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List index out of bounds??
List index out of bounds?? –
Hi when I use USB util 2.0 it says list index out of Bounds.
But when I use v1.2 it creates .cfg files.
Does it really matter about the different versions?
Is there a way I can bypass this error or fix it. I'm running Win 7 on my PC.
first make sure you USB HDD/USB is formatted to FAT32
second make sure you are running UBS Util By ISEKO as an Administration/Compatibility run as Win XP SP2/SP3 .
Ok will do, but do you have any idea what the error message means "list index out if bounds"
And does it matter which version I use cos the 1.2 USB util creates them fine where as the newer one gives the error message. I'll let you
Know if it works after I've tested it.
Last edited by ish2008; 03-25-2013 at 09:12 AM.
Ok so I've done what youve asked, and usb util 2.0 displays the list of games, but whenever i select create game from iso I always get the same error message 'list index out of bounds'
how did you made the ISO from a game ?
and where did you get the ISO ?
please post more info about making an ISO of your Game.
So here's what I done I got the Iso of the game
And then I used the older version of USB util v.1.2 to create the .cfg files by just clicking on create game from ISO. What I'm saying is that
I can create the files when using an older version however when I use a newer version V.2.0 it gives me that's error message, so basically
What I'm trying to say is that does it matter which version I use as long as I can create the .cfg files.
The Fmv freeze on ops2 loader 0.8 should I update to 0.9.1 so the FMV's don't freeze.
If you can understand what I mean, and point me in the right direction that will be great.
well i think its the ISO itself the problem.not sure about that .
and i suggest you make an ISO of the Original Game again via IMGBURN and then try to install it to your USB HDD again .
What about the freezing of the FMV should I update open ps2 loader to 0.9.1 so that it doesn't freeze