This is something i wonder tooSponsored Links
Why in the world would a PIC emulator (that is still missing the hardware) work for atmel chips? Not to mention that hooking an USB host to another USB host will destroy one or both.Sponsored Links
Don't think so, as the mega 128 has a different page size. Still you could try it (edit: even though I can' take responsibility for whatever will happen).
Last edited by crudepsx; 09-02-2010 at 04:32 PM
I guess there will be lots of hardware "casualties" when little noobies try to connect USB host on USB host
confirm working on olimex acr-usb162 from rs components.
are there any other homebrew apps available ?
You can get a SATA/Power extension cable which should work (connect the male end inside the PS3 in place of a normal drive, connect your 3.5" drive to the female end of the extension) for $10-20. Then when you disconnect the drive it is just a bare drive, however, which increases the chance it will be damaged moving it and requires you connect it internally, so you'll have to open up your PC.
Another option would be to get a 3.5" external enclosure for ~$20-40 with ESATA support and a female SATA to ESATA cable (around $5-10) to connect from the PS3's internal header (and the back of the drive bay) to the external enclosure, then plug the enclosure in to the wall. Then you can just move the enclosure between your PS3 and PC, and leave the ESATA converter cable plugged in to the PS3.
Either of these options will require that the drive in question (which won't be in the PS3, as it can't fit, obviously) is connected to the PS3 for it to function, so they're not exactly ideal.
You're probably better off just buying a larger internal 2.5" drive for your system and using a separate USB drive to move things.
Thank you that did the trick, backing up mw2 for further testing.. for other people that just starting today , make sure there are no other device hooked up to the other usb when loading your psgroove device.
okay .. I understand. Sorry for being noob !
do you prefer to buy an internal or external HDD for copying games ?
I mean if I bought an External HDD connected it to PS3 via USB cable to play the game .. should it work correctly ? smoothly ?
thanks a lot !
I'm sure there will be a way to send files over wi-fi and gigabit LAN. Switching drives is too much work.