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Install games via pc

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by November, Oct 21, 2004.

  1. November

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    How do you install PS2 backups via PC?
     
  2. rowdan

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    That would depend on how and where your trying to install them? are you refering to the ps2 hard drive? please be a littl more spacific....
     
  3. November

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    Sorry, to a 3rd party HDD for the PS2, like with dual layers and backups from servers.
     
  4. rowdan

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    well i personally use the HDLoader memcard exploit and if you go this rout then you can load original disks to the ps2 hard drive straight from the hdloader screen or you can install the ps2 hard drive to your pc and use a program like "winhiip" to install and manage the instaled games.
     
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    FAPLink, HDLDump, HDHandiness, WinHIIP, or something else. They each have advantages over the other, depending on your skill and needs.
     
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    Hey "notmyname" does "FAPLink" suport the use of 3rd party ftp clients?
     
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    Ive never used it, but I dont think so. Almost 100% sure.
     

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