So, I was thinking.

If I have the PS2 bios, and PS2 games, what stops me from flashing my laptop bios into the PS2 bios?

Does anything stop me from reverting it back?

So, my overall question is, can I flash my laptop bios or desktop bios, and replace it with a PS2 bios?

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    Why would you think this is possible? You're talking completely different hardware. – Frank Jun 16 '18 at 16:16
  • @Frank: Presumably the OP thoguht it was possible because, like many people, they don't have a good understanding of what difference hardware is. To many people a computer is a computer - they don't know about different CPUs, motherboards, GPUs, etc. So to somebody not familiar with the concepts involved this is a reasonable question. That having been said I am a little worried about somebody who doesn't know this stuff about hardware wanting to flash BIOSes... – Chris Jun 17 '18 at 12:34
  • @Chris I believe a small amount of research would've answered this handily, and not doing so shows a startling lack of knowledge about hardware that they should know, if they know about flashing the BIOS. – Frank Jun 17 '18 at 13:16

You can't. PS2 is a special case hardware. Your computer BIOS/UEFI is a software specific to only that motherboard you are using. There is an emulator called PCSX2 which you can use to run PS2 games on a PC.

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