- Install your games onto a USB disk (Prefably a hard disk) that was formatted with the FAT32 filesystem.
- Defragment your disk after you install your games. PS2ESDL assumes that your game files are contiguous. Therefore FILE FRAGMENTATION IS UNACCEPTABLE!!!!!
- Launch PS2ESDL in your favourite way.
- Plug in your USB disk that has your games on it.
- Start your game by pressing either the CIRCLE, CROSS or START buttons. Hold the necessry buttons/triggers to invoke the necessary cache size settings and compatibility modes as you do so.
About the patches.ppi file that comes with PS2ESDL: Put it in the same directory where you're launching the main PS2ESDL executable from (It's necessry for compatibility with Armored Core Nine Breaker)!
- PS2ESDL supports it's own game format, the new PS2ESDL version 1.10 format (Not v1.00!!).
- It also supports the traditional USBExtreme format.
- Your USB disk must be FAT32 formatted, defragmented and have NO bad sectors (Your image file(s) may be "fragmented" then!).
- There is no USB support in games (You will probably be able to run games that use USB devices, but the game won't be able to access them).
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Here is an update from SP193 to PS2ESDL v0.821 with Firewire Support Plugin and Sourcecode for those following: psx-scene.com/forums/content/ps2esdl-0-821-firewire-support-plugin-sourcecode-released-1279/
Well if have FreeMC Boot installed or if you haven't check out this thread on the site here as you will need ulaunchelf installed to load this elf file of this program.
But if you haven't got FreeMC Boot installed then you will have to get someone with a modded ps2 to do it or copy it from a memory card that already has the FreeMB Boot on it to your memory card, and you can then just put this PS2ESDL files on your memory card or usb stick and use ulaunchelf from the FreeMC Boot to load it.
Once you get this FreeMC Boot installed you can get familiar with it and use the ulaunch program that will be on the FreeMC Boot.