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Can I copy save files from PS2 memory card to PC with Codebreaker?
#1
I wanna continue my games with PCSX2 since my PS2 died.

Thanx
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#2
The utility MyMC is able to import .cbs files into actual Mcd00x.ps2

PS: of course you'll need some way to communicate with the PC, like naplink USB cable, netlink or whatever can do it, what by it's time supposes a working PS2 or some hardware you can insert/read the card.
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(07-29-2010, 09:13 PM)nosisab Ken Keleh Wrote: The utility MyMC is able to import .cbs files into actual Mcd00x.ps2

PS: of course you'll need some way to communicate with the PC, like naplink USB cable, netlink or whatever can do it, what by it's time supposes a working PS2 or some hardware you can insert/read the card.

not necessarily -- codebreaker can transfer saves to a USB device, which is definitely the easiest way to go.

but yes... use MyMC to import the .cbs file you saved from CodeBreaker.

no homebrew needed.
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#4
Codebreaker is like cod's head to me, I never saw one. Actually I do know it exist because of many codes for it but thought it being some sort of software.

Still I can see the problem, something I didn't notice before the PS.
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(07-29-2010, 11:04 PM)patrickdinh Wrote: not necessarily -- codebreaker can transfer saves to a USB device, which is definitely the easiest way to go.

but yes... use MyMC to import the .cbs file you saved from CodeBreaker.

no homebrew needed.

Thanx. I have CB but never used it to copy save files to USB. Now my PS2 is dead, it can't read CB disc anymore ;_;
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#6
Since you still have the memory cards it's fair to assume you true. The problem is the emulator is not meant to substitute the console. BW having it is a requisite for this forum. But it's above my competence to decide anything in the administrative side.

The real issue is not reading the disc, I think PCSX2 can do it, the real problem is reading the memcard, hence the observation in my first post.
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#7
I'll try going to a local store, borrow their PS2 for a minute, put in CB disc, MC, and USB flashdrive, copy save files, and go home.
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