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Help..USB pen crashing when transferring Files
dude in that method you dont need usb flash .just use HOST feature in uLaunchELF ( ps2 side) with a client app like ps2client loader (pc side) .its much faster than transfering and also much better than regular FTP
I think he did get that, but meant that he'd have to move his equipment because he doesn't have a LAN cable reaching from his computer/router to the area where he currently keeps his PS2.
Originally Posted by amp2006
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ohhh i see .well he didnot mentioned anything about lan cable so that i pointed him to use HOST with PS2 Clien loader .
When connecting directly to an ethernet port of your PC, then you do need to use a crossover cable.
Originally Posted by mr P
That is the way I do it myself, though it has little to do with the distance between the PS2 and the computer/router. The advantage of such connection is well worth the cost of buying and installing longer cables.
If i was to move my ps2 near to my computer, i take it i connect it by the ps2 adapter to my router using a lan cable
I have two PS2 consoles myself and connect both of them to my LAN via router, even though they are in different rooms.
Connecting to the router is always superior as it allows you to access all computers in the LAN (as well as Internet) from your PS2, without having to reconfigure stuff (firewalls, ICS, etc) on any computer. The only setup needed is handled centrally in the router, and in the share configuration of the HOST client on the PC(s) where you use it.
This kind of connection is also excellent when you use the SMS media player to make your PS2 into a networked media player to watch media shares (movies etc) from any of your computers on your TV set, without having to move any files. For use with WinXP this doesn't even require any extra software as SMS can access normal Samba shares (the native XP file shares).
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Is there a possibility that your partition is out of room? I know it may seem ridiculous, but possible. It would be wise to check your movies partition and see how much space is taken up. I had a similar problem once and it turned out to simply be full. Expanding the partition solved the problem.
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