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need help with exploiting ps2 please
need help with exploiting ps2 please –
I have a scph-75001 ps2 model, a usb device and gameshark, ps1 ps2 cd-r dvd-r disks no matter what it seems there is absolutely no way for me to explot my ps2, can you prove me wrong please?
(I already blocked all my sensors, my warranty was already up so I dont care)
Yes, but there is not a single way for me to install it, I cant find a way to do it with my model...
ps1 trigger exploit with gameshark
ps1 trigger exploit with gameshark –
I need some help I have a fatty pst scph-30001 R [v4?(the one without the extra screw)]
im using gameshark v1.2 to install the exploit
the problem is when I get it on there, even if I overwrite the data a new 'Your SystemConfiguration' is already there, and the exploit is labeled Corupted data
attached is the file(s) that im using... they are both the same, I would also like you to know I know how to make a title.db, and if im correct, it wont work if the exploit is corrupted data...
please help me
Edit: I am using the ulaunchelf boot.elf to load and install fmcb from usb, im sorry if this is the wrong section.
I dont know how to do this as my gameshark FORCES the drive open when I try to boot a gamedisc, and when I close the tray it tries loading the disc, I dont know though, can I put this on a cd-r and try it? EDIT: yes I can
EDIT: I still need help, if I force the disc drive to not open it will continue to run gameshark, if I try to load it with gameshark like a normal disc it will stick at normal disk and do nothing (because of the missing line of code where my CD+R drive refuses to write
Last edited by hlm; 11-09-2008 at 05:14 PM.
exploitsender with gameshark?
exploitsender with gameshark? –
has anyone ever been able to do this? im using a fatty ps2 scph-30001R and gameshark v1.2 and for some reason I cant get this to work in any way shape or form...
has anyone been able to do this?
Use your first method but first using just the PS2 browser, delete the system config file, then try it again.
Originally Posted by hlm