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saves from mc to hard drive

Discussion in 'PS2 - Hardware boot discussion' started by dbldown11, Dec 28, 2004.

  1. dbldown11

    dbldown11 Member

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    I have a MC exploit on my ps2 v1, and i was wondering how i go about moving game saves from the memory cards to the hard drive? i dont have a sony one, so it isnt recognized in the browsers screen.

    Also mc/0 - represents memory card in slot 1; does mc/1/ represent the memory card in slot 2?
     
  2. rj21

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    your right about the mc0 and mc1 being slot 1 and 2 but asfar as copy saves to the hdd from the cards i dont know sorry. but if there is a way i like like to find out myself aswell as my card is now full and dont want to pay £20 for a nuffa or delete some of my saves
     
  3. bas00069

    bas00069 Guest

    well i could be wrong here but in the fourm i read that with the aid of a pen drive and codebreakers or ar max you can transfer them between the mem card and hdd
     
  4. Xelix

    Xelix Guest

    You can backup/copy game saves from memcard to hard drive using software (*.ELF) called [bold]MCManager v0.1[/bold]. You can d/l it from http://www.sksapps.com/

    It creates a special partition (about 640MB) in the HD to copy/backup gamesave from memcard (and vice versa). If you know how to make MCexploit then you just add the *.ELF to the exploit file and run the s/w from your memcard. I've done it on my v7 PS2, and I don't have to buy another memcard anymore :)
     
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