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Mod Chip and EMU question.
Mod Chip and EMU question. –
Will a Plug in or USB mod chip be sufficent to run EMU's without swaps? I dont have alot of soldering EXP so id rather the plug in but I could do somthing basic. And still not effect me playing online. Im not really interested in using backups so thats not an issue.
Also could sombody point me in the direction of a good walk thru on how to use cdgenps2v2...I just feel like im missing somthing....Or do you just throw the ELF Roms Folder and everything else on there then just burn. Will it be self boot or will I need a Mod?
Im coming from the DC Emu scene so things are alot different here.
I just found this info
Load these files into cdgenps2v2 in this order
Then on the SYSTEM.CNF rightclick and check Fix LBA
But with the zip i have there is no SYSTEM.CNF where can I find that....theres a SYSTEM (SpeedDial) is that just a file extention error....but the file has no file extention and when I try to add one it dosnt change anything.
Will that method work for both SNES-Station & PGEN v1.1 and neither zip that i downloaded SNES-Station nor PGEN have that SYSTEM.CNF so I was thinking I need to download it somplace....it that file similar to the IP.BIN in DC Emualtion it points the system where to find the .ELF in this case but the 1ST_READ.BIN in the case of DC
Last edited by BlackxKnight; 01-16-2004 at 11:21 AM.
Also is there a way I could make IMBNES selfboot. I made the disc but my PS2 dosnt reconise it so it must have to be modded I assume.
SYSTEM (SpeedDial) is the SYSTEM.CNF file. You need to enable the option to view extentions under folder options. And yes, it is siimlar to the 1st_read.bin where it has some startup info for the disc.
no-solder mods and the usb mod will require a swap to boot pgen and snes-station, including any other emulator coded for the ps2. IMBNES was coded for the psx so it will boot on a usb mod without a swap. Unlike the dc, no backup will selfboot on a ps2.
Thats the wierd thing I have view File Extentions enabled but this wont show one, but on every other file it will, do I have to remove a file association or somthing?
Originally posted by Bgnome
SYSTEM (SpeedDial) is the SYSTEM.CNF file. You need to enable the option to view extentions under folder options....
Whats the best Swap disc set to get i noticed there are quite a few versions. are there and that dont require case replacement?
Thanks for the info.
Last edited by BlackxKnight; 01-19-2004 at 01:04 PM.
Yea I looked in the file type and the extention was supressed for that file extention specificly. Thanks.