I cant thank that dude enough for getting me started and the rest of you guys old and new.
If youre not too keen on SwapMagic, then hold tight as Ill be finishing a tutorial using a different method within the next fortnight.Hey pocket69 Dude really?Yeah i may sound a bit dell client system update folder like an ass, and yeah this forums are for learning, but you don't seem to want to learn much, you go straight away asking without trying to learn by yourself, also a forum is for learning as you said.Well it can.Personally id get a fat with network card if you wanna play from hard rive it's a lot faster and reliable.Results 1 to 4.Also, is there any way to save a ps2 game to my usb flash drive or my usb external hard drive and play/launch them from there?Reply With", 05:53 PM #3, well it depends if you have a fat or slim, if you have a slim your pretty much bugged for reading from hard rive, you can run through USB but it's pretty crap because USB.0.Tags for this Thread, posting Permissions, all times are GMT -4.
Reloading the OSD from within the OSD triggers a full reload of fmcb, because the protokernel OSDs seem to become really unstable after a few resets.
This is not intended to offend you is more like to tell you to stop being lazy, before you made that question have you wondered how many people have already made it?
eussNL judge: so why did you torrent 5 million AVI of women moaning eussNL TizzyT i dont judge if it sounds good i listen Reply With", 09:59 PM #8 Originally Posted by Pockets69 yeah i may sound a bit like an ass, and yeah this.Furthermore, if your friend wants to have it you can place it on their card using your own.Some IRX modules (x and x) have been removed (superceded by code that runs from the EE, like their Sony originals).Now, enough of what fmcb is, heres the fmcb.9 change list taken directly from.The embedded eeload module has been cleaned up, and loads at 0x00082000 instead (Like rom0:eeload does).For those of you who do not know, fmcb is a softmod for the PS2 that allows one to run homebrew applications (including but not limited to various loaders, ftp clients and emulators) and play backups of their games through either a disc based medium.
SP193s post over at PSX-Scene.
If you have a fat then your in luck, first you need to get your self a network card they cost around 40 quid on eBay and your self a comparable internal hard rive, then you can play from hard rive, if you want.