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Hi there –
First of all, a big thanks, to free mcboot and esr developers. i can run backups of my ps2 games without modechip and swap magic. but i have a few questions
i have a pstwo and i was wondering about a few things. first, is it possible to load cd games? without converting to dvd i mean? what about ps1 games? also, is it possible to use a pen drive like an hd? like, put an iso in a pen drive and load it using some sort of browser or like that? thanks in advance
what about networking the ps2 with the pc and loading the isos of the network? thanks
All of that has been answered all over this forum. This link with kewords will be a godsend when it comes to gathering info.
Just to clarify: What Bootlegninja meant is that you should search the forum for information yourself, before asking questions that we moderators have had to reply to a hundred times or more before your arrival. The constant repetition of elementary answers gets very boring.
Unlike him I have not yet run out of patience for today, so here are a few brief answers.
Only originals. Burned CD discs require modchip or swap methods.
Originally Posted by gtype
Not a chance.
without converting to dvd i mean?
Yes, most modern homebrews can access files on USB and one of the standard utility programs (uLaunchELF) normally installed with FMCB has a generic FileBrowser able to display directories and copy files between them on any PS2 compatible storage devices, which include USB drives.
also, is it possible to use a pen drive like an hd? like, put an iso in a pen drive and load it using some sort of browser or like that?
This is commonly done for playing media files from a PC, and to transfer data between a PC and PS2 storage devices. (One of the FileBrowser devices recognized by uLaunchELF is a networked PC, running a special ps2client program.)
what about networking the ps2 with the pc
No chance. Perhaps with some future application, but not at present.
and loading the isos of the network?
Best regards: dlanor