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Open PS2 Loader gone? –
Okay here's the thing, my OPL was installed by a friend of mine. While in the process of learning it I noticed an item that said "corrupted data" or something to that degree on my memory card. My reaction is "oh this seems bad" so I contact my chum and asked him is it safe to delete it. He said it should be fine although he can't fully recall what it's there for. I decided to go with my gut and wound up deleting it.
Next thing I know Open PS2 Loader dot ELF is gone from my MC0 folder under filemanager. It was installed on my hard drive now it's not there. That's when I realized I made a terrible mistake, boy do I feel silly.
Is there a very simple way to actually place the OPS2L ELF file back in that folder without ruining anything? I checked the memory card again and even though the corrupted data is gone the OPL file save appears just fine. So I'm assuming my games are still on the HDD and settings. How to restore OPS2 would I need to use some sort of elabrate FTP protocal or does it require USB?
My PS2 is equipped with:
Free McBoot Mem Card
External Hard Drive
yeah just download it on a flash drive and copy it back over, easy as that.
what I don't understand is you say it was on your memory card then you say it was installed on your hard drive, deleting the file from your mc shouldn't have any effect of whats on your hdd, but yeah just download it and use ulaunch elf to transfer back over whatever you may have erased.
your actually fortunate that it was opl that you erased and not fmcb or ULE.
If he just placed OPL in custom maded folder without icon(.icn and .sys file),in the memory card browser,this folder will always look like corrupted data.
I'm not sure I quite understand it myself but... I guess what I should have said was the launch files and game installs are on the hard drive while the free mc memory card saved the OPS2L settings? In anycase if it's as simple as that I'll go ahead and use ulaunch to transfer the Ulaunch ELF, thanks.
Originally Posted by NeverGoingBack
I'll report back here if I have any problems.
EDIT: Crisis averted turns out it was on my memory card. Thanks guys.
Last edited by Hard Drive; 02-23-2013 at 01:32 PM.