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hdloader problem

Discussion in 'PS2' started by jrev1417, Feb 7, 2005.

  1. jrev1417

    jrev1417 Member

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    i got the hdloader about a month ago and it worked fine..i put five games on and now when i try to install a game it says it is installed and seems to be fine.. when i try to play a black screen comes up..anybody know whats going on??? *the drive is a 120...so there is enough space
     
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    sly_61019 Senior member

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    did you enable the right mode(s) for that game?
     
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    sirandyb Regular member

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    to get up the modes highlight the gane and press the select button.
     
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    You have plenty of room, a small game like street fighter uses 500 mb, while a huge game like san andreas uses 4 gigs. So therefore 120gb/4= 30 games max, give or take. Good luck
     
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    how do i konw what modes are correct...there are three of them...and they are all disabled??
     
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    it's usually mode 3 but just enable all three of them and it will work
     
  7. sly_61019

    sly_61019 Senior member

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    if you do a SIMPLE GOOGLE SEARCH you would know what modes to enable.
     

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