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i think mcboot installed right...
i think mcboot installed right... –
but i cant gte anything to load right, can someone tell me how to properly burn an iso? cuz ive tried several methods and none work. i just get stuck at a black screen. havin trouble with the snes emu as well. my flash does load under ulaunch, so if anyone can tell me all the files i should have/install to have everything work right id be much obliged. i am getting an external usb hdd in a few days, so itd be good to kno how to get that set up to play games off of.
im now able to get my backups properly loading, but is there a version of esr that will let me play a burned cd? i dont wanna waste a whloe dvd for emulator packs lol
but is there a version of esr that will let me play a burned cd?
Maybe when you get your USB-HDD it works when you make a *.iso and OPL...
i dont wanna waste a whloe dvd for emulator packs lol
sweet sounds like a plan, how good is the linux os thru the ps2? could i run emulators through that? decent web browsing?
Originally Posted by LopoTRI
I have tried the linux, but its too slow cause the PS2 has no enough power, and for browsing i donīt know it....
how good is the linux os thru the ps2? could i run emulators through that? decent web browsing?
For emulators you donīt need linux, there exist some emulators, depends what you want....
i know of emulators for PS2 of:
Commodore Plus 4
ok, and a few general questions, is there a performance or compatibility difference between esr direct, direct off, and mcard? is there a program i can use to translate a japanese game to english? and if so would i do it before or after i esr patch it on my pc? one last question, at least for now, lol. what is everything i need to do to load .iso files from my HDD? i tried movin my GT4 iso to my hdd, and it said the file was too big, it is just over 5gb, but i have an 80gb hdd. is it because its formatted as fat32?
Last edited by chrtylee; 03-07-2012 at 08:59 PM.
Over ESR you claim your laser more then with retail, but speed is good.
is there a performance or compatibility difference between esr direct, direct off, and mcard?
With MC itīs the slowest, cause the speed is terrible.
Over USB is slow, cause PS2 has USB 1.0...
is there a program i can use to translate a japanese game to english?
Of course, the ESR-patching is the last step before you burn....
and if so would i do it before or after i esr patch it on my pc
1. If you want to play over SMB, your HDD can be NTFS, you need Networkcable, share an folder on PC, set in OPL the Network....
what is everything i need to do to load .iso files from my HDD?
2. If you want to play over PS2-USB with your HDD then your HDD must be FAT32.
Then in SMB or USB-HDD you must make some subfolders.....
Read my post here....
http://psx-scene.com/forums/f150/can...03/#post958843 (Can't get SMB to work tried almost everything any ideas?)
Yes itīs because is FAT32....
i tried movin my GT4 iso to my hdd, and it said the file was too big, it is just over 5gb, but i have an 80gb hdd. is it because its formatted as fat32?
For FAT32 HDDīs you have to install games over 4,3GB with USBExtreme/USBUtil_2.0 to the root of your HDD (If you use USB-HDD), and in the root of your share (if you use SMB)....
ok, but is there a difference between esr's direct and direct off modes? they both seem to load disks fine. though i couldnt get gran turismo 4 to load at all, except for the very first screen which is just a disclaimer. is this because i had to use a DL DVD? im probably gonna just use the HDD for media, i have a lot of movies on my pc lol
Originally Posted by LopoTRI
Would you know where to find a GBA emulator? I've searched all over the net, and the most I've found is that some guy was working on it, didn't finish it, and didn't release his source code, and this was all 5+ years ago, and I haven't heard any new news on it.
google emuparadise. anyone kno the best video converting software? i wanna convert the dragonball/z/gt episodes i dl'd to watch on my ps2 hdd. but they are .rfmb or something like that. whoats the fastest way to convert them?
Originally Posted by chessplayerj