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I have FMCB and OPL on my slim ps2, older version, and latest version of FMCB and OPL.
Any idea if harvest moon a wonderful life special edition for ps2 will work? NTSC or PAL? I have tried both versions and they freeze after the first three load screens, maybe the modes? not sure what modes are but have tried looking for solutions, no perm solution to fix or answer that it dont work, some compatibility list say work and some say no but any ideas?
Also for ffx international it dont work on US ps2, ik it only works on modded or swap disk, but any idea if we can play ffx international through FMCB and OPL on a US ps2?
sorry if posted at wrong location please move thread if so and any help is appreciated, thank you
Use ESR disc patcher to region patch your game (FFX) and launch the PS2DVD in ESR program. I would try the same thing for Harvest moon, use ESR. According to "the" list: harvest moon works internal, external and on DVD so if ESR doesn't work, find another ISO of the game. If it is a direct DVD rip I really don't know what to say, I have had some direct rips (Burnout3) just not want to work at all. I only really use OPL to play off internal, because I have issues playing off external.
Edit: I got Burnout 3 to play. The moral is re-rip/re-burn because not all rips and burns are perfect all the time.
Last edited by Moosetrack; 3rd June 2012 at 03:18 AM.
I got the Harvest Moon game to work with OPL on USB and SMB, all you have to do is hold down L1 when you turn on the console so OPL will start up first. If it doesn't work try a later revision of OPL, I used R640. IF you need to use that OPL you will have to go to the FMCB Configurator and go to configure E1 launch keys and choose a button for the new OPL, then go back and choose save cnf to mc0.
Originally Posted by aznboychucky
Here's OPL R640: The ntsc-j version of FFX International plays fine on a ntsc-u console with OPL, if you have the pal version use the pal to ntsc fix to convert it.
Last edited by bl000; 4th June 2012 at 01:31 AM.