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Which firmware (latest) should I download for Matrix Infinity green dot homebrew 1.93
Which firmware (latest) should I download for Matrix Infinity green dot homebrew 1.93 –
Hi guys I just went to a local mod shop, and left my ps2 slim to install matrix infinity chip, they showed off the chip to me was the blue one actel on top green dot, I think it's homebrew which firmware should I install 1.93 I don't have quite clear if there are 2 different firmwares one for homebrew and other for matrix infinity not homebrew thanks
I know I'm just confused cause I see firmware 1.93 but says for matrix infinity I don't know if this firmware works on green dot HOMEBREW at the bottom theres a homebrew firmware saying
INFINITY Homebrew Firmware - 17/01/2005(DOWNLOAD NOW)
Release of latest Homebrew Firmware.
This Firmware will bring back the Infinity to Homebrew mode, and remove the possibility to use back-up in your PS2.
To upgrade again the Infinity from Homebrew to regular Firmware you need to upgrade it again using these instructions.
but it's dated 2005 !! I don't get it
Is Firmware 1.93 the one I should flash onto it please help me out thanks a bunch
Use infinity firmaware 1.93 and NOT the homebrew firmware.
Also it looks like the site is down, but SKSApps has the firmware archived HERE.
Thanks Ninja , aside from this is there any way to add a HDD on pstwo slim not chubby one, I know you can use USBextreme or advance but restricts transfer to usb 1.1 ( we all know usb 2.0 is there but.. maybe there's some way to enable it) .
Something I recently thought was , pswto slim has a network connector, is there any way of with some modded app maybe network pstwo within a windows environment and read an ISO image from there? Like seeing a mapped drive or maybe running a NAS device through that port with game images, this hasn't been done , or maybe I haven't researched as much .
usb extreme/advance really sucks. its not really compatiible with games and its slower than christmas on loading games. In my opinion, no hdd is better than using a usb hdd on a ps2.
As for real hdd gaming, if you have a V12 or V13, you can inatall (or have installed) hd combo, or hd connect to allow an IDE hdd to be connected to your slim ps2. I would really recommend that you have hd combo installed for you. too many small points and its a better product than hd connect.
As for a "Network Loader", it doesn't exist. There has been a few discussions on creating one, but it has always fallen flat when it comes down to programming it.
Sup Nin thanks a bunch I got matrix already installed on my pstwork working as a charm niiiiiiiiiiiiiiceeeeeeeee.
Something I forgot to ask you about the network kind of loader , got any thread where it's active about dealing with adding a HD onto the network plug?.
You told me there's a way to add an IDE ATA cable but only on versions V12 and v13 ( if I'm not mistaken that mod discovered by automan had some reformat issue dealing with the cable length or was something else) , well I got a V15 pstwo slim , so I guess I won't be able to add that IDE cable mod or am I ?
Nin once more thanks a bunchillion
Oops. forgot. does booksetting to DVD-ROM DVD +R media cause less strain an wear on the lens? or not at all?
As for more information on a "network loader" I can't remember where the threads are, and I'm certain that they are buried deep in the forums with may newer posts covering them up. But it was only talk or even suggestions of creating one, but again, the program itself doesn't exist.
Regarding hdd for your ps2, you are absolutely correct.
I've always done that for my DVD+R's, but it doesn't reduce the wear on a laser. It's a matter of getting a higher quality media to slow the wear down on your laser.
Thanks nin well so what's the point of actually changing the booktype of +R to DVD-ROM it that would not safeguard the lens lifetime
its only my opinion, but with my system, it seemed that I had a higher success ratio changing the booktype versus not changing it. But with different systems comes different media needs.