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Problem ETH –
I'm using OPL0.9 (from the sticky thread).
I'm trying to play via Ethernet some games, but I can't get it to list any games.
I was using it before, but after sometime without using it, today I tried to use it and it simply didn't list any games (using OPL 0.8), but it did wonderfully before.
Saw that version 0.9 was released, so I downloaded and installed it.
Now, it is always giving me Error 300, I've checked every single setting and I can't find the problem.
I'm using Windows XP to share a folder that is in a NTFS drive, via a cross-cable, using the ART/CD/DVD/VMC folder structure (ISOs).
Can you please give me a hand here? It was working well some time ago...
I would make sure your server is still active and your shares are correct first maybe one or the other has changed
V10 SCPH-50001 with Network adapter SCPH-10281 500 G HD
PSP 3000 9G 6.20 PRO CFW Perm
Unofficial FMCB v1.8C OPL self compiled HD and SMB preferred
Is how all good gaming systems came to be
I can ping the PS2, so I guess the connectivity is correct...
I also had some really weird problem(I'm on XP too and my PS2 is directly connected to my second lan card)
Everything was set correctly and I was able to play over network without problems but at some point something happen(no idea what)and no matter what,the game list was never loaded(this was before those error messages were added)
So in the end I create a new folder with different name(SMB only,the old one was PS2SMB(creating a new folder with the same name didn't fix the problem)),move all of the folders from the old one to the new one,share the folder and edit the share folder name in the OPL settings.Then save=>restart and like a magic the list appeared
I guess I already tried that and still, nothing works
Got it to work finally!!
What I did:
1) Defrag the HDD on my PC.
2) Changed Shared Folder name.
3) Change config on PS2.
Et voilá! It Works!!
Fragmented games over SMB can't in any way make the games to not appear...even changing a text file extension to iso and adding the correct naming will show the "image" into the game list.
You basically did the same thing as me but at first you said that it didn't fix the problem.