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CogSwap Troubles –
Alright. I apologize in advance if this is already covered in another thread, but i didn't see that as the case. =\ I looked up Cogswap on the search feature but didn't find a single thread answering my questions.
I've successfully completed the exploit, and have been running a number of Elfs off the memory card. For one reason or another though, the CogSwap that came with the pack (as well as a different copy i installed myself through FTP) do not work. I use Devil may Cry (1) for the ToC disc, then try swapping with a DVD-R backup. (I'm using a PnP key for swapping rather than a slide card, if that matters.) So far, it has never booted the disc.
All other threads i found about cogswap all mention how to do it, then it magically works for the user. I've been very careful in following the directions, but to no avail. =( Any suggestions?
(i've also been considering trying out PS2OS, since that also has it's own swap proggy. Thoughts?)
To anyone who reads and/or responds, thanks for your time.
Specs used :
Playstation 2, v3. (with PnP key installed)
PS2 Network Adapter + 10GB Hard drive ( The X-Box default hard drive)
16 MB PS2 memory card
Last edited by DaedalusIkari; 01-09-2006 at 04:37 AM.
I think your trouble is the pnp key. It is only compatible for ver 4-7 and you have a ver 3
Not true. The pnp key i bought was advertised as v3. (Nevermind that they're not sold anymore. ¬_¬ but i KNOW the pnp key works considering that i've run dozens of backups off of it (using swapmagic 3.6). In any case, the pnp key doesn't have a problem. Maybe cogswap just doesn't like it?
Is it just Devil May Cry that doesn't boot
This could very much be the case. I've only tried using DMC because of the high TOC. (The game is so damn big). I'll test out another disc when i get done with classes today.