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Insuffient Space Error While Installing FMCB on SCPH77004 Slim PS2
Insuffient Space Error While Installing FMCB on SCPH77004 Slim PS2 –
Hi, I have a slim PS2 #SCPH77004
I have a MATRIX Modchip Infinity version 1.95 in it.
I am trying to install FMCB in my Sony 8MB MC. Its all working fine untill I reach the FMCB install menu. Whn I am trying to install it I am getting an error which tells me that I dont have enough space to install FMCB. I am using a 4GB Tanscend Pen Drive for installation and I also have a uELF dic inside the PS2 which is taking me to the uELF menu and then to the FMCB Menu.
I have 7.3MB free on my MC and in the error it says that it needs 171.8MB to install FMCB on my MC.
Please help !!!
check the install directories for files that should not be there. a std FMCB noobie package is only 2.1Mb in size using the 75kb slim dvd file......
136 installs , last on 16-NOV-2013
PS2 50002 PAL Silver
+ Network Adaptor + 500 Gig
Hitachi IDE + FMCB 1.8b
PS2 79002 PAL
Slim Unmodded FMCB 1.8b
black CFW 6.60 B10 PhotoFast 5400 with 2 x 8 Gig micro SDHC
Hey thanks man ^
That solved the issue. I accidentally copied an episode of Big Bang Theory in the Install folder ... it got installed but there is just one thing now... I dont have any option for USB Advance or USB Extreme in my menu and I dont have their elf files in my noob package... any idea if I am missing something here... or if they are not necessary ?
Those USB game loaders have never been a standard part of the noobie package.
Originally Posted by swapnilnarendra
And today they are also completely obsolete, so there is no reason to add them manually.
What you should add, if you don't already have it is OPL (== Open PS2 Loader), since this replaces most of the older game loaders. All in fact except ESR, since ESR uses a backup medium that OPL can not use (burned DVD-R discs).
But for all other media OPL is now the 'ruling champion' among game loaders, since it has better features and greater compatibility than all others (again excluding ESR). So OPL is the program to use for game backups on internal HDD, external USB drives, or remote SMB servers (any PC will do fine).
You can use the uLaunchELF program (aka: uLE) to copy new program elfs into folders on your MC and then use the FMCB configurator to create launch entries for those programs in the FMCB menu. Or use uLE to launch the programs, using either its quicklaunch menu or its FileBrowser.
Best regards: dlanor
Originally Posted by dlanor
Sorry to hijack, but I have a video on my Youtube page showing how to do that.
YouTube - djflexmaster79's Channel
Just in case you needed to see it..