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Newbie Guide - PC to PS2 via LAN (Apps & Games)

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by digi-tal, Nov 4, 2004.

  1. aero77

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    when you put the ps1 game into ur ps2, the one which u used the slus from, the exploit should engage...
     
  2. edimusrex

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    'titleman -a SLES_008.44'

    as an example, I should use the SLES from my PS1 game

    thanks
     
  3. lostkhan

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    Step 3 - Install the hdl dumb server

    Download titleman from PS2 Independance and extract to your c:/ drive.

    Open command prompt Start>Programs>Accessories>Command Prompt and type 'cd \' to get to c:/> and type 'titleman -c' to create TITLE.DB and then type 'titleman -a SLES_008.44'

    SLES_008.44 should be repalced with the ID of your PS1 game. Found if you open the disk in explorer.

    Go and find the TITLE.DB file on your c:/ drive and copy it. Now go to the folder you extracted hdl_dumb 0.7.3 into and select paste.

    Rename the hdld_server.elf to BOOT.ELF.

    Go back to FlashFXP where you should still have a connection to your PS2. In the left hand window select your hdl dumb folder. In the right hand window select 'MC > 0 > BEDATA-SYSTEM'.

    Now copy BOOT.ELF & TITLE.DB from the left window to the right. Disconnect the FTP.


    Hi im new to afterdawn, was lookin for it and found the forums, ... im stuck on this part and Speacially i really dont understand "Download titleman from PS2 Independance and extract to your c:/ drive." where is titleman and where will i get this from? and wat does it mean, if some 1 please can explain this STEP much easily i will appreciate. THANX ALOT!!
     
  4. aero77

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    yes thats correct. np
     
  5. lostkhan

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    Hi, just wanted to say that i used http://lookatthemonkeys.com/files/mcexploit2.zip
    and used the titleman, every other step of STEP3, i did as it said, and when i put that in my memorycard using FTP, and than i put TEKKEN 3 as the ps1 game in it, a RED SCREEN came and that was it. there was nothing else... ANY HELP?? PLEASE!
     
  6. aero77

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    BOOT.elf, or boot.ELF etc isn't the same as boot.elf.

    Make sure its renamed all to lower casing...should work fine! :)
     
  7. lostkhan

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    nop, that didnt work either... i have everything in small letters still shows the red screen :(
     
  8. aero77

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    thats strange, thats what happened to me, fixed that and it worked. Sorry mate, thats the extent of my knowledge! hopefuly someone else knows whats wrong. g'luck!
     
  9. lostkhan

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    ok i get that part, now there is another problem :D
    when i boot the cd
    it said after some loading,

    Use c0:/SYS-CONF/IPCONFIG.DAT to configure ip address
    Filestation to ip address 192.168.0.10

    but when i connected to that, it didnt work and said
    A connection has failed because the connected party did not properly respond after a period of time, or establish connection failed because connected host has failed to respose

    wat does it mean, can i get any help
    remember the ip i used to connect to ps2 is
    192.168.1.24
    and my router ip is 192.168.1.101
     
  10. babycake

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    edit the file c0:/SYS-CONF/IPCONFIG.DAT and change the UP from 192.168.0.10 to 192.168.1.24

     
  11. lostkhan

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    Where is that file, i dont see it in C: if u can tell me i can go and edit it!
     
  12. lostkhan

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    ok, now that i have edit the ELF file and put the PS2 ip which was 192.168.1.24 and than transfer both files to the place it said in the STEPS, when i boot up my PS1 cd, a White screen comes for like 2 seconds and than TEKKEN 3 starts to play. It just straight goes to the game after a WHITE SCREEN comes for 2 seconds, WHATS WRONG?? ne help
     
  13. lostkhan

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    ????.. ne answers, i need that stuff ASAP. Thanx
     
  14. martsmall

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    lostkhan the answer u seek about where is ipconfig.dat has already been posted on this thread u need 2 create /SYS-CONF/IPCONFIG.DAT with the valid ip's in it, sorted :)

    reading is a wonderful talent that most people ignore ;)
     
  15. searden

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    When i get to Step 2 Connecting.I boot my PS2 up using the Free HDLOADER then i run the ExexFTP i called it CDGENPS2, then i run it, just leaves the screen black what did i do wrong??

    i did everything in Step one which u told me to do?
    HELP!
     
  16. babycake

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    You guys need to read the 1st post including digi-tal's guid and my posts on the 1 page then you guys will find out how to solve your guys problems. If you've done that and still can't connect to your ftp then it's your firewall setting etc. The guid works just following it.

    if you are too lazy to read all the post, here is the guid.

    Digi-Tal wrote:


    Do you want to know how to install games to your PS2 via LAN? If yes read on.

    I had not tried this until yesterday and have only just got it working. I had great difficulty in getting info on how to do this as most guides take you part way there and then stop.

    What you will need

    For this guide I will expext you to have the following:

    Playststion 2 Console
    HDD for the PS2
    PS2 Network Adaptor
    HDLoader/HDAdvance
    PS2 Memory Card
    PS1 Game

    These must all be working together and you MUST be able to run games off the HDD

    The only web address you will need is http://www.google.com/ and the will to use it.

    Step 1 - FTP

    To start off you will need to be able to FTP to your Playstation 2.

    For this part you will need to connect your PS2 HDD to your computer. You will have to open your PC case to connect the HDD. Watch the jumper setting if you connect it to a slave channel.

    Now you will need to download ExexFTP 0.68 and CDGenPS2 3.0.

    Extarct both of the files and run CDGenPS2.

    Now drag SYSTEM.CNF from the folder you just extracted ExecFTP to into the right hand side of CDGenPS2.

    Right click on the SYSTEM.CNF in CDGenPS2, select edit, check 'FIX LBA' and type '12231', then OK.

    Drag CONFIG.DAT and EXECFTP.ELF into CDGenPS2, click image and save as '.iso' in your ExecFTP folder.

    Download and extract hdl_dumb 0.7.3. Now install the image you just created to your localy connected PS2 HDD using this program.

    Step 2 - Connecting

    Connect your PS2 to your PC using a crossover network cable or hub/switch/router.

    Boot your PS2 using HDLoader/HDAdvance and run your newly installed ExexFTP software. You should end up with FTP Server initialized on port 21...!

    Now run FlashFXP on your PC and press F8 for Quick Connect. In the 'Server or URL' box type '192.168.0.10' (this should be the IP of the PS2). Chose the 'toggles' tab and clear 'Use passive mode'. Now hit 'Connect'.

    You should now have a FTP connection to your PS2.

    Step 3 - Install the hdl dumb server

    Download titleman from PS2 Independance and extract to your c:/ drive.

    Open command prompt Start>Programs>Accessories>Command Prompt and type 'cd \' to get to c:/> and type 'titleman -c' to create TITLE.DB and then type 'titleman -a SLES_008.44'

    SLES_008.44 should be repalced with the ID of your PS1 game. Found if you open the disk in explorer.

    Go and find the TITLE.DB file on your c:/ drive and copy it. Now go to the folder you extracted hdl_dumb 0.7.3 into and select paste.

    Rename the hdld_server.elf to BOOT.ELF.

    Go back to FlashFXP where you should still have a connection to your PS2. In the left hand window select your hdl dumb folder. In the right hand window select 'MC > 0 > BEDATA-SYSTEM'.

    Now copy BOOT.ELF & TITLE.DB from the left window to the right. Disconnect the FTP.

    Step 4 - The end

    Insert your chosen PS1 Game into your PS2 and restart. This should now boot to the hdl dumb server.

    Re-open hdl dumb and change 'Target' to 'Networking Server, at'. The software should connect to your PS2 and be ready to install games.

    Now to install/run games using the PS2 use the HDLoader disk. To install games using your networked PC use the PS1 disk.

    Hope this helps a few people out.

    I will edit it as I re-read but am too stoned now!

    Digi-Tal



    babycake wrote:


    adam7261 and jacksQs: i was reading this: IP address is configured via mc0:SYS-CONF/IPCONFIG.DAT and the proper format is "ip_address networking_mask gateway_ip" (w/o quotes). The default configuration is "192.168.0.10 255.255.255.0 192.168.0.1". on http://hdldump.ps2-scene.org/howto.html and i've found out that you have to create the SYS-CONF folder on m/c/0 folder and create the file IPCONFIG.DAT and put it in there. Then you edit the IPCONFIG.DAT file and put the ps2 ip that your router gives it to your ps2. mine is 192.168.2.21 255.255.255.0 192.168.2.1. it works like a dream for me. I hope it helps you guys too.

     
  17. hotlinehe

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    In Step 3, I went to MC > 0 but I did not see BEDATA-SYSTEM. I did see BADATA-SYSTEM, so I went ahead and copied BOOT.ELF & TITLE.DB there. Hoping that would work, I put in Tomb Raider as my PS1 game but the actual game loads up rather than the hdl dumb server.
     
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    Can I get the ISO too. I get black screen when boot FTP form PS2.
     
  19. mikemmx

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    NM... I use CDmage to fix the image.
     
  20. edimusrex

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    Can you burn the image to a cd and load it via HDLoader instead of HD_Dumb? I hooked my HD up to my pc and completley destroyed my system some how
     

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