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USBUtil new utilitary for USBAdvance/USBExtreme
USBUtil new utilitary for USBAdvance/USBExtreme –
This program is an utility for those who use USBAdvance or USBExtreme
in their PLay Station 2 SLIM (see USBUtil ver 1.01 in scenespain.net by ISEKO)
very soon HERE in PSX-scene
Here is a translated link to the release. (english)
and a translated link to the tutorial. (english)
Looks very nice indeed. Would like to see a multi language release in the future, USB play needs all the help it can get Hope to see more from you here.
Edit: Is what I read correct, that this has the option to convert usba, files back to an .iso format? This could become very useful.
Last edited by NeverGoingBack; 09-15-2008 at 04:11 AM.
I didn't read full tutorial (in spanish, not translation), but I think this option isn't there.
Originally Posted by NeverGoingBack
Anyway you can always recover the iso file with command line by merging the parts that compose the game just like this (let's take a game with just 3 parts):
copy /b ul.19CD2568.SLUS_202.38.00+ul.19CD2568.SLUS_202.38.01+ul.19CD2568.SLUS_202.38.0002 SLUS_202.38.ISO
USBUtil: game to .ISO ....already exists, Restore lost space in disk by game parts(USBExtreme), Restore lost ul.cfg and ul-old.cfg. List of some game tested included(1160=66% Run) and modify. Install new game from ISO(Total compatibility) and total info about the game and more.
Next time, very soon USBUtil english version for all by ISEKO and EUSTOLIO.
The program already exists in english version. Waiting for the TUTORIAL traduction.
I tried it already. One of the advantages is it can compatable with my mobile phone's 250mb flash card which usbextreme game installer and usbinsane does not. What most poeple concerns is if it can improve the game compatibility.
That's bcause it can create the cfg file anywhere, if you create it on a compatible device and then move it to the other device then it's recognized. That's what I did long time ago to try it.
Originally Posted by Louis
I got a problem. Some of my games were dissppeared. If the games located under the cfg file, they will not be shown up. Finally, they were lost. In the second time, I used the restore function, then the cfg file located at the end of the game list, and the games were appeared again !
Tried the english version. Great utility by usb standards. usba/usbe to iso works great, and it comes with a premade, and updatable compatibiltiy list. I dont think it REALLY improves compatibility, however it does show that out of over 1000+ games about 65% were compatibile, witch is an increase to the normal 45% usba is credited.
la traduccion del tutorial esta finalizandose...