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Get USBD.irx onto MC –
Im trying to get the USBD.irx onto my memory card without using my internet connection. is it possible to put it into my system configuration file and then transfer it with something like ar max evo?
nvm, i got it on there with launchelf, works really good. i just gotta figure out how to burn avi's and mp3's to a cd. cuz i just want to transfer it all to my ps2. ill search around for a guide
how do you xfer it to memory card with launchelf, cus i did and shows as corrupted data?
yes it shows as corrupt. unless you make an icon for it.
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cleltus, thanks for answring, but how can i make an icon?
The Sony browser assumes that all valid folders contain a file named "icon.sys", which in turn points to some icon file or files, usually having the type extension "icn"/"ICN" or "ico"/"ICO". These files detemine how the folder should be displayed, with different appearance being possible for different operations. (Which is why there can be several icon files.) The "icon.sys" file also contains the title of the save, as displayed by the Sony browser. (So the real folder name is not used here.)
Originally Posted by asharer
If either the "icon.sys" file, or an icon file it points to, is missing, then the PS2 browser will only display that folder as corrupt.
There are two things you can do about this:
1: Ignore it. All homebrew software will work just as well anyway. The only limitation is that you can't copy this folder to another memory card using the Sony browser. But you can still do it with other browsers, like uLE.
2: You can use a homebrew browser to add a valid "icon.sys" file and its icon file(s) to the folder content, by either of two methods.
2a: Simply copy the "icon.sys" and icon files from another gamesave folder. The drawback of this is that this folder will then be displayed as identical to that gamesave, so you can confuse them with each other.
2b: Use some PC tool to make new "icon.sys" and icon files containing a picture and gamesave title that you decide. Search for the program "mcIconSysGen", which is one of the tools that can do this.
Unfortunately all available tools for these purposes are bugged in their use of S-JIS encoded gamesave title characters, so you can't use space characters in the title, but will have to settle for a single word... (The title will be cut off after the first space you attempt to use.)
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