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U3 USB Drive, as a Hard-drive for the PS2

Discussion in 'PS2 - Software boot discussion' started by MckinneR, Sep 28, 2007.

  1. MckinneR

    MckinneR Member

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    Ok I have a lot of different post about using a USB hard-drive and playing iso and games on it, but the one thing that I am totally unsure of and how to really do it is using a 4GB Scandisk U3 USB Drive, as a Hard-drive for the PS2 and running anything on it I have Swamp Magic 3.6 and I want to do anything different....
     
  2. Cybertick

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    Hi
    the first thing is that your sandisk drive is to small to play iso`s from it except you want to have only 1 game on it.The second thing is that the compatibility from games on usb drives sucks.look at http://www.ps2hd.com/list/
    my opinion is buy and use an internal hdd with the network adapter or use the independence exploit(if you have the fat one)to use cogswap if you have experience with swapping
     
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    Ok so from the list on the link that you left if there were a game that I wantted to try and runwhat is it that I would need to do?
     
  4. Cybertick

    Cybertick Guest

    you have to start usbadvance from memorycard with your trigger disc(if you don`t exploited your ps2 you have to start it by swap magic).
    It will recognize your usb hdd but first you have to transfer the iso u want with usbextreme.exe to ur hdd(use a virtual dvd like daemon tools to do that).Connect your usb hdd to ps2 and start usbadvance.
    Remember i told u that the compatibility is really bad.
     

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