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How to convert PS2 save folders into saves for PCSX2??
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I have just found my old harddrive, on which I have around 23 mb of PS2 saves I had backed up using UlaunchElf back in the day. Now I want to use them on PCSX2. The saves were not saved as psu files, but simply the folders were copied over...
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I want to know three things..

  1. How can I make the .PS2 memory card image to use with PCSX2
  2. How can I get these saves transferred onto that card so I can use them on PCSX2?
  3. And whats the largest possible .PS2 card that we can have without having any compatibility issue either with PCSX2 or PS2 software?
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#2
Supposing they are raw saves, drag and drop the content into PS2Save-builder and save it as .max file which can be imported by MyMC into an actual memcard (.ps2 file).

PS: probably you'll need to copy the file name to the root window in PS2Save-builder, just a detail.
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(04-30-2011, 11:00 PM)nosisab Ken Keleh Wrote: Supposing they are raw saves, drag and drop the content into PS2Save-builder and save it as .max file which can be imported by MyMC into an actual memcard (.ps2 file).

PS: probably you'll need to copy the file name to the root window in PS2Save-builder, just a detail.

Thanks for the help. I just did that...exported to .cbs and imported by MyMC. I was expecting something less tedious Laugh
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Have the same situation, tried to drag and drop, didnt work, nothing happens.
All of the files are exported using UlaunchElf.
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