It sounds absurd, but has happened to several people around here (Including me).
Well, all OPL versions before 0.6 gives a white screen, and all OPL versions after 0.5 gives yellow screen ? this is absurd!
If you don't believe me, then leave the issue as it is (I only wanted to tell you that, not make trouble).
But I've got to say: It only occurs for certain USB devices, not only cheap ones (Kingston devices too?).
Only the FAT layer? I thought that you've also removed the code that handles partition handling as well (Inside the integrated USBHDFSD module)?
The most important part is that I removed the FAT layer.
I'm sorry too. I wished I could be more direct... but my hardware (And my schedule in real life) prevents me from debugging your code (I'm not as experienced as you are! I only started coding for the PS2 in the first quarter of 2009).
All that I see is that you every time get back on this to talk about PS2ESDL, without giving any reliable information... which is sad.
Hence I felt that the best way I could help was to offer you the source, hoping that maybe you'll find some difference in OPL's USB functions (And also rip the possibly "smaller" EE core out in the process).
If you feel threatened (Or offended), I'm honestly really sorry. I'll stop posting on this issue now then (Seriously).
Frankly I don't know why, but ever since you've found out that PS2ESDL was being developed you seem hostile towards me (Or maybe it's because of my way of interpreting your messages).
I just want to make peace (And am also willing to stop posting about this if you want, shifting my stuff somewhere else).
If I'm wrong (And it was just a misunderstanding), I'm sorry. Please pretend that nothing had happened then.
All the best to accomplish those.
I'm currently myself too busy, working at making OPL compatible with 10K, and fixing my MC drivers to work with uLE.
SCPH-10000 S. MINOKAMO v1.01 (Defunct)
SCPH-10000 S. KISARAZU v1.00 (faulty)
SCPH-15000 S. KOHDA (With warranty seal!) :D
DESR-5100 S. EMCS