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Thread: Launchelf to boot from Flashdisk

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    Default Launchelf to boot from Flashdisk

    is there a way to boot launchelf to my flashdisk?


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    Default Re: Launchelf to boot from Flashdisk

    What are you booting it from? Swap magic? Exploit?

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    is it possible to run an emulator from flashdisk? +karma and thanks in advance

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    Default Re: Launchelf to boot from Flashdisk

    Yes but what are you trying to launch it from? Swap magic? Exploit? Modchip? Which one of these do you use, basically

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    i have a modchip (btw how can tell the kind of my chip?) and i use ulaunchelf, for my memry card to back it up

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    Default Re: Launchelf to boot from Flashdisk

    If you have a way of launching ulaunchelf then put the emulator ELF file on your stick, plug the stick in your ps2, click O from the main screen of ulaunchelf to go to the browser, click O on mass:/ (use up/down to get to mass:/) and browse to your emulator's ELF file. Don't forget to put roms on your stick...

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    already done it sir, but it does not find any roms in my roms folder, btw i have many folders in my stick does that cause the problems? +karma and TY for your time to help sir

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    Default Re: Launchelf to boot from Flashdisk

    Which emulator is it?

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    its snes station thanks Bro +karma again

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    Default Re: Launchelf to boot from Flashdisk

    What file extension have you saved your roms in? I think http://snes-station.gamebase.ca/file...NES_0_9997.zip will automatically rename your file extensions on your roms to the proper ones so snes station will read them.. at least that's what I think it does :-\ try it.

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