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Open PS2 Loader v0.6 for PS3 with Source Code is Now Available


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243w ago - A few weeks ago Ifcaro released Open PS2 Loader v0.5 for PS3, and now the homebrew application for PS3 has been updated to Open PS2 Loader v0.6 complete with source code!

For those unaware, this utility allows for loading PS2 iSO images on PlayStation 3 consoles with PS2 support... meaning it must be a non-Slim PlayStation 3 model with (4) USB ports.

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PS3 Open PS2 Loader Changelog v0.6:

• Switched to whole new IOP core
• Changed some compatibility modes effect
• Added compatibility for DVD9 layer1
• Improved overall speed for both SMB/USB
• Support for more embedded NAS devices
• Support for multiple partitions



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Whyudie's Avatar
#25 - Whyudie - 241w ago
Hi,

I change Mode 1-5 for every game and more than ten games not working Why ?

Shows me a yellow screen.. Every color equals what error ?
I think it's totally random. Sometimes the games boot fine, sometimes it won't. So you must reboot a couple times to make it works. Or maybe the games you use not compatible with this apps.

Today I try to boots GT4, but it won't boot. Just show a yellow screen. But three days ago I tried that game, it boots fine. With same mode I use (GT4/Mode 2 ON).

PS3 News's Avatar
#24 - PS3 News - 241w ago
Actually, it works on slims. You should find no problem using a usb HDD. This program is working quite well for me.
The PS3 Slim doesn't have PS2 support, so how can it work?

Either you have a very special PS3 Slim, or you are confused/mistaken perhaps.. if it works for you I would definitely post all your PS3 Slim's model info, make a video, etc.

netpredakonn's Avatar
#23 - netpredakonn - 241w ago
darn too bad it doesnt make them playable on the slim
Actually, it works on slims. You should find no problem using a usb HDD. This program is working quite well for me.

AliAsghar1361's Avatar
#22 - AliAsghar1361 - 242w ago
Try to change the game setting. Change it to mode 1/2/3/4/5. Maybe it will work
Hi,

I change Mode 1-5 for every game and more than ten games not working Why ?

Shows me a yellow screen.. Every color equals what error ?

bootlegninja's Avatar
#21 - bootlegninja - 242w ago
JNABK found this document on the playstation website pertaining to required ports on the PS3 for ps2 games. I can't test it since I don't have a PS3, so I figure what the heck. might as well repost it here. hopefully if some one tests out a theory, it could work but it would require some modifications on your SMB server and you would most likely have to use a Linux setup to do this.

Try opening UDP port 4658, or 4659 on your SMB server. this might allow Open PS2 Loader to see the SMB share without major headache on the PS3. Keep in mind that you would also have to adjust the port setting within Open PS2 Loader. Anyone give it a shot for me please?

I was searching around and came across this little bit of info, im not sure if you already knew about it, but im passing it along anyway... just incase you didnt.

[QUOTE]PS3 Networking
The PlayStation 3 has a Gigabit Ethernet port (all models except one include Wi-Fi to connect wirelessly via an Access Point), allowing connection to the internet for websurfing and downloading games off of the PlayStation Store. The Fat PS3 Ethernet controller is a Marvell 88E6108 chip, while the Slim PS3 is a Marvell Alaska 88E111R chip. If Wi-Fi is supported in the PS3, then you can also use the PSP to control and view PS3 content and games.

The PS3 only supports HTTP and HTTPS proxy (which means no SOCKS proxy of any version) if you elect to use a proxy address in the network connection settings. Because of this, some PS3 socket communications that do NOT access websites (connections that don't use http port 80 or https port 443 for example) will end up bypassing your proxy settings and directly connect to the internet.

The PS3 allows you to connect to the internet via three NAT (Network Address Translation) modes.
NAT Type 1: Your PS3 is connected directly to your modem (usually via ADSL PPPoE), and sending the user name and password for getting a connection (public ip address).
NAT Type 2: Your PS3 is connected to your router. The router is connected to your modem (usually via ADSL PPPoE). The router is giving your PS3 an internal ip address after sending the user name and password for getting a connection (public ip address).
NAT Type 3: Your PS3 is connected to your router. The router is connected to your modem (usually via ADSL PPPoE). The router is giving your PS3 an internal ip address after sending the user name and password for getting a connection (public ip address). However, ports are not forwarded to your PS3.

Normally if you are using a connection of NAT Type 3, you may need to manually forward ports to your PS3. The following are ports that are required for the PS3 to operate:

PSN requires these open ports: TCP: 80, 443, 5223. UDP: 3478, 3479, 3658.

PS2 games requires these open ports: UDP: 4658, 4659

PSP Remote Play requires this open port: TCP 9293.

Universal Plug and Play (UPnP)
Because of the difficulty of memorizing what devices (or game and app) use which ports, and manually opening and forwarding ports on your router, UPnP was created. If your router and device (like PS3) supports UPnP, simply enabling this option will let the device (or app and game) directly tell the router what ports needs to be opened and forwarded to the device for it to work. Turning this option on in the PS3 and router (assuming it supports it), will solve most problems automatically.

DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance)
The PS3 supports being a recipient of streamed video or audio content. It does this via supporting the DLNA protocol. To enable this feature, simply have a server (a computer running Linux or Windows) running an application (like Windows Media Player) that support DLNA. Make sure your PS3 and this server are both connected to the same router (so NAT Type 1 won't work). Simply make the application serving music or videos share some content, and ask the PS3 to look for DLNA content from the XMB.
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