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You guys are awesome. Now i completely understand the whole procedure. I am going to try it soon. Before i was too confused but now thanks to you guys especially BOOTLEGNINJA. I understand it.
THANKS ALL AGAIN!!!!!!!!!
Sure, let us know how that works out for ya...
There is one problem. On the site you gave me for the installation. It says that if u have playstation model 7500 or higher. That method will not work. I have 790001
It is just talking about the USB devices (e.g. Flash Drives, Thumb Drives, etc...). I am pretty sure that FMCB will work on your console. Maybe someone with more knowledge will be able to help you more with that.
I know that I installed FMCB on my brother's slim playstation 2. Hopefully someone will be able to help you more. I used a Sandisk cruzer thumb drive and it worked for me after I uninstalled the U3 software.
Last edited by islandgurl33; 03-22-2009 at 02:38 AM.
Reason: Forgot to add something...lol.
With that model u have (79001) u can install FMBC.
Originally Posted by qasa
u only need codebreaker or swapmagic (or an other way to boot homebrew apps) to boot the installer.
Perhaps u have a friend with a hard modded or soft modded ps2 who can help u out?
Oh and please casa, we like helping out .
but no more "pleassssssssssss" and "i need help!!!??????"
it is extremely annoying for everyone here, feels like u are demanding and answer from us. not very polite.
Like others have already stated that comment does not apply to everything.
Originally Posted by qasa
Also, your numbers are all wrong. The model numbers you referred to should properly be shown as SCPH-75000 and SCPH-79001. These PS2 console product codes always have exactly five numerical digits (though other PS2 equipment may have less digits in the code).
The model range limits affecting FMCB installation are (as far as I know) as follows:
model SCPH-100xx (the first PS2) requires extensive additions to installer package to work.
models between SCPH-100xx and SCPH-750xx can use all documented installation methods in the tutorials, though some of those methods require some extra equipment/software (eg: HDL-based methods obviously require HDD + HDLoader disc and so on).
model SCPH-750xx or later are unable to use IDE HDD (no HDL methods), and CodeBreaker is unable to work with USB devices on those models.
model SCPH-900xx with latest bios (which not all have) are entirely unable to use FMCB.
As you can see from the above list, there are many methods still open to an SCPH-79001, though you can't use those based on HDLoader or the use of CodeBreaker to access USB devices. But other cheat devices can do that fine, and the SwapMagic methods also work on these models just as on older ones, and so do various forced disc swapping methods using other means (though I really don't recommend those as you might damage your console).
Best regards: dlanor
Last edited by dlanor; 03-23-2009 at 10:49 AM.
lol broodje at your reply. i was just trying to be polite but i guess i overdid the plzzzz. ok i will not do it again