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Discussion in 'Sony PlayStation 1 & 2' started by nukeboy95, Nov 14, 2010.

Nov 14, 2010

opl by nukeboy95 at 1:54 AM (1,074 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. nukeboy95
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    i just got free mcboot 4 my ps2. i download opl (open ps2 loader) and i got a gameshark iso. i patch it and put it on my 4gd flash-dive i put in my ps2 and load it wth ulauncchelf and my games dont show up
    i all so tried dbz infinite world i patch both games with memento dice patcher
     
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    OPL will not play patched games.
    Use ESR disc patcher to patch games you are gonna burn and use with ESR.
    I don't know where you got memento from, its outdated.
     
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    oh and i tried that that 2
     
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    When you burn games, then your laser needs to be better than it needs to be when reading retail discs. Also on some ps2 models, you might need to bitset DVD+R to DVD-R(DVD-R can't be bitsetted and there's no need). You want the best burns possible when you plan to play more than 2 hours per week.

    As for Open PS2 Loader usb loading, you need to have the games in the usb advance format in the latest official version. Also the games must not be fragmented, so you need to format the drive and then install the game to your usb storage.
     

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