Okay. I understand your problem.
nPort also has a problem like this.
Here's what's up. Sony's built in browser does not support reading a folder in a foler, or deleting a folder within a folder.
When you have mcloader installed on your card, via cogswaploader (which I use, it's really nice, cuz it loads cogswap, I put in my divx DVD/CD, authenticate it, then hit square to load mcloader from the memcard, which loads the mediaplayer, which plays the DIVX. All too elegant...)
or cd boot, whenever you add an application to the list, like pgen or pukklink or naplink, it creates a folder inside the folder.
Here it is graphically.
Now, the sony browser is too stupid to know how to delete the folder within a folder, and also, if you try to use nport to take a backup of the ps2reality save on the card, it hangs. Neither of these programs can handle folders within folders. They just wern't expecting it.
The PS2 Browser won't let you COPY the ps2reality save either.
Oh, and when the ps2 browser says 'CORRUPTED FILE' -- that means it can't find an icon inside the save folder. You can add one with nport.
(Like metal gear solid pictures, or the ps2reality save if it's created by mcloader 1.0 -- 1.1 and ps2mediaplayer both give it an icon.)
Hope this has answered some questions.
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