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fmcb tough for me –
please am confused with this fmcb stuff,please what should i do to be able to make fmcb display from a hard dics,when i insest into may usb port on my ps2
like me, and everyone talks about, the first thing to know is which model of your ps2 and has a chip or not?
this to know if you can, and how to launch the FMCB installer.
the mode no is SCPH-77004,pal and please i dont know how to find out if it has chip or not.
if your ps2 play backup, he has. And so it is very easy to install freemcboot, as your PS2 is compatible.
if your ps2 read backups, just burn a CD with uLaunchELF or freemcboot and start the installation. with the files on a CD or USB.
but if your ps2 can not read backups will have to use swap.
check out the installation methods Free McBoot Home
simplest method to get FMCB installed is to use one of the installers in europe. will only cost you postage. check out the installers thread in the FMCB forum.
Originally Posted by lord raiden
now, FMCB does not actually play any games itself. it does allow you to run homebrew which happen to play games. it changes the on screen display and allows for extra choices.
in the std setup in the noobie package thes are SMS, HDLoader ESR and uLE. HDLoader is mostly replaced by OPL now but there is the odd game or two that still needs it....
OPL is the best solution as it can play games from either an internal HDD in the case of the older fat PS2 as well as USB and NETWORK
there are several ways to get FMCB installed on your MC however unless you already have 007 agent under fire then it is cheaper to post off your card than to buy a disk....
you PS2 is a slim so i suggest OPL as the best non disk method. you can patch your backups and play them through ESR . USB is ok but can be slow especially on FMV.
136 installs , last on 16-NOV-2013
PS2 50002 PAL Silver
+ Network Adaptor + 500 Gig
Hitachi IDE + FMCB 1.8b
PS2 79002 PAL
Slim Unmodded FMCB 1.8b
black CFW 6.60 B10 PhotoFast 5400 with 2 x 8 Gig micro SDHC