Please take note that all PS2ESDL builds that have a version number with "-I" (e.g. v0.817-I) are meant for IEEE1394/Firewire disks, and do not support USB devices.
Originally Posted by LFXiksas
Since you are using a USB disk, please use PS2ESDL v0.816... until v0.820 comes out.
I am trying to combine the PS2ESDL-I (iLink version) and regular/mainstream PS2ESDL series into one unified PS2ESDL release by v0.820, so you shouldn't be confused anymore after that.
I don't know where you can get a USB to Firewire adaptor, but you are probably better off getting a IEEE1394 and USB 2.0 combo enclosure.
Originally Posted by niccoooodu61
I did that, and never had to worry about having a device that can only be used with my PS2.
When I go to school, I can use USB 2.0. When I play on my PS2, I use the IEEE1394 port.
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