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Works ok in linux. Thanks!
im having trouble with fifa 2010 after i patch and burn the game loads but it shakes up and down over and over again and wont stay normal can someone help
my ps2 is the original fat one
used dvd decryptor to burn at x1 speed
^ your probably trying to run the pal version on an ntsc system or vice versa try patching it first then burning ( and i dont mean esr i mean palfix)
thank you so much
Originally Posted by dangwoot
Which is when ?
Originally Posted by ffgriever
I'm trying play Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance [NTSC] [SLUS_200.35] using ESR, but the process stop in the pink screen.
Is this game compatible with ESR?
Can anyone explain me what does each color means?
I have ESR on ELF on my memory card in the boot folder and when I run my game I get the ESR Screen but it takes me to uLaunch ELF. When I run ESR.elf from there it just freezes at a black screen.
I have never used ESR before, but since my expansion port broke I can't use HD Loader
Have you tried the 3 ESR mode ?
If an attempt to boot a disc first launches an ESR elf and then launches uLaunchELF (aka: uLE), then it is very clear to me that you are using the wrong ESR elf.
Originally Posted by MPG187
Some people mistakenly believe that the file named "ESR beta r9b mcard.elf" from the ESR release package is named so because it is to be stored on MC. But that is wrong since they are all intended for storage on MC. The specific thing with that elf, and why it has that name, is that it does NOT start any game disc, but instead starts a program from MC.
To be specific it starts "mc0:/BOOT/BOOT.ELF", which normally is uLE.
And since that is exactly what happens to you, the case is clear.
That kind of launch is useful for those cases where you want to activate ESR drivers without starting any game disc, so that homebrew programs can access the contents of ESR-patched data discs. (For videos, emulator ROM collections, or whatever.) Thus it is a very useful elf to save somewhere using its original name. But it is NOT suitable as the main ESR.ELF file in the BOOT folder. So you simply need to replace that elf file with one that can boot a game disc.
Only two different files are suitable for use as "mc0:/BOOT/ESR.ELF":
One of them is originally named "ESR_GUI_test2.elf" and was the default ESR.ELF in the old FMCB 'Nooby Install Package'.
The other is "ESR beta r9b dvdv direct.elf" from the ESR release package, and the default ESR.ELF of the new FMCB 'Nooby Install Package'. (This is the one I've always used myself.)
Best regards: dlanor