There isn't much else that the bios actually does, apart from the boot screen and memory card management screens and disk copy checking ..99% of the functions of the game are on the disk, including the lowest level graphics libraries.Greetings Highway Your best bet is to find someone with a PS2 remote kit and borrow the DVD from them; I used to have one for my PS2 but sold it because the remote was useless for me.If I could hook up my PS2 memory card to my computer I could just send you the file over from the memory card; but alas if my DVD version is lower then yours the results could be horrible.I have a very old version of the DVD player and your version will be newer.EDIT: The Copyprotection from is removable with a freeware software. Greetings Highway Many Fixes to play DVD's and Optimizations.Upgrading the proxy server instance requires more than one proxy server instance with the same configuration.
Or I need someone that has the update on the memorycard and an X-port/Sharkport.
If your deployment includes one or more proxy server instances that route client requests to the backend servers, you can safely take down one directory server at a time, and update that server instance.
The proxy server will take care of rerouting client requests to ensure uninterrupted service.
Xbox users that use mod chips to defeat xbox copy protection are reflashing their bios frequently with hacked ones, and some get into difficulties.
Having a game reflash a bios does not help with copy protection because the xbox defeat chips replace the bios entirely and can be stealth'd to switch in and out as required.