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Ipod HDD –
Hi, I have an ipod video and i can connect him to the ps2 and play movies from him with SMS, but i wondered if can run backup games from him like a regular hdd, so PLZ help!
I do the same with mine but since I also have an IDE HDD I never thought about formatting the iPod to run games. It should work as its just a USB drive but I am not going to try on my semi-new 30GB Video iPod, if you do please update here on your findings. Cheers
Didn't understand –
Hey, I dunno know what the problem is, i think its in the usbadvance prog because it didn't reconised my ipod(video 30GB) and if someone could give a guide on how to install the games in the ipod it would be great...
TNX a lot
See if WinHIIP sees your iPod and if it does use the format function to make it PS2\HDLoader\USBAdvance readable. Then install games using WinHIIP itself and then try loading the games using USBAdvance.
Originally Posted by alonkum
No! That is misleading.
Originally Posted by Snakehands
As far as I know, WinHIIP only installs games for use by HDLoader/HDAdvance/ToxicOS, which all need an HDD connected to the PS2 by IDE interface.
For running games from a drive connected to the PS2 by USB you must use USBAdvance/USBExtreme, and to install games on such a drive you should use the PC-side software released for that specific purpose. That includes a formatting program to set up the FAT32 partition you'll need. (One common reason for failure is that people use Windows to set up an NTFS partition instead.)
Best regards: dlanor
i dunno what WinHIIP is, and what you're saying is that i need to format my ipod to fat32? well if you do...then it already is...
usb uses ntfs formatting, not winhiip. you need the usb exttreme program from there website
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Wouldn't an ipod hard drive be to slow to run a game? Or it would overheat probably.
I found the problem...
I found the problem... –
In usbextreme there is only an option for ntfs filesystem and the ipod hdd can only be fat32... so the problem is in the program and usbadvance too ...that's probably why it doesn't recognize my ipod...it can only read ntfs HDDs...
so for the creators of those programs...can you make usbextreme and usbadvance fat32 compatible? or its not possiable? 'cause i understood that the ide hdd have to be fat32...
so plz return an answer...
TNX for all of your help...
Some of you guys have your info completely mixed up...!
USB Extreme does NOT use NTFS at all.
USB Extreme works ONLY with FAT32.
And the same goes for USB Advance which is only a rip-off of USB Extreme.
(Some patched graphics and text strings are the only difference.)
Best regards: dlanor