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pc to ps2 lan game install

Discussion in 'PS2' started by evilcow, Apr 23, 2005.

  1. evilcow

    evilcow Member

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    hi, i'm trying to install games on the ps2 hard drive using a lan with my pc, i used hdl dumb server on the ps2 to make a ip link and it works fine, the problem is the speed, i put a dvd on the pc and the install speed was about 1.5mbits/s, then i tried with a iso image from the pc hard drive and the speed dropped to 0.7mbits/s, it takes about 100 minutes to install a game, just boring... i've tried hdl dumb 0.8 and 0.73, anyone knows how to speed this up ?
     
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    anyone ?
     
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    hi how did you get the dumb server to run, I am having problems running it off my memroy card. I uploaded the .elf to my memory card via ftp and configured my KL.DAT to find the program, but i cant gte it to run
     
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    well, i didn't put it on the mc, i record it to a dvd, i used a image file "ps2 - aplications (hd loader, hd advance, media player).rar" from emule, it's a program boot cd image and i convert it to dvd, cd should work as well. i copyied the .elf and edit the msystem file, nothing more. it works but very slow, don't know why...
     
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    Hi
    dont know if its any use to you but i had Faplink running off my memory card and windows and i was able to install games over the LAN
     

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