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how to use hdd on my ps2

Discussion in 'PS2 - Hardware boot discussion' started by LtCoy, Nov 14, 2007.

  1. LtCoy

    LtCoy Member

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    i have fat ps2 and a hdd 200g and want to use them on games, how can i copy games to my hdd? i have read topics on dis forum but have no idea what are they talking about. can anybody pls help me how to start from the beginning and what should i buy? my friend using a ps2 wid hdd and have an idea about it, he has already alcohol softwares for copying but he does'nt have memory to boot the copied games in his new hdd ^_^
     
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    cee43ja1 Regular member

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    you don't need alcohol 120% to copy games. you can use dvd decrypter; very easy to use and highly recommended.

    to boot the hdd, the easiest way is with the memory card exploit. you need a ps1 game, action replay MAX, usb flash drive, a ps2 memory card, and hdloader 0.8b elf. you can find guides at exploitstation.com on how to create the exploit, and hdloader 0.8b elf at sksapps.com, under ps2 hdd section.

    to transfer games to the hdd, it's recommended to connect the hdd to the computer and use winhiip. if you do it with the ps2, expect at least an hour or two for each game.
     
  3. LtCoy

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    tnx for the help man, i really need that info, im beginning to lose hope on my hdd. i'll try it step by step n inform you about the progress. ^_^
     
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    Once you get to the point of running HD Loader, use WinHIIP to transfer games to the HDD.
     

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