Even though i am new to ps2 coding, i have been contemplating these for a while. Every has been saying that it is impossible to install and run psone games on HDL/HDA, due to tha fact that tha software boots up tha ps2 BIOS and not tha from tha psone's.
3 Theories(they will require a modchip)
1. A PSone version of HDL/HDA
could someone make an ISO that boots tha psone BIOS and runs HDL/HDA?(when i say someone, i am not asking anyone to do it for me, i am asking if it could done. A simple yes or no do)
PGEN Concept- i assume that anyone that reads has heard of SEGA Gen/Master system emu for tha ps2. Anyway since tha ps2 doesn't have tha exact same hardware as tha psone(and original) it emulates the psone from tha get-go(start) i was thinking that somebody could make a psone emu that reads ISOs for tha ps2 on the backbone of the PGEN emulator because it can access tha ps2 Harddrive and USB ports. That way anyone that has a computer and Wiinhip can install psone games to their simply by typing tha name and SLUS ID.(if somebody does try this, please make a better SNES Emulator.
3. Finally, an HDL/HDA patch
Every time i browse tha net there is a new HDL/HDA patch released. What i was thinking was that someone could make a patch to the software that adds a new feature/menu to the that says "Boot PSone Game". i know, i know that HDL/HDA CAN'T PLAY PSONE GAMES!!! BUT.... I was thinking that this menu would have that ability to reboot the console, boot tha PSone BIOS, and mount the PSone ISO so it would run as if it were runing off the cd (original/backups) like if it were Deamon Tools or something.
I myself will be constantly working/researching on these theories. If someone is interested in this, please,PLEASE, e-mail me your findings/opinions/other stuff related to this matter. Thanx