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Post By LopoTRI
Post By Mr Edge
Post By Mr Edge
Open ps2 can't sense games
Open ps2 can't sense games –
Okay, so, you may have heard of me before getting all the newbie questions out of the way. Here's the thing
I launched the opl elf file, which loads the game. I set my usb reading as auto
I have the game alien hominid in the DVD folder, and it is a iso file. I have properly edited the iso to have the SLUS and all
When i go into ulaunch, and load the elf, it doesnt display my games. What did i do wrong?
Please tell us exact how you named your iso.
Which version of OPL do you use? (In older versions there was a bug, if your *.iso is uppercase *.ISO, then it don´t be displayed in OPL).
So you set USB to "AUTO", do you made "save changes" in OPL settings??
Do you have the right format (FAT32) on your USB???
It's probably irrelevant in this particular case, but it's good to know that OPL 0.8 will also ignore iso files if the game title in the file name is too long. I think the limit is 32 characters - same as UL format.
Example: SCUS_972.31.Arc the Lad - Twilight of the Spirits.iso
OPL 0.9 is less strict regarding file names.
I'd recommend trying the ul_install program. You'll probably have to use it (or an equivalent program) eventually, as the split file format is the only way to intall games >4GB onto a FAT32 USB device.
Uh oh be careful, loopy might criticize and flame you for suggesting something that maybe potentially could perhaps not be relative.
Originally Posted by Mr Edge
Using a game install program would definitely be the best thing to do here... ISOs reported as slower via USB then an installed game, and also the file size is sure to cause some issues for you later on down the line..
Originally Posted by PS456
If that's true, then he's really going to hate this little tidbit:
Originally Posted by usrmd
While using an installer it is recommended for the USB method, watch out when installing CD games.
ul_install (and possibly others) will give you read errors when installing certain CD-based games, such as Contra SS. These errors aren't actually caused by a problem with the disc, but are due to difficulties in converting to ISO format. At some point I'm planning to write a detailed article on the subject for the world's most unloved wiki.
The first time I ran into this problem, I thought I had a bad disc...