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A question about HD Advance

Discussion in 'PS2' started by toosleepy, Dec 2, 2004.

  1. toosleepy

    toosleepy Member

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    just a quick question. lets say i am playing a game and decided i want to play another game. is there any way i can go back to the load screen to select another game like how the xbox can do. as of now i have to hit the reset button, which put the ps2 in sleep mode and i would have to hit it again to start the system. kind of a hassel. well, if there is a way to get back to the load screen let me know.
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    is there a way? a simple yes or no will do. ...
     
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    no, not possible. you're going to have to stretch for the reset button. unless you get a stick.
     
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    one word...... Remote
     
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    HOW MANY GAMES CAN FIT ON A HD LOADER HARD DRIVE
     
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    tree fiddy
     
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    But seriously, if take your hard drive size and divide by 4 (the largest game size) you can come up with a number that will estimate how many yours might hold.

    The HD loader/advance program will eat up a small portion of the space itself, so start by taking your drive size (for this example I'll use the largest drive HD Advance 1.0 can handle, 120G) and subtract 4 gig, which is 116G.

    Take 116G (useable space) and divide by 4 (max game size) to get 28. You should be able to put at least 28 games, if not more, on a 120G hard drive.

    If you use HD Advance 2.0 you can used drives larger than 120G. For a 200G HD, divide 196G (200G - 4 for the program) by 4 to get 49. You should be able to put at least 49 games, if not more, on a 200G drive.

    Hope that gives you an idea of what you might expect. Individual results may vary.
     

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