Ok From what I gathered, this is theoretically how to do it. First you need exploit-ins.zip or whatever it is. This contains the exploit installer. Here is a readme. --- PS2 Independence Installer Readme --------------------------------- Code: Sjeep Exploit: Marcus R. Brown This simple program will install the PS2 Independence exploit from a CDROM onto a PS2 memory card. The usage directions are: 1) Create your TITLES.DB file using the utility found at http://www.0xd6.org 2) Create a CD compilation, using the following layout: - All files from the archive (except this file) placed in the root of the compilation, including the FILES directory and its contents, unless you do not plan to use ps2link as the boot program for the exploit (see below). The file layout of your compilation at this stage should look similar to the following: \CDVD.IRX \EXPINST.ELF \SYSTEM.CNF \FILES\BOOT.ELF \FILES\IPCONFIG.DAT \FILES\PS2IP.IRX \FILES\PS2LINK.IRX \FILES\PS2SMAP.IRX - Your TITLES.DB file is also placed in the root directory, ie: \TITLES.DB 3) Burn as a MODE2/XA CD. 4) Using whatever method you wish, boot the CD you just created on your PS2. This will install the exploit and related files onto your memory card (files are stored in the "Your System Configuration" save). 5) Once the installation is complete, pop in an original PSX game and reboot your PS2. You should be greeted with the ps2link screen if everything has gone according to plan. NOTE: You are not limited to using ps2link with this exploit. The installer app will copy any files it finds in the \FILES directory on your CD into the "Your System Configuration" save on your memory card, along with the actual exploit data. You can replace the ps2link files shipped in this archive with whatever you want. --- So all we need to do is change: \FILES\BOOT.ELF \FILES\IPCONFIG.DAT \FILES\PS2IP.IRX \FILES\PS2LINK.IRX \FILES\PS2SMAP.IRX Swap the boot.elf with whatever program you want, and add its related files and your done! If anyone knows of a program you can put on the memory card that will stop the disc so you can load another CD, REPLY!!!!