a voltage transformer or
inverter.
Notes on safety when using the Analog Controller
(DUALSHOCK®2)*
 Stop using the console immediately if you begin to feel tired or if you experience
discomfort or pain in your hands or arms while operating the Analog Controller
(DUALSHOCK®2). If the condition persists, consult a doctor.
 The Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK®2) is intended for use with the hands only.
Do not bring it into contact with your head, face or the bones of any other part of
the body.
 The vibration function of the Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK®2) can aggravate
injuries. Do not use the vibration function if you have any ailment or injury to the
bones, joints or muscles of your hands or arms. Note that some PlayStation®2 and
PlayStation® format software titles set the vibration function to “On” by default. In
most cases, the vibration function can be set to “Off” in the options menu of the
software. Do not play such titles using the Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK®2)
unless you have set the vibration function to “Off”.
 Avoid prolonged use of the Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK®2). Take a break
at about 30-minute intervals.
* These notes also apply to other controllers.6 Precautions
Connecting with a network cable
Do not connect network cables or telephone cords of the following types to the
network connector:
 Standard residential telephone lines
 Network cables not appropriate for use with a 10Base-T/100Base-TX network
 Any ISDN (digital) compatible phone or data line
 PBX phone lines
 Other “unknown” types of telephone lines
Disc handling
 Do not touch the disc surface when handling a disc; hold it by the edges.
 Do not stick paper or tape onto discs and do not write on discs.
 Fingerprints, dust, dirt or scratches on the disc can distort the picture or reduce
sound quality. Always handle carefully and make sure discs are clean before use.
 Do not leave discs near a heat source, in direct sunlight or in high humidity.
 Store discs in their cases when not in use – scratched and damaged discs will not
function correctly.
 Clean discs using a soft cloth, lightly wiping from the centre outwards.
Do not use solvents such as benzine, commercially available cleaners not intended
for CDs or anti-static spray intended for vinyl LPs.
 Do not leave a disc in the console when moving or changing the position of the
console.
 Do not use irregularly shaped discs (for example, heart- or star-shaped discs) or
damaged, re-shaped or repaired discs.
Never disassemble the console or supplied accessories
Use the PlayStation®2 console and accessories according to the instructions in this
manual. No authorisation for the analysis or modification of the console, or the
analysis and use of its circuit configurations, is provided. There are no user-
serviceable components inside the PlayStation®2 console. Disassembling the
console will void the guarantee. Additionally, there is a risk of exposure to laser
radiation as well as to electrical shock hazards.
When connecting the console to a plasma or projection* TV
Do not leave a still image on the TV screen for an extended period of time, as this
may leave a faint image permanently on the screen.
* Except LCD screen types
Moisture condensation
If the console or disc is brought directly from a cold location to a warm one, moisture
may condense on the lens inside the console or on the disc. Should this occur, the
console may not operate properly. In this case, remove the disc and turn off and
unplug the console. Do not put the disc back in until the moisture evaporates (this
may take several hours). If the console still does not operate properly, contact the
appropriate PlayStation® customer service helpline which can be found within every
PlayStation® and PlayStation®2 format software manual.
Cleaning
 For safety reasons, before cleaning the console or connected accessories, 1) turn
off the console, 2) disconnect the power plug for the console from the electrical
outlet, and 3) remove the network cable from the network connector.
 When cleaning the console, use a soft, dry cloth. Do not use paint thinner, solvents,
other chemicals or a chemically-treated dust cloth to clean the product.
 When dust accumulates in the console vents, remove the dust with a low-powered
vacuum cleaner.
 Do not touch the lens located inside the disc cover. To help protect the lens from
dust, keep the disc cover closed except when inserting or removing discs.
Exterior protection
To help prevent damage to the painted parts, follow the precautions below:
 Do not spill liquids such as alcohol, benzine, paint thinner or other chemicals on
the product.
 Do not place any rubber, vinyl or plastic items on the painted surfaces for an
extended period of time.7 Getting started
Preparation
Check that you have all of the following items. If any items are missing,
contact the appropriate PlayStation® customer service helpline which can
be found within every PlayStation® and PlayStation®2 format software
manual.
You can place the console in either the horizontal or vertical position.
Horizontal position
Set the console horizontally.
Vertical position
When setting the console in the vertical
position, use the SCPH-70110 E Vertical
Stand (for PlayStation®2) (sold separately).
Note
Some Vertical Stands (for PlayStation®2) cannot be used with this model of the
PlayStation®2 console ( page 46). Choose the SCPH-70110 E when purchasing a
Vertical Stand.
Preparation
Getting started
Checking the package contents
s PlayStation®2 console…1 s Analog Controller
(DUALSHOCK®2)…1
s AC adaptor…1
s AC power cord…1
s AV Cable (integrated
audio/video)…1
s Euro-AV connector plug
(supplied with SCPH-75003)…1
s Instruction Manual…1
(supplied with SCPH-75002)
(supplied with SCPH-75003)
Positioning the console8 Part names
Caution
Do not place the console in locations where it may be exposed to the following
conditions:
 Places subject to excessive cigarette smoke or dust. Cigarette smoke residue
or dust build-up on the internal components, such as the lens, may cause the
console to malfunction.
 Places subject to extreme temperatures, in direct sunlight, near a heat source,
or in a car with its windows closed (particularly in summer). These conditions
may warp the exterior of the console or cause the console to malfunction.
 Places close to magnetic fields, such as those produced by magnets or
loudspeakers.
 Places subject to vibration.
* The ” ” product family logo can be rotated to match the horizontal or vertical
positioning of the console.
Note
You can connect USB devices that are compatible with the PlayStation®2 console.
Note, however, that not all USB-compatible products work with the PlayStation®2
console. Refer to the instructions supplied with the device to be connected for more
information.
Part names
PlayStation®2 console front
RESET
Controller port 2
” ” product family logo*
A (open) button
IR receiver
Front vent
USB connector
MEMORY CARD slot 2
MEMORY CARD slot 1
Controller port 1
]/1 (on/standby) indicator
]/1 (on/standby)/RESET button
Disc cover9 Connecting to a TV
Preparation
Note
For part names of the Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK®2), see “Using the Analog
Controller (DUALSHOCK®2)” ( page 17).
 Do not plug the AC power cord for the console into the electrical outlet
until you have made all other connections.
 Check that the TV is turned off.
Connect the console to the TV as shown below.
PlayStation®2 console rear
Rear vent
! DC IN 8.5V
connector
AV MULTI OUT connector
DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL)
connector
NETWORK connector
Connecting to a TV
Before connecting
Connecting to a TV using the supplied AV Cable
VIDEO L-AUDIO-R
Audio and video inputs of the TV
Do not use when
connecting to a
monaural TV.
AV Cable (integrated audio/video)
Console rear
White Red Yellow
To the AV MULTI
OUT connector10 Connecting to a TV
Caution
If you display a still image on a plasma or projection* TV screen for an extended
period of time, “ghosting” may occur. This is a characteristic of these types of
TVs. Static, non-moving images, such as console setting menus, DVD menus or
paused images, may leave a faint image permanently on the TV screen if left on
for an extended time. Refer to the instructions supplied with your TV for details.
Note
The console can be connected to a VCR or an integrated TV/VCR. Note, however,
that if you play a DVD with copy-protection encryption, picture quality may be
reduced.
Connect your PlayStation®2 console to the Euro-AV connector (SCART)
on the TV using the Euro-AV connector plug and AV Cable (integrated
audio/video), making sure you match the colour-coded plugs of the AV
Cable to the matching jacks of the connector plug.
After connecting
Set your TV to the appropriate video input mode. Refer to the Instruction
Manual of your TV.
* Except those of LCD screen types
Connecting to a TV with a Euro-AV connector
using the Euro-AV connector plug (SCPH-75003)
To Euro-AV
connector
To AV MULTI
OUT connector
AV Cable (integrated audio/video)
Console rear
Euro-AV
connector plug11 Connecting to a TV
Preparation
Picture quality differs depending on the type of cable used. Use the
information below to determine the best connection method.
If you use a cable sold separately, refer to the instructions supplied with the
cable.
Notes
 The DVD player`s progressive scan mode is only available when playing a disc
recorded in NTSC format, and viewed on a TV that supports progressive scan
(480p).
 You cannot connect the console to a TV with component video inputs that are
exclusively for HDTV use (Y PB PR). Refer to the instructions supplied with your
TV for details.
When using cables sold separately
TV Cable type
A TV with S VIDEO inputs S VIDEO Cable (SCPH-10060 E)
A TV without video inputs RFU Adaptor (SCPH-10072 C)
(for SCPH-75002)
RFU Adaptor (SCPH-10072 B)
(for SCPH-75003)
A TV with Euro-AV (SCART)
connector
Euro-AV Cable (SCPH-10142)
(for SCPH-75003)
A TV with component video
input connectors
Component AV Cable (for PlayStation®2)
(SCPH-10100 E)
Picture quality scale
High quality
x AV Cable (supplied) x S VIDEO Cable x Component AV Cable
This scale is intended only as a reference. Depending on the product or
condition of your TV, the picture quality may be different.
When using the Euro-AV Cable, picture quality may vary depending on your
TV`s AV connection.
For optimum picture quality, connect your Euro-AV cable to an RGB-
compatible socket on your TV. Refer to the instructions supplied with your TV
for details.
x RFU Adaptor12 Connecting digital audio equipment
By using a commercially available optical digital cable, you can enjoy
surround sound with the effect of being in a movie theatre or a concert hall.
When connecting the console to audio equipment with digital connectors,
refer to the instructions supplied with the device to be connected.
Notes
 If you connect the console to audio equipment using an optical digital cable, it may
affect the audio output of some PlayStation®2 format software with the result that
no sound is produced. If this happens, use a cable such as the supplied AV Cable
(integrated audio/video) and connect it to the console`s AV MULTI OUT
connector. Do not use an optical digital cable.
 After connecting digital audio equipment, set “Digital Out (Optical)” to “On” in the
System Configuration menu. For details, see “Digital Out (Optical)” ( page 37).
1 Insert the Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK®2) into a controller
port of the console.
Note
Some software titles designate a specific controller port to be used. Refer to the
instructions supplied with the software for details.
Connecting digital audio
equipment
DIGITAL IN
OPTICAL
Console rear
Connected device
Commercially available optical
digital cable
Connecting the controller
MEMORY CARD
Console front
Analog Controller
(DUALSHOCK®2)13 Connecting the AC adaptor and AC power cord
Preparation
Warnings
 The socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily
accessible.
 Do not plug the AC power cord for the console into the electrical outlet until
you have made all other connections.
1 Connect the AC power cord to the AC adaptor.
2 Plug the connector of the AC adaptor into the ! DC IN 8.5V
connector on the console rear.
3 Plug the AC power cord into the electrical outlet.
The =/1 (on/standby) indicator on the console front will light up in red
to indicate that the console is in standby mode.
Connecting the AC adaptor and
AC power cord
AC adaptor
AC power cord
Console rear
AC adaptor
! DC IN 8.5V connector
Console rear
AC power cord
To the electrical outlet
Some regions and countries may
use a different electrical outlet
plug from the one illustrated.
RESET
Console front
]/1 indicator14 Turning the console on and off
Do not turn on the console until you have finished these steps. Refer to the
instructions supplied with your TV for details.
 Turn on the TV.
 Change your TV setting to display output from the line to which the
console is connected.
1 Check that the =/1 (on/standby) indicator on the console
front is lit up in red.
2 Press the =/1 (on/standby)/RESET button on the console
front.
The =/1 indicator on the console front will turn green and output from
the console will be displayed on the TV.
Notes
 The first time you turn on the console after purchase, screens for setting
“Language”, “Time Zone” and “Daylight Savings Time (Summer Time)” will be
displayed. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the settings.
 If you connect the console to a wide-screen TV, set “Screen Size” in the System
Configuration menu ( page 37).
1 Press and hold the =/1/RESET button on the console front for
more than a second.
The =/1 indicator will turn red to indicate that the console has entered
standby mode.
Warning
The power is not completely turned off when the console is in standby mode. If
you do not plan to use the console for an extended period of time, unplug the
AC power cord from the electrical outlet.
Turning the console on and off
Before turning on the console
Turning on the console
RESET
Console front
=/1/RESET button
=/1 indicator
Turning off the console
RESET
Console front
=/1/RESET button
=/1 indicator15 Playing a game
Games
Check that the connections to the TV and audio equipment are correct and
that the precautions have been met.
 “Precautions” ( page 4)
 “Connecting to a TV” ( page 9)
 “Connecting the controller” ( page 12)
 “Connecting the AC adaptor and AC power cord” ( page 13)
Note
To play online games, you first need to connect to and set up a network. See
“Connecting to a network” ( page 42) for details.
1 Turn on the console ( page 14).
The main menu is displayed ( page 35).
2 Press the A (open) button on the console front.
The disc cover opens.
3 Place the disc in the console.
Set the disc in the disc holder with the label side facing up.
Games
Playing a game
=/1/RESET button A (open) button
Disc cover
Place the disc in the console with the label
side facing up.
Place the disc so that all three tabs
are above the disc`s surface.
Before playing a game Starting a game16 Playing a game
4 Close the disc cover.
Push the middle of the disc cover. After the disc cover is closed, the
game will start.
Notes
 You can also start a game from the Browser screen ( page 35).
 If you turn on the console after inserting a disc, the game will start automatically.
To reset a game
Press the /1 (on/standby)/RESET button on the console front. Do not
accidentally press the @/1/RESET button while playing a game, as doing
so will cause the game to reset.
Caution
When removing a disc, check that the disc has stopped completely. Do not touch
the disc if it is spinning, as doing so may cause injury, damage to the disc or
console malfunction.
1 Press the A button on the console front.
2 Remove the disc.
Hold down the black centre part of the disc holder, and then lift the
disc by the edges.
3 Close the disc cover.
4 Press the =/1/RESET button.
The main menu is displayed ( page 35).
Changing game discs
1 Open the disc cover and remove the disc.
When removing a disc, hold down the black centre part of the disc
holder and then lift the disc by the edges.
2 Insert a new disc.
3 Close the disc cover and reset the console.
The new game will start.
Note
You do not need to turn off the console when changing games.
Ending a game
Push the middle of the disc cover.
Press the black centre part
of the disc holder.17 Playing a game
Games
The Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK®2) is equipped with a pressure-
sensitive button function. It also has a vibration function.
Part names
* The left and right analog sticks, or the L3 and R3 buttons, function only in analog
mode (indicator: red).
* The L3 and R3 buttons function when the analog sticks are pressed.
Note
Before using the Analog Controller
(DUALSHOCK®2), with the console turned on,
rotate the left and right analog sticks once with your
thumbs before starting a game. Do not twist the
analog sticks, but rotate as if drawing a circle as
shown in the diagram.
About mode switching
The ANALOG mode button can be used to switch between two modes.
Switch to the appropriate mode for use. Note, however, that some software
titles make this adjustment automatically.
Notes
 When using the Analog Controller in digital mode, the left and right analog sticks
do not function. Also, the pressure-sensitive button function is turned off.
 Depending on the software, you may not be able to switch modes even if you press
the ANALOG mode button.
About analog controls
 When playing a PlayStation®2 format software title, you can use all
buttons in analog mode except for the START, SELECT, L3 and R3
buttons.
 When playing a PlayStation® format software title, only the left and right
analog sticks can be used in analog mode.
Note
Depending on the software, the buttons for use in analog mode may be limited. Refer
to the instructions supplied with the software for details.
About the vibration function
The vibration function can be set to ON or OFF in the software options
menu.
Note
Depending on the software, the vibration function may be set to “On” automatically.
Using the Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK®2)
SELECT button
L2 button
L1 button
Directional
buttons
Mode indicator
ANALOG mode button
START button
R2 button
R1 button
button
button
button
button
Right analog stick/ R3 button*
Left analog stick/ L3 button*
Digital mode
(indicator: off)
Analog mode
(indicator: red)18 Using Memory Cards
You can use the Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK®) (SCPH-110 E) with
the PlayStation®2 console, but the functions of the buttons in analog mode
may be different from those of the Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK®2).
Only the left and right analog sticks can be used in analog mode.
Note
Not all PlayStation®2 format software titles support the use of the Analog Controller
(DUALSHOCK®) (SCPH-110 E). The Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK®2)
should be used in such cases.
You can save and load game data using a Memory Card. You can also
delete game data or copy game data from one Memory Card to another.
There are two types of Memory Cards. Select a Memory Card suitable for
the software in use.
Note
The Memory Card (8MB) (for PlayStation®2) uses “MagicGate”, a technology that
helps protect copyrighted content through data encryption and hardware
authentication.
About using the Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK®)
(SCPH-110 E)
Using Memory Cards
About Memory Card types
Memory Card type Compatible software Amount of memory
Memory Card (8MB)
(for PlayStation®2)
(SCPH-10020 E)
PlayStation®2 format
software
Approx. 8 MB
Memory Card
(SCPH-1020 E)
PlayStation® format
software
15 memory blocks
(approx. 120 KB)
is a term of copyright protection technology developed
by Sony Group.
does not guarantee compatibility with other products
bearing the “MagicGate” trademark.19 Using Memory Cards
Games
Insert the Memory Card into a MEMORY CARD slot on the console front.
Note
Some software titles designate a specific MEMORY CARD slot to use. Refer to the
instructions supplied with the software for details.
Depending on the software, the procedure for saving or loading may vary.
Refer to the instructions supplied with the software for details.

1 At the Browser screen ( page 35), use the directional
buttons to select the icon for the Memory Card you want to
use for copying or deleting data and then press the
button.
2 Select the icon for the data you want to copy or delete, and
then press the button.
3 Select “Copy” or “Delete”, and then press the button.
When copying game data, check that two Memory Cards are inserted
in the console. If you have selected “Delete”, skip to step 5.
4 Select the destination, and then press the button.
5 Select “Yes”, and then press the button.
While copying or deleting data, do not remove the Memory Cards.
6 When copying or deleting is completed, press the button.
Notes
 To view information about a game data item, select the icon for the data and then
press the button to check the details.
 Compatibility between software and Memory Cards:
– You cannot save or copy PlayStation®2 format software to a Memory Card
(SCPH-1020 E).
– You cannot save PlayStation® format game data to a Memory Card (8MB) (for
PlayStation®2). You can, however, copy PlayStation® format game data from a
Memory Card (SCPH-1020 E) to a Memory Card (8MB) (for PlayStation®2) for
storage purposes. Note that such game data cannot be loaded directly from a
Memory Card (8MB) (for PlayStation®2).
Inserting a Memory Card
Saving or loading game data
Copying or deleting game data
MEMORY CARD
Console front20 Playing an audio CD

1 Turn on the console and insert the disc ( page 15).
Follow steps 1 to 4 of “Starting a game”.
The track numbers are displayed.
2 Using the directional buttons, select the track number you
want to play and then press the button.
Playback begins.
Notes
 If you turn on the console after inserting a disc, the track numbers are displayed
automatically.
 You can also start playback from the Browser screen ( page 35).
Caution
To play an audio CD recorded in DTS format, you must connect a device with
a DTS decoder to the DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) connector ( page 12).
Note that an extremely loud noise may be emitted if the device does not have a
DTS decoder or if it is connected to the AV MULTI OUT connector.
Using the directional buttons, select the icon for the desired track and then
press the button.
* You can operate directly by pressing the buttons of the Analog Controller
(DUALSHOCK®2).
Note
You can also use the DVD Remote Control (for PlayStation®2) (sold separately).
1 Using the directional buttons, select x and then press the
button.
Playback stops. Press the A (open) button on the console front to
remove the disc.
Audio CDs
Playing an audio CD
Playing a CD
Operating the CD player during playback
Icon (button*) Function
. (L1 button) Go to the beginning of the current or previous track
m (L2 button) Fast reverse
M (R2 button) Fast forward
> (R1 button) Go to the beginning of the next track
N (START button) Start playback
X (START button) Pause playback
x (SELECT button) Stop playback
Ending audio CD playback21 Playing an audio CD
Audio CDs
You can set for “Play Mode” and “Repeat”.
1 At the Browser screen ( page 35), use the directional
buttons to select the audio CD icon and then press the
button.
The Play Options screen is displayed.
2 Select “Play Mode” or “Repeat”, and then press the
button.
3 Select the desired setting, and then press the button.
If you select “Program”, the screen for specifying track order will be
displayed. Select the tracks you want to play.
4 Press the button.
The Browser screen is displayed.
5 Select the audio CD icon, and then press the button.
The track numbers are displayed, and the setting option is shown in the
lower left of the screen.
6 Select the desired track, and then press the button.
Playback begins.
Notes
 You can also access the Play Options screen from the screen displaying the tracks
by selecting the Audio CD icon in the upper left corner of the screen and pressing
the button.
 You can set “Play Mode” and “Repeat” at the same time.
Playing in various modes
Play Mode Normal Plays tracks as recorded on the CD
Program Plays tracks in a specified order
Shuffle Plays tracks in a random order
Repeat Off Does not play the CD repeatedly
All Plays all tracks repeatedly
1 Plays a track repeatedly22 Watching a DVD
You can operate the DVD player using the following methods.
 Using the on-screen Control Panel
 Operating directly using the Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK®2)
 Using the DVD Remote Control (for PlayStation®2) (sold separately)
The following instructions assume use of the Control Panel to operate the
DVD player. Some operations may be different depending on the method
used.
Notes
 For details about playing a DVD, refer to the instructions supplied with the DVD.
 The PlayStation®2 console plays disc content as recorded in the DVD software.
Note that not all features are available on all DVDs.

1 Start playback of the DVD ( page 24).
2 Press the SELECT button.
The Control Panel is displayed. If you press the SELECT button again,
the display will change its position on the screen.
3 Using the directional buttons, select an icon and then press
the button.
Note
To turn off the Control Panel, press the SELECT button (once or twice), or press the
button.
Control Panel item list
You can access the following options in the Control Panel.
DVDs
Watching a DVD
Using the Control Panel
Icon Function
Menu Displays the DVD-Video menu
Top Menu Displays the DVD-Video menu23 Watching a DVD
DVDs
Notes
 You can use ” ” to check the options that can be accessed directly using the
buttons of the Analog Controller. To access the options directly using the
controller, you must clear the Control Panel from the screen.
 Depending on the playback mode, some options may not be available or cannot be
adjusted.
O
Return
Returns to the previously selected screen
within the DVD`s menu
Audio Options
Displays and changes audio options on
DVDs with multiple audio tracks
Angle Options
Displays and changes viewing angles on
DVDs recorded with multi-angle options
Subtitle Options
Displays and changes subtitle options on
DVDs with subtitle options
Go To
Skips to the selected title, chapter or the
specified time, and starts playback
( page 24)
Setup
Displays and changes options for
language, picture quality, Parental Control
level, audio, etc. ( page 28)
Time Display
Displays the current title or chapter
number, the elapsed time, etc.
( page 25)
Help
Displays the direct button functions of the
Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK®2)
0~9 Go to Chapter
Used to enter the number of a chapter you
want to play ( page 24)
./> Previous/Next
Returns/skips to the beginning of the
current, previous or next chapter
/Search
Fast reverses/forwards playback on the
screen to help you find a particular scene
( page 25)
/Slow
Changes to playback/reverse playback in
slow-motion
Icon Function
N Play Starts playback
X Pause Pauses playback
x Stop Stops playback ( page 24)
A-B Repeat
Specifies a scene for playback, and starts
playback of the scene that has been set
( page 27)
Shuffle Play
Begins playback of titles or chapters in a
random order ( page 27)
Program Play
Begins playback of titles or chapters in a
programmed sequence ( page 26)
Repeat Play
Selects repeated playback of all the titles
on the disc, or one title or one chapter
( page 27)
Original/Play List
For DVD-RW discs (VR mode), selects
Original or Play List content to play
( page 26)
Clear
Clears selected numbers or playback
modes ( page 28)
Icon Function24 Watching a DVD
1 Turn on the console and insert a disc ( page 15).
Follow steps 1 to 4 of “Starting a game”. Playback begins.
Notes
 If you turn on the console after inserting a disc, playback will begin automatically.
 You can also start playback from the Browser screen ( page 35).
1 During playback, select x in the Control Panel ( page 22)
and then press the button.
Playback stops. Press the A (open) button on the console front, and
then remove the disc.
1 During playback, select x in the Control Panel ( page 22)
and then press the button.
2 Select N, and then press the button.
Playback begins from the point where you stopped the disc in step 1.
To clear Resume Play
After step 1, select x and then press the button.
Selecting a scene by chapter number
1 During playback, select the desired chapter number in the
Control Panel ( page 22) and then press the button.
Playback of the selected chapter begins. If you want to play a chapter
with a single digit number (i.e. 1-9), enter a leading zero. For example,
enter as “01”.
Selecting a scene by title number, chapter number or by
specifying the time
1 During playback, select in the Control Panel
( page 22) and then press the button.
2 Select an item, and then press the button.
3 Select the numbers for the desired scene, and then press the
button.
Playback of the selected chapter begins.
Playing a DVD
Ending DVD playback x
Playing a DVD from the last stopping point
(Resume Play)
Selecting a specific scene for playback
Title Specifies the title number
Chapter Specifies the chapter number
C XX:XX:XX
(or T XX:XX:XX)
Specifies the elapsed time for the chapter (or title)25 Watching a DVD
DVDs
You can search either forwards or backwards to quickly locate a particular
point on a DVD.
1 During playback, select or in the Control Panel
( page 22) and then press and hold the button.
Search speed changes as shown below when you press either the up or
down directional button while holding down the button.
 Search 3
 Search 2
 Search 1
Slow
2 Release the button when you reach the point you are
searching for.
Playback returns to normal speed.
Note
To use the Analog Controller to Search during playback, press and hold down the L2
or R2 button to begin searching. Use the directional buttons to change speeds.
Release the L2 or R2 button when you reach the point you are searching for.
You can display information such as the current title number or elapsed
time.
1 During playback, select in the Control Panel
( page 22) and then press the button.
The display changes as shown below each time you press the
button.
Finding a particular point on a DVD (Search) Displaying playback information
Title X Chapter X Title number and chapter number
Title X Chapter X C XX:XX:XX Elapsed time of current chapter
Title X Chapter X C – XX:XX:XX Remaining time of current chapter
Title X Chapter X T XX:XX:XX Elapsed time of current title
Title X Chapter X T – XX:XX:XX Remaining time of current title
(Off)26 Using the playback modes
When using a DVD-RW disc (VR mode), you can select the type of titles
you want to play.
1 With playback stopped, select in the Control Panel
( page 22) and then press the button.
Original and Play List will be selected in turn each time you press the
button.
Notes
 Slow-motion play in reverse is not available for DVD-RW discs (VR mode).
 You cannot use this function with Resume Play. Clear Resume Play ( page 24)
before selecting this feature.
Using the various playback modes, you can play titles or chapters in the
order you want or repeat playback of a specific scene. There are four
playback modes:
 Program Play ( page 26)
 Shuffle Play ( page 27)
 Repeat Play ( page 27)
 A-B Repeat ( page 27)
The following instructions assume use of the Control Panel ( page 22)
to operate the DVD player.
Notes
 You can play combinations of Program Play, Shuffle Play, and Repeat Play. Note,
however, that some Shuffle Play or Repeat Play options may not be available
depending on the combination.
 The PlayStation®2 console plays disc content as recorded in the DVD software.
You can create programmes to play titles and chapters in any order.
1 During playback, select in the Control Panel
( page 22) and then press the button.
2 Select a programme number, and then press the button.
If no programmes have been set, the only option will be “1. Title”.
3 Select the title number, and then press the button.
Selecting Original or Play List for DVD-RW
playback
Original Plays content in the originally recorded sequence
Play List Plays edited content. Play List is the default setting.
Using the playback modes
Program Play 27 Using the playback modes
DVDs
4 Select the chapter number, and then press the button.
To play all the chapters, select “All”. Repeat steps 2 to 4 to set other
titles or chapters.
5 Press the START button.
Program Play begins.
Note
The setting will not be cleared after Program Play finishes.

You can set this option for random playback of all titles or chapters
recorded on a disc. Playback order will be different each time Shuffle Play
is used.
1 Select in the Control Panel ( page 22), and then
press the button.
The display changes as shown below each time you press the
button.
2 Select N, and then press the button.
You can set this option to play titles or chapters repeatedly.
1 Select in the Control Panel ( page 22), and then
press the button.
The display changes as shown below each time you press the
button.
z
2 Select N, and then press the button.
You can set a specific scene to be played repeatedly.
1 During playback, select in the Control Panel
( page 22) and then press the button at the point you
want to start repeated playback.
The starting point (point A) is set.
2 Press the button at the point you want to end repeated
playback.
The ending point (point B) is set, and repeated playback of the section
from A to B begins.
Shuffle Play
Title Shuffle Plays titles in random order
Chapter Shuffle Plays chapters in random order
Shuffle Off Clears Shuffle Play
Repeat Play
Disc Repeat Repeats playback of all titles
Title Repeat Repeats playback of one title
Chapter Repeat Repeats playback of one chapter
Repeat Off Clears Repeat Play
A-B Repeat 28 Adjusting DVD player settings
Clears playback modes to allow normal playback.
1 Select in the Control Panel ( page 22), and then
press the button.
A message stating, “Play mode contents cleared”, is displayed and the
console returns to normal playback.
Note
If multiple playback modes have been set in a combination, all playback modes are
cleared.
You can use the Control Panel to adjust DVD player settings, such as the
language for subtitles, audio language, and Parental Control level.
Notes
 Some DVDs do not support all settings. The PlayStation®2 console plays disc
content as recorded in the DVD software. If the DVD does not support the features
listed, you will not be able to change the settings.
 The following options are not available during playback or Resume Play
( page 24). Clear Resume Play before changing these settings.
– “Menu”, “Audio” and “Subtitles” in Language Setup
– “TV Type” and “Progressive” in Screen Setup
– “Parental Control” in Custom Setup
– “DTS” and “Audio Track Auto Select Mode” in Audio Setup
You can change DVD player settings using the following procedure:
1 Select in the Control Panel ( page 22), and then press
the button.
The Setup icon bar is displayed.
2 Select the icon for the setting you want to change, and then
press the button.
The current setting for each item is displayed.
3 Select the desired item, and then press the button.
The menu option becomes active and can be selected.
Clearing playback modes
Adjusting DVD player settings29 Adjusting DVD player settings
DVDs
4 Select the desired setting, and then press the button.
The setting of the item is completed. For details, see the instructions
for each item ( pages 29 to 34).
Notes
 The default setting for each menu item is underlined in the explanations below.
 To return to the Control Panel after making settings, press the SELECT button.
 Settings are saved when you do any of the following:
– Stop playback (including stopping Resume Play)
– Open the disc cover
In “Language Setup” you can choose the language for the DVD`s menu,
audio and subtitles. Note that if you select a language that is not recorded
on the DVD, one of the recorded languages is selected automatically.
Note
If you select “Audio Follow” for subtitles, the subtitle language will automatically be
set to match the language selected for the DVD`s audio track.
In the Screen Setup menu, you can set the screen size (aspect ratio) and
other options that affect picture quality.
TV Type
You can set the aspect ratio to match the screen of the connected TV.
Note
When you set “Progressive” to “On”, “TV Type” is automatically set to “16:9”.
Setting language options
Menu Selects the language for the DVD`s menu
Audio Selects the language for the DVD`s audio track
Subtitles Selects the language for the DVD`s subtitles
Setting TV display options
16:9 Select this option when using a wide-screen TV or a standard
TV with special 16:9/wide-screen functionality.
4:3 Letter Box Select this option when using a standard TV. This setting
displays a wide picture with margins on the upper and lower
portions of the screen.
4:3 PAN SCAN Select this option when using a standard TV. This setting
displays a picture adjusted to the height of the screen, cutting
off portions at left and right that do not fit.30 Adjusting DVD player settings
DNR (Digital Noise Reduction)
You can use this setting to help reduce roughness in the on-screen image
and produce a cleaner picture.
Notes
 “DNR2” is more effective for reducing image roughness than “DNR1”, but in some
cases an afterimage may appear. If this occurs, select “Off”.
 The DNR function may produce limited results on some DVDs.
 When you set “Progressive” to “On”, “DNR” is automatically turned off and cannot
be turned on.
Outline Sharpening
You can sharpen or soften the outline of the on-screen image. The higher
the value, the sharper the outline. Normally, select “0”.
Note
Depending on the DVD, Outline Sharpening may produce limited results.
Display
During playback, you can display playback status information in the top
right corner of the screen for a few seconds.
Progressive
You can display an image in which the picture updates all the lines in one
pass. In most cases, this results in a clearer, flicker-free image. This feature
is available only if your TV and AV Cable* support progressive scan
(480p).
* The Component AV Cable (for PlayStation®2) (sold separately) is compatible
with progressive scan.
* The DVD player`s progressive scan mode is only available when playing a disc
recorded in NTSC format, and viewed on a TV that supports progressive scan
(480p).
Notes
 If picture quality is reduced or no image is displayed, set “Progressive” to “Off”
when the console is connected to a TV without the necessary equipment. If you
accidentally set this option to “On” for such a TV, picture quality may be reduced
or the picture may not be displayed. To clear the setting, follow these steps:
 DVDs can contain video-based and film-based material, which use different frame
rates. When playing video-based material using progressive scan, some images
may appear unnatural. If this occurs, set “Progressive” to “Off” and view in
standard interlace mode.
 When you set “Progressive” to “On”, “TV Type” ( page 29) is automatically set
to “16:9”.
Off DNR is not used.
DNR1 Increases picture quality
DNR2 Increases picture quality (maximum)
-2 -1 0 +1 +2
On Playback status information is displayed for a few seconds.
Off Playback status information is not displayed.
On Select this option when the console is connected to a TV that supports
progressive scan (480p).*
Off Select this option when the console is connected to a standard TV.
1 Check that you have a DVD in the console.
2 Press the /1 (on/standby)/RESET button on the console front.
Then press and hold down the START button of the Analog Controller
(DUALSHOCK®2) in controller port 1 until the DVD picture is displayed.
The “Progressive” setting is returned to “Off”, allowing the DVD-Video to
be displayed as normal. You can also cancel this setting using the “Clear
Progressive Setting” ( page 40) option in the Version Information
screen.31 Adjusting DVD player settings
DVDs
 DVD-RW disc (VR mode) content can only be viewed in standard interlace format.
The “Progressive” option is not available when playing such content.
Pause mode
You can use this option to set the picture status when playback is paused.
Parental Control
In some regions, the viewing of some DVD content may be restricted
based on viewer age or other factors. You can use the Parental Control
feature to restrict the level of content that may be viewed through your
console.
The lower the value, the stricter the restriction.
Setting Parental Control
1 Select “Parental Control”, and then press the button.
The screen for registering a password is displayed. If a password has
already been registered, the screen for confirming the password is
displayed.
2 Select a number, and then press the button.
Repeat step 2 to enter a four-digit password. If you want to clear a
number, press the button. When registering a password, you are
required to enter it again for confirmation.
3 Select “Region”, and then press the button.
The list of region options is displayed.
4 Select the region to base the Parental Control level on, and
then press the button.
If you select “Other”, see “Region code list” ( page 32).
5 Select “Level”, and then press the button.
The list of level options is displayed.
6 Select a restriction level, and then press the button.
To clear Parental Control
With DVD playback stopped, go to step 6 in “Setting Parental Control” and
set “Level” to “Off”.
Setting viewer options
Auto A picture with moving elements is displayed without jitter. Normally
select this position.
Frame A picture without moving elements can be displayed at high resolution.32 Adjusting DVD player settings
Region code list
To enter a Parental Control region code, select “Other” in step 4 of “Setting
Parental Control” ( page 31). Use the directional buttons to select the
first letter, and then press the right directional button. Then select the next
letter and press the button.
Changing your password
In step 2 of “Setting Parental Control” ( page 31), complete the
following steps:
1 Using the directional buttons, select “Change Password” and
then press the button.
The screen for changing the password is displayed.
2 Select a number, and then press the button.
Repeat step 2 to enter a four-digit password. You are required to enter
it again for confirmation.
Playing a disc restricted by Parental Control
1 Start playback of the DVD ( page 24).
You will be prompted to temporarily change the Parental Control level
to allow playback. This usually occurs immediately at disc start-up but
may also occur at different times depending on the DVD.
2 Using the directional buttons, select “Yes” and then press the
button.
The screen for entering the password is displayed.
3 Select a number, and then press the button.
Repeat step 3 to enter the four-digit password. After entering the
password, playback will begin again. When DVD playback is stopped,
the Parental Control level returns to the original setting.
Notes
 If you forget your password, see “Troubleshooting” ( page 53).
 If you do not set a password, you cannot change the Parental Control settings.
 Some DVDs with the Parental Control feature do not allow use of playback modes
( pages 26 to 27).
Region Code Region Code
Austria AT Malaysia MY
Belgium BE Netherlands NL
Canada CA Norway NO
China CN Philippines PH
Denmark DK Russia RU
Finland FI Singapore SG
France FR Spain ES
Germany DE Sweden SE
Hong Kong HK Switzerland CH
Indonesia ID Taiwan TW
Italy IT Thailand TH
Japan JP United Kingdom GB
Korea KR33 Adjusting DVD player settings
DVDs
Audio Digital Out
You can switch the method of outputting the audio signal when you
connect the following audio devices to the DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL)
connector.
Caution
When the console is connected to an audio device without a Dolby Digital, DTS
or MPEG decoder, set “Dolby Digital”, “DTS” and “MPEG” to “Off”. If you set
these options to “On” without the necessary decoder, you may have no sound or
an extremely loud noise may be emitted.
Digital Out (Optical)
This option sets the type of output for the DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL)
connector.
Dolby Digital
This option sets Dolby Digital as the output signal for the DIGITAL OUT
(OPTICAL) connector.
DTS
This option sets DTS as the output signal for the DIGITAL OUT
(OPTICAL) connector.
MPEG
This option sets MPEG AUDIO as the output signal for the DIGITAL
OUT (OPTICAL) connector.
Setting sound options
On Select this option when you want sound (audio signal) to be output
through the DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) connector.
Settings for “Dolby Digital”, “DTS” and “MPEG” are displayed.
Off Select this option when you do not want sound to be output through the
DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) connector.
Settings for “Dolby Digital”, “DTS” and “MPEG” are not displayed.
On Select this option when the console is connected to an audio device
with a built-in Dolby Digital decoder.
Off Select this option when the console is connected to an audio device
without a built-in Dolby Digital decoder.
On Select this option when the console is connected to an audio device
with a built-in DTS decoder.
Off Select this option when the console is connected to an audio device
without a built-in DTS decoder.
On Select this option when the console is connected to an audio device
with a built-in MPEG decoder.
Off Select this option when the console is connected to an audio device
without a built-in MPEG decoder.34 Adjusting DVD player settings
Audio Track Auto Select Mode
This setting gives priority to the audio track that contains the highest
number of channels when you play a DVD on which multiple audio
formats (PCM, Dolby Digital, DTS or MPEG) are recorded. If PCM,
Dolby Digital, DTS and MPEG have the same number of channels, the
console selects PCM, Dolby Digital, DTS and MPEG audio tracks in that
order.
Notes
 If you set “DTS” to “Off” in “Audio Digital Out” ( page 33), the DTS audio
track is not played.
 Depending on the DVD, the audio channel with priority may be predetermined. In
this case, the audio track will be selected based on the DVD`s order of priority.
DVD Volume
You can set this option if the audio output level of the DVD is low. You
can set this only when “Digital Out (Optical)” is set to “Off” in “Audio
Digital Out” ( page 33).
Caution
If you set this option to “+1” or “+2”, the sound may become distorted. If this
happens, change the setting to “Standard”. Also note that if you set the volume
too high, it may harm your hearing or damage the speakers.
On Priority given
Off No priority given
+2 Turns up the volume (maximum)
+1 Turns up the volume
Standard Normally select this option.35 Displaying the main menu
Main menu
From the main menu, you can access information and change various
settings. You can also move to the following screens from the main menu.
The main menu is displayed when you turn on the console without a disc
inserted.
 Browser screen ( page 35)
 System Configuration menu ( page 36)
 Version Information screen ( page 39)
1 Turn on the console ( page 14).
The main menu is displayed. Note that it may take some time for the
main menu to be displayed.
Note
If you turn on the console with a disc inserted, the main menu will not be displayed.
To display the main menu, press the A (open) button on the console front and
remove the disc. Then press the =/1 (on/standby)/RESET button to reset the console.
You can do the following from the Browser screen:
 Copy or delete game data saved on a Memory Card
Start a game
 Start playback of an audio CD
 Start playback of a DVD
1 Display the main menu ( page 35).
2 Using the directional buttons, select “Browser” and then
press the button.
The Browser screen is displayed.
3 Insert a disc or Memory Card.
the inserted item is displayed on the Browser screen.

Main menu
Displaying the main menu
Using the Browser screen36 Using the System Configuration menu
4 Select an icon, and then press the button.
 When you select the Memory Card icon, icons for data saved on the
Memory Card are displayed. To copy or delete saved game data, see
“Copying or deleting game data” ( page 19).
 If you select the icon for a PlayStation®2 or PlayStation® format
software disc, the game will start.
 When you select the icon for an audio CD disc, the tracks contained
on the CD are displayed. See “Playing an audio CD” ( page 20).
 If you select the icon for a DVD disc, playback of the DVD will
begin.
Note
The message “There is no data” is displayed on the Browser screen when no Memory
Card or disc is inserted in the console.
From the System Configuration menu, you can change settings for
numerous options including language or time display, and audio or video
output method.
1 Display the main menu ( page 35).
2 Using the directional buttons, select “System Configuration”
and then press the

Leave a Comment