PS1/2 Using OpenPS2Loader via Network?

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I've got OpenPS2Loader 0.9.1 and I'm trying to load games via network, (I have a router.) I setup the configuration and everything, but the OPL menu has no option to browse for games. How am I supposed to browse for my games??? :huh:
 

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It's actually far more recommended to connect directly to a PC rather than go through a router, but that's besides the point - what steps have you taken so far in configuring the network? Do you have a prepared Network Share for SMB? Did you set up anything in OPL yet? Did you name the folders where you keep the images correctly?
 

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It's actually far more recommended to connect directly to a PC rather than go through a router, but that's besides the point - what steps have you taken so far in configuring the network? Do you have a prepared Network Share for SMB? Did you set up anything in OPL yet? Did you name the folders where you keep the images correctly?

Yes, I created the share and everything. It's called PS2SMB. I put in the IPs & etc. in the network config on the OPL menu too.
 

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Yes, I created the share and everything. It's called PS2SMB. I put in the IPs & etc. in the network config on the OPL menu too.

Can you write down the values on PC-side and on OPL-side here? Text will do, no need for photos and don't worry about the IP, it's all done over LAN anyways.
 

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OPL:
192.168.1.0
255.255.255.0
192.168.1.1

PC side:
192.168.1.47
255.255.255.0
192.168.1.1
port:445

I followed this guide:
http://versatile1.wordpress.com/201...ion-2-ps2-using-openps2loader-a-novice-guide/

I'm running Windows 7 Pro 32-bit on my PC, and the only step I didn't do in that guide was changing the IP stuff on the IPv4 settings in windows, because that would have interfered with my internet connection.
 
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