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2tb hd in ps2 –
Apparently does not work...
HD's show up in a few things as negative gigabytes...Tried formatting in HDL, failed...Can't seem to get this to format properly to load anything on it...Any ideas?
Here's a pic using uLaunchElf...Other PC apps pretty much show the same thing...
Format that sucker with WINHIIP.. I have a 1.5TB, and it works fine..
2TB is not supported I used a utility called HDAT to force size to show up as 1.5 TB and it works now...
EDIT: I thought it worked apparently not. 1.5TB STILL shows up as negative gigabytes. Not sure how yours magically works? Trying 1TB now.
EDIT 2: 1TB works fine...going to increment to see the largest I can go...
Yea, the cap is 1TB. Not sure how you formatted 1.5TB.
EDIT 3: Tested formatting 1.2TB in PS2...failed.
Last edited by Neptune1988; 10-12-2010 at 01:55 AM.
djflexmaster79 what kind are you using, id like to maybe buy one
He is lying...ps2 will not properly recognize a partition over 1tb in size.
I DIDN'T SAY 2TB would work...... I said 1.5TB..
Originally Posted by djflexmaster79
And call me a liar? I've been modding for a hell of a long time, I know what the hell I'm talking about..
Why would DJFlexMaster lie? Google it. There are a couple of reports of people using 1.5 TB drives.
What would he have to gain from lying?
>1TB does not work. The file system does not recognize the table entries properly and it causes data corruption. The current softwares would need to be updated to allow it to work.
There are NO reports of 1.5TB working, and if there are there are no pictures or videos to prove it. I forced my HDA on my HD to allow 1TB, 1.5TB, and 2TB. Nothing more than 1TB works. 1.1TB = FAIL. It will not format nor recognize in any software. I have other people that have tested.
Now if this is TRUE. Post a video or screenshot. Using the excuse you have been modding for a long time is really pointless in this argument. Pics or it didn't happen
do you know the brand/ model number of your ps2's internal hd? im looking at upgrading.
Originally Posted by Neptune1988
One simple answer to you for that comment, "SCREW YOU"...
Figure it out on your own...