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What is it!!!

Discussion in 'PS2 - CD backup discussion' started by solidus27, Jun 26, 2007.

  1. solidus27

    solidus27 Guest

    So... not everyone knows what you are taking about!!!! WTF is snes station ; nes station; nes roms; snes roms; Cuz I'm trying to plsy nes games on my ps2 and I have Metal Gear.nes file and I don't know what to do with it to play it on my ps2. pls help me!!! :)
     
  2. rvinkebob

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    Oh dear me... I hope you have the original cartridge of that game.

    You use a special PS2 app called InfoNES to run the game on your PS2. Burn the file to CD (or copy to HDD if you have the HDD version of InfoNES) then run InfoNES using uLE or something other, then pick the game and whoa!!! You've got your rom running on your PS2!
     
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    A disc? It's a .elf executable made to run off of you're memory card through an exploit called the Independence Exploit (or MC Exploit).

    Also lately there is a new version of TITLE.DB Maker that allows to make a TITLE.DB with a disc entry allowing you to boot off you're USB Stick. Saves around 200kb of space on you're MC. Or you can download the compressed version and use a hex editor to modify the disc entry.

    I use the compressed and I've saved around 310kb which is great. I can now play 3 more games without having to use AR Max :)
     
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    ulaunchelf also comes in a CD version as of v4.12 actually.
    nicely packaged in .bin/.cue even.

    just add whatever .elfs you want (make sure its not named boot.elf)
    and launch them from the cdfs:/ directory.

    you can add elfs iether by using a program like WinISO,
    or extracting the contents of the ulaunchelf image file
    to a folder and adding them in, and then just burning the whole shebang
    back to a cd.

    [edit] theres a tutorial on how to use ulaunchelf (not including how to add .elfs to the image and some other advanced features) here [/edit]
     
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