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WinHIIP can't find SLES?
WinHIIP can't find SLES? –
The image I have is CDI, I used Dameon to mount but there is no SLES. I tried converting the mount to bin and cue and WinHIIP can load it but the SLUS/SLES field is empty so it can't detect what it is...
Uh which files is the SLES? (Rez btw)
If WinHIIP doesn't detect the SLES then open the .CDI and check what the SLES is and put that in the WinHIIP
CC1.1 v7 PS2
Read second part of sentence one.
Some discs don't use any SLUS file (or SCUS or SLES etc.), but if they are bootable on a PS2 at all, they should still contain a SYSTEM.CNF file. If you open that file in a text editor you should find a command line starting with the string "BOOT2". It is normally the first line in the file, but sometimes the second.
Originally Posted by DiabloTerrorGF
Btw: The purpose of that line, and the reason HDL is interested in it, is that it defines what program will be launched to boot the game. The standard for SYSTEM.CNF is inherited from PS1, which used the command string "BOOT =", whereas "BOOT2 =" is reserved for PS2.
Normally the full line will look something like this:
"BOOT2 = cdrom0:\SLUS_209.88;1" (but excluding the quotes of course)
But for some cases there is no normal SLUS file and it might look like this:
BOOT2 = cdrom0:\PSMS2.ELF;1
For those cases the name to use in place of the SLUS code is whatever you have between "cdrom0:\" and ";1". In this example that is "PSMS2.ELF".
Possibly there are other types of bootable discs too, but as you havent described the precise contents of your disc, it's hard to advice you about it. Hopefully the info I gave here is enough, but if not, then supply more info with your next question.
Best regards: dlanor
Here's the list... and no system file...
CDI image eh, your sure this version of rez isn't the dreamcast version right. Looks like it might be from that file list
im neely 100% sure that isnt a ps2 game
Yip, I've confirmed it. This is indeed a Dreamcast version of Rez. I used ISO Buster to generate the same FileList.txt output and they are virtually identical. The only difference between my FileList.txt and DiabloTerrorGF's is I have "0A_DMY.DAT" as the first line and he has "000ECH.000" as his first file in the list. I know this works in my DC, because I've played it many times.
Here is my FileList.txt from my DC Rez game:
Hardware: PS2 v7 (GH-022) NTSC | Crystal Chip 2.0 Pro SLE | Sony Network Adapter | 300GB Segate HDD
Software: uLaunchELF 4.40 | HDLoader 0.8c | HDL_Dump 0.8.6+GUI | SMS 2.9 (Rev.3)
My Projects: uLaunchELF - skins/template | skin template readme | documentation (contributor)
0129590 , E:\1ST_READ.BIN <-- Is a dead give away
Thanks guys. It's labeled "PS2"