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how do i copy file from HDD to Memory card using ulaunchelf
how do i copy file from HDD to Memory card using ulaunchelf –
how do i copy file boot.elf from HDD to Memory card using ulaunchelf i have found the file but not able to copy
Since you have found the file I assume you are already familiar with the basic method of browsing the PS2 devices in the uLE FileBrowser. What you seem to have missed is that this browser also has a number of extra commands accessible in a menu opened by pushing the R1 button. There you can use the cursor keys and select a command for use, in much the same way as you can select programs in the main menu, except that this menu is in a small pop-up dialog box.
Originally Posted by manmeet
If you have the file of interest highlighted when you press the R1 button, then using the command 'Copy' in the pop-up menu will copy the full path of that file (not the file itself) into a temporary invisible clipboard, indicated by a Green LED-like indicator at the top right of the browser screen. That indicator will be visible whenever you have some content in that clipboard. Next you browse to the device and folder where you want the new copy of the file to be placed, and there you again press R1 but this time choose the command 'Paste' in the pop-up menu. That will then start the copying of that file to the current location.
Best regards: dlanor
hey dlanor ..he posted the same guestion if you can merge them ..or delete the other
thanks its done –
I'm only a moderator in the uLE subforum, so here I'll have to leave clean-up tasks to the site admins. In any case, the guy seems happy now, so these threads have done their work already anyway.
Originally Posted by amp2006
Btw: That's some pretty nice 'manual labor' mcBeth did in the site you linked to in the other thread. I wasn't aware of it, and it looks very promising. I hope he completes the work he said he intended to do, putting together a comprehensive manual. The uLE project has needed an updated one for quite a while now.
Best regards: dlanor
thanks dlanor ..i wasnot sure the linking of other sites are allowed here ...
but its seems its .
yeah McBeth did a good job ..