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Booting games from shared drive over network?

Discussion in 'PS2 - Hardware boot discussion' started by Nuke420, Dec 14, 2007.

  1. Nuke420

    Nuke420 Guest

    Hi all... First time posting here, but I've searched google for hours, and I can't find anything about a way access a shared HD over a network. I have a brand new PStwo slim with a DUO 3 Ultra chip. I was just wondering if through the ethernet home network if I could run games or other things from a shared drive. You would think with all the other ways u can run things off internal HDs, USB HDs, memory cards, there would be some way of doing this.

    Thanks

    -N4
     
  2. DDRgod922

    DDRgod922 Regular member

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    Im not sure if it is possible to do this as of now, but even if it were possible the game would lag horribly. Sorry dude but as of now I dont think its possible playing a stable game over an ethernet network. But dont just take my opinion for it, you might wanna wait to see if any1 else has a say in this.
     
  3. cee43ja1

    cee43ja1 Regular member

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    not possible. there is no program to run ps2 iso's from the computer. you can only transfer them to a usb hdd.

    playing games from a usb hdd will have horrible lag because the ps2 uses old usb1.1. but it's your only choice, seeing you have a new slimline.
     
  4. Nuke420

    Nuke420 Guest

    Thank you for the fast reply. That sucks it's old USB. Guess I'll just stock up on more blank discs. :( Thanks again.

    -N4
     

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