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V10 SCPH-50001 with Network adapter SCPH-10281 500 G HD
PSP 3000 9G 6.20 PRO CFW Perm
Unofficial FMCB v1.8C OPL self compiled HD and SMB preferred
Is how all good gaming systems came to be
Originally Posted by kraxyk
the majority that says "PATCH CABLE", are common cables and not crossover cables. eg. many common and tie cables xbox say "STP or UTP PATCH CABLE".
Originally Posted by LopoTRI
with so many settings already made suggest that your problem is that one of your your cable is not a crossover, or is broken.
whereas, OPL only works with crossover in direct connection.
make sure the ends of your cable pairs have reversed: Crossover Cable
Ok so my cable ends match, ergo I don't have a crossover cable which is the root of my problem. I can get one today but where can you get them? I checked walmart and best buy but I don't see them in the stores.
I never bought it, I always make my cable network. just crimp plier, RJ45 plugs and UTP cable (most common).
Originally Posted by kraxyk
but you may request any computer store to make the cable for you. (something like 2 minutes.)
Thank you. Okay so following LoopTRI's instructions, what is the share name for the folder? Also, what should my computer's ip be, and what should the settings read inside of opl? I have bought a crossover cable, but still no games show up.
Hey, also when going back through some tutorials, it is said that OPL will make the VMC folder and it didn't.
So make what i wrote before to test it.
Make a folder on your PC, name it PS2TEST, put the CD/DVD-folders with the games in, share it with "everyone" and "read/write" permissions but donīt change the share-name.
Then look for your IP of your wifi., and look you have "HOME-NETWORK" and not "PUBLIC-NETWORK"
If your wifi has e.g: 192.168.0.21 then set the PC-LAN-IP: 192.168.0.150, NETMASK: 255.255.255.0, GATEWAY: <empty>
If your wifi has e.g: 192.168.1.21 then set the PC-LAN-IP: 192.168.1.150, NETMASK: 255.255.255.0, GATEWAY: <empty>
On PS2 you set:
If your PC has 192.168.0.150 then you set:
If your PC has 192.168.1.150 then you set:
Set on OPL settings (configuration) the "ETH-Start-Mode" to "MANUAL", save changes, browse to "ETH", press "X" to start the network and look if your games come up in the list....
Hello all, so I've moved into a new house where I have the ability to set up a router connection. So, my laptop is set up on wifi with the ip being 192.168.1.2(assigned by router). On the ps2 it is set up as 192.168.1.10. When the ps2 is on and running the router notices the device is connected. I even tested that the network is configured properly by playing a multiplayer game. I have shared the folder with CD/DVD folders and games as PS2SMB. I have configured the opl to look for that share name. But when I hit x to start the device it does not find the two iso games that are in the DVD folder. What could be wrong.
What format did you use to name your ISO's ? this is very important.
Red = SLUS / SLES / SCES etc etc
Green = Game number
Blue = Name
Example: SLES_549.45.Dragon Ball Z.iso