If you can compile the loader, you can start it with an ELF-Launcher, but you CAN't boot it from another device or even without any storage-device.
Originally Posted by rayerhak
Of course. It starts automatically, once the PS2 is power on and FMCB is installed on MC + MC is inserted...
what i mean is can i make the freemcboot as the default boot of my ps2
Sorry, but I can't believe that.
cause i have a friend he took his ps2 to someone and he installed the freemcboot as the default boot and now its booting without a memory card
Nope,... Not possible without any kind of modchip, or softmod on MC.
or usb disk or a cd just when you turn on the ps2 the freemcboot comes
Even if you would use a modchip and some tricks, to load a decrypted loader from another device it still is no "straight booting".
FMCB/"Free MemoryCard Boot?
directly so what im asking is this a modchip i have to buy or i can
install it on my own and how plz ????????
It is not a modchip [a.k.a. "hardmod"], but a software which gets installed on MC [a.k.a. "softmod"] (to explain it in an easy way).
It's freely available for download, so you won't have to pay for it and that's what it is intended for, like the "Free" in it's name implies.
Even thought there are a few "Shops" which rip-off their customers, because they sell MCs with FMCB pre-installed [often a lot overpriced, or they even claim it is "their new product, which is so easy to handle... Just Plug-In..." and so on... -.- ], most of those people which want that kind of stuff do use the volunteer-services (here or in other boards), or install it on their own.
You can make FMCB-Installations for your Friends and family-members on your own and it is actually very simple.
Just read more about it in the Free McBoot-Tutorials linked on the top of every forum.
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