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For the original playstation, Xploder never made any CD-bootable cheating cd's. And it wasn't possible to play copied or neither other area code games with Xploder. I have owned several different cheat cartridges for Playstation and Playstation 2. There was bootable cheating CD's for Playstation 2, because there was no 3rd party device plug on the Playstation 2. But on the first original playstation, there was some other cheat cartridges which allowed users to play copied or other area coded games, Equalizer was one of these. Action Replay neither was able to launch any other game than the console normally would allow. There is an fly-by-cd-swap method which allows users to play copied or other area coded games on the playstation 1. Even with xploder, users had to use that fly-by-cd-swap method or modchip installed on the console. -User who currently owning and using Xploder, have owned several playstations, several Xploders/Xplorers, Action Replays and one Equalizer, and Action Replay booting CD's for Playstation 2 etc.. — Preceding unsigned comment added by MikkoMuhis (talkcontribs) 01:12, 16 September 2012 (UTC)