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Question about swap trick.
Question about swap trick. –
I'm waiting for my copy of 007 auf to arrive so I can softmod my ps2 but I was just wondering about something with the swap trick. Does my usb drive need to be empty before I put the noobie package on it? I was just wondering because I only have one usb drive and it has a lot of stuff on it. Also does it matter what version of ULE I use?
no your drive does not have to be empty as long as its already in FAT32 format. if that wernt the case, you could always copy it over and copy it back.
it doesnt matter much on what version i dont think, as long as it works then you should be able to use it, but sometimes with programs like these and different ps2 models you might have to try multiple versions.
Last edited by goombah111; 12-05-2012 at 12:22 AM.
Ok thanks. I was thinking I might as well use the newest version of uLE with the noobie package. In the noobie package changes text file it says: Updated: uLE to 4.42a (Beta), so I guess that means I could use uLE 4.42a with it. Does this mean I can't use uLE 4.42b though?
there are only minor changes from 4.42a to b. probly not going to affect your compatibility. i would just try with the one in the tutorial on FMCB website, or watever tutorial you are using. you can use any version to try and if its gonna work at all itll probly work with any version. but nobody can say for sure so just do some more research and try some different methods.
I ended up just using the version of uLE that was in the guide I was using like you said. I used uLE 4.11 and the swap trick worked on the first try. Should I just keep uLE 4.11 now or is there any reason I should update it to the newest version? If so how would I go about updating uLE.
as long as everything works for you it probly isnt necessary to update but to update you would just have to re-do what you did for 4.11 but use the newest version, search google. official is good and there are good unofficial ones, its hard to go wrong.