I am unable to get my PS2 to start after I put a theme on OPL 0.9. About an hour ago I made OPL the program that automatically loads first when the PS2 is turned on. That worked great. Then I added a skin to OPL by downloading it and transferring it to my memory card. That looked really nice. Then I downloaded another theme and put it on my hard drive partition named OPL in a folder called........CONFIG.....I think. I was hoping to be able to load skins from the hard drive. Now every time I turn on my PS2 OPL will load and then freeze at the screen where it normally lists my hard drive games. Is there anyway I get get into the file browser or uLaunchELF to fix this?
Nevermind since I'm a genius. You can hold start while the system is booting up and load the file browser that way. Learn something all the time...
But OPL still freezes up. What gives?
EDIT: OPL only freezes when I have it plugged into my router. It was working fine with the router for days. Why did it suddenly start freezing?
EDIT 2: I can't ping my PS2 anymore. I never changed any network settings since I got it working.....wtf.
EDIT 3: WEIRD! I had to disable windows firewall. WTF
Originally Posted by Magiknight
By the way, skins and themes belong in the "THM" folder on your network share; not the CFG folder. Same with cover art - i.e it belongs in the "ART" folder. If you're using an internal HDD, skins and themes belong in +OPL/THM. By default, OPL is supposed to create the +OPL partition automatically on an internal HDD but sometimes it doesn't. You'll need to use uLE to create the partition manually if that's the case.
yep. OPL didnt create it on mine so i had to use uLE to create a +OPL partition. made mine 256Mb can always extend it if needed.
Originally Posted by Bat Rastard
OPL creates only the CFG folder automatically,it doesn't create the partition(don't have such feature).
You have to create the partition yourself with the size you want and when OPL see that such partition exist,it creates the CFG folder.