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questions about external drive
questions about external drive –
Okay, so i got a new usb hard drive (Toshiba 500 gb). It came fat32 formatted and reads fine on the ps2 (running through powered 4 port hub). It is recognized as mass and not hdd. Is there something i need to do to get it recognised as such or would i be able to install my games to the drive even though it is recognized as mass? Info on which program to use would be nice though i would like to install from either iso or disk. as i have a few games that no longer read but i dont mind burning for install. And can i install esr patched games or do i have to unpatch. Thanks in advance for the help i want to get this right.
Originally Posted by iamwizzdome
All USB drives will be seen as mass.
Use this program right here : http://sites.google.com/site/ps2tuto...edirects=0&d=1
To install games to your USB HDD.
ESR patched games will still work installed..
The HDD directory on uLE usually refers to an internal HDD (hooked up via network adapter or HDCombo in v12 cases)
It's only natural for it to search for MASS since you are hooking it up to a USB device.
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okay got the usb util and it looks simple though i am probably not getting something right. Do i need to make a specific folder for installed games? when i tried to install game from iso it finished with error cant be read or something to that effect. Does not show up on game list. Using usb advance it detects the drive but it says no games are installed. I haven't tried from disk yet though i managed to burn god of war since my copy wont read anymore. I have learned that it loads fine from esr patch however it freezes at the start. I also have learned that if i take out the memory card and boot with SM it plays fine. Wondering if this could have something to do with it as some things read fine with exploit card and others give me trouble. could it be my card any input as to what i an doing wrong here would be helpful thanks!