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That question is off-topic here (has nothing to do with SMS), and also in the other thread where you posted it. The proper thing for you to do would have been to post a NEW thread in the uLaunchELF forum, asking for help with your particular problem. You should never clutter up existing threads dedicated to other subjects. But I will give you a brief reply here anyway.
Originally Posted by M J 76
If you really have ToxicOS, then simply put the uLaunchELF "BOOT.ELF" file on a USB memory stick or a normal CD, and then use the ToxicOS browser to launch it. Once it is launched you can use the FileBrowser of uLE to create the standard "mc0:/BOOT/" folder and copy the "BOOT.ELF" file into it, for use with Dev1 booting.
If you only have ToxicBIOS, then you'll need to make a normal boot CD for uLE, editing the "SYSTEM.CNF" file to launch the "BOOT.ELF" file of uLE. Since you mentioned problems with burning duds (in the other thread), make sure that you use the program CDGenPS2 to create the ISO file, which you can then burn with any CD burner program. Using such programs to directly create a PS2 compatible ISO can sometimes be tricky, which is why you should let CDGenPS2 handle that part.
Best regards: dlanor
Recently start with SMS and have simple question - is there any way to hide CD-ROM icon? I don't want it because all my movies on PC.
Remove the CD/DVD from the ps2 and the icon will disappear!
Originally Posted by as65sd
I have some question about dual audio movies:
1) Does SMS (latest version: 1.9 R1) support dual audio movies ?
2) Is it does, what's the command (or the way) to change to the second audio?
If you're talking about what I think you are, then yes. The have to press "Start" during playback and there's an option to switch it.
Note that all audio streams must be encoded at identical settings.
I have the same "problem" as the guy above.
Originally Posted by asharer
Can someone please help me out? I would like to know how do I add the USB driver to memory card if I do not have a Network adapter and only the following items:
1. 1 PS2
2. 1 DS2 Controller
3. 1 8MB Sony Memory Card
4. Swap Magic Version 3.3 DVD and CD Build
5. USB HDD
6. 128 MB Pen Drive
Help is VERY much appreciated and thanks for creating the great program whoever the creators are. (Even though I havent tried it, it looks very promising.)
Slim ps2 doesnt need LBA at all. They will boot of a Nero burned disc.
Originally Posted by darkpepe
Creating playlists (in winamp) to play mp3's from more than one directory in SMS
Creating playlists (in winamp) to play mp3's from more than one directory in SMS –
Thanks to bladeanon for figuring this out! Also to dlanor for inspiring me by always helping others in the forum.
SMS can open .m3u playlists which contain references to files in several different directories if the m3u files are formatted correctly.
I have a slim PS2 so I use USB HDD or SMB (Windows shares) to play music with the PS2.
This example is based on MY music collection where the mp3 tracks are in the following structure (as seen in windows explorer)
Here's how I do it.
D:\Music\Artist\Album\# - TrackTitle.mp3
1. In Winamp go to Options->Preferences->General Preferences;Titles and enable "Read metadata when files are loaded into winamp" (this ensures the #EXTINF entries in the m3u will be correct for all files)
2. Open all of the files you want in your SMS playlist in Winamp's playlist
(Important: Only open files from the 'Music' or 'Music\Artist' or 'Music\Artist\Album' directories)
3. In Winamp's 'playlist editor' (Alt-E) click on 'Manage Playlist'->'Save playlist' Make sure 'Save as type' is M3U
4. Give the playlist a name and save it in the 'D:\Music' directory
(Important: DO NOT save or move the playlist to a different directory, it wont work)
(Explanation: Provided all the mp3's in the playlist are somewhere in the 'Music\' directory or its sub-directories, and the playlist is saved in the 'Music\' directory Winamp will save the 'relative' path-names to the files - the 'D:\Music' part of the full filename is NOT included in the M3U playlist. Because of this, SMS will be able to find the files in the playlist. SMS WILL NOT find files that have "D:\Music\Artist\Album\# - Track.mp3" style path names in the M3U playlist, they need to be just "Artist\Album\# - Track.mp3")
5. Use Notepad to open the playlist you saved in step 4
6. Go to Edit->Replace (Ctrl-H) and replace all backslashes "\" with slashes "/"
7. Save the playlist.
You can now fire up SMS and load the playlist!
Last edited by peterdcrees; 05-02-2007 at 09:56 AM.
Reason: Correcting stoopid mistakes
Thank for explaining how to do that ^^^^