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OPL and USBExtreme
OPL and USBExtreme –
Now, I understand how both of these work but I was wondering, is the soul use of USBExtreme to make it possible to add games that are over 4gb or does the program have to be used on every game.
Final Fantasy 12 is over 4gb so it can't be transfered to FAT32 External HDD
SSX Tricky is 2.7gb so it can be transfered to FAT32 external HDD
For games less than 4GB in size you may use ISO format directly, there is a special method to name the ISO:
Official OPLv0.8 User Guides
or he can just install the games using usbutil...
Originally Posted by GillBert
Why he should make it difficult when itīs easy?
Originally Posted by kadorna2
And itīs not the answer he searched....
No the program donīt need to be used on every Game. Itīs your choice if you want it. So GillBert wrote it.....
Originally Posted by Jufinda
The USBExtreme/USBUtil are made to install the games in the beginning of homebrew. There was no .iso support in USBAdvance (first game-loader), therefore you just had to install it.
But now with the newer homebrew OPL that supports .iso, you donīt need it.....
USBUtil installs the games in 1GB chunk files, ALL games above 4 GB are, at least, installable using USBUtil, even DVD9 images, which you can't play from usb otherwise. It isn't dificult at all to use it.
Originally Posted by LopoTRI