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You can update the megapack yourself, just download the new SMS and ULE versions, rename the ELF files to what they are called in the megapack and copy them over the ones on your USB pen. That way you can always be up to date.
best regards Jones23
Seems like I've just started my long way path to PS2 ultimate knowledge...
p.s. downloading ulaunchelf last release I've noticed there are 2 .elf file : boot.elf and uncompresse_boot.elf; wich is the one for me?
boot.elf is the one you want to use, unless you want to waste some memory on your MC
We all feel retarded on a technical forum when we are a newbie I was too, look at my first posts
I think you have chosen the write chip. Your PS2 Experience will be even better.
Last edited by Yoc; 11-23-2006 at 10:08 AM.
Here I am again, just for a quick question (so I'm not opening a new thread )
I'm evaluating the possibility of buying an usb hdd to store my games in...
Is there anything I should know before getting one? I mean, any particular caracteristic...
And then, I searched the forum a bit, but not finding anything precise, what do I have to do to get started with it ?
Hope this is not too long for you to answer to
Don't waste your time guys...I found some posts and discovered there's nothing could help me get an usb drive working with a slim ps2...at least without soldering...
Last edited by moskuito; 11-24-2006 at 03:53 AM.
To attach a HD drive to your PS 2, you have 2 choices :
- USB HDD -> Works with any PS 2, fat or slim, with a software called USB Advance. Compatibility is poor, and speed is bad.
- IDE HDD -> Works with fat PS 2 with the Network Adapter (you just have to plug it). On PS Two (slim) you have to solder the IDE câble directly to the motherboard. This is the same kind of soldering than chips. On the latest PS Two, you can't evec do that because there is no IDE interface anymore.
So, if you have a slim PS2 and don't want to solder, get a USB HDD and be aware that not all your games will work.
that answers 1 of my question.
Originally Posted by Jones23