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Exist this application for ps2?
Exist this application for ps2? –
Hi all,was wondering if there is any kind of "file manager" app for ps2, i know i can with ule from usb to mc, but i would like to copy files from usb to usb,i know it would be ridiculously slow, but when i go town i dont have any way to manage files thx!
You can do that with ULE too.
Just expect some deadly freeze when copying big files.
Isnt realistic to do that, it takes DAYS to move a big file if you are lucky.
To move saves no problem.
When using 2 USB devices with uLE, you have to first go into mass: and then return out to the File Browser main screen, then the other USB device will be available. Then you can transfer between them.
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well i am so dumb, after losing 1-2 hours on google, with no result, now i realize than on ule there is mass: and mass1:...... but i swear mass1 wasnt there before!!!!! btw how much time could it take to move 300mg? thx for help what a time waste i did
mass1: won't show up until you go into mass:
Given that the PS2 has USB 1.1, copying 2400Mbit (300MByte) of data will take 200 seconds minimum, and as that is calculated from the raw bandwidth capability of USB 1.1, it will likely take longer (USB 1.1 can only manage 12Mbit/s transfer and that is not including overhead, and I haven't tested actual throughput of copying between two USB sticks). It will still be faster than writing to a MC though, those things make USB 1.1 seem fast as hell =P
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Just in case some1 cares, i tested it myself, i got episode of 180mg in 18 mins, isnt that much time obviously for transfer 200gb it can take till next year
The average large-file writing speed to thumb-drives (good SanDisk ones) is appx 175 KByte/s, with lower values for lower quality drives. Somewhat higher speed is possible in writing to a good USB HDD, but still nowhere near the theoretical USB 1.1 limit.
Originally Posted by killusnow
Assuming a generous average transfer rate of 200KByte/s would result in appx 15 minutes for 180 MByte, so your drive was a bit slower than that. (All are, as 200KB/s is an overly generous estimate.)
Going to the example of LocalH, 300MB would take around 25 minutes rather than the 200 seconds (3min 20 sec) that he guessed at.
Finally the 200 GB you mentioned above would take appx 1 MegaSecond which comes to a little over 291 hours or a little over 12 days. So it would definitely get done before next year, but not really fast enough to feel very meaningful.
All of the estimates above are overly generous in speed, as the real average transfer speed is most likely somewhere in the range 150-190 KB/s instead. But the examples serve to illustrate the principle, which is that the PS2 is not at all well suited for transfer of large data amounts over the USB interface, though it is capable of doing the job.
Such copying should simply be done on a PC instead, and preferably one with USB2 (which all modern ones should have today).
Best regards: dlanor