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Installing MyMcConverter
#1
I'm a new PCSX2 user trying not to impose my newness on the forum immediately ... and failing.

Trying to convert a save file (from my PS3) to a memcard file, I've gotten PSV Exporter and PS2 Save Builder working, but have had no luck with MyMcConverter. I've downloaded mymc-alpha-2.5.zip, extracted (to desktop and to program files, in different attempts), extracted the included library folder, and attempted to open the program ... except nothing happens. No error messages (after I solved some dll issues), no nothing.

Per instructions, I've made sure DirectX is fully updated.

This is occurring on both XP SP3 and Windows 7 — I have each installed (on my MBP, via Fusion). (Each is fully updated per Windows update.) FWIW I don't have PCSX2 installed on the Windows 7 installation (I copied a Mcd file there to work with); I do on the XP installation, though I intend to use the file on my Mac OS installation, but I can't imagine this would matter.

The failure mode is so basic that I imagine I'm making a very simple error; please, can anyone offer suggestions?


(System specs, though I would think it wouldn't matter: early 2011 MBP, 2.3 GHz i7, 8 GB; windows running via Fusion 4.13.)
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#2
How are you starting the program...from mymc-gui or?
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#3
(07-05-2012, 11:25 PM)vsub Wrote: How are you starting the program...from mymc-gui or?
That was what I tried first, by double-clicking mymc-gui.exe. Then I tried mymc.exe (command line version, I guess), with the same result (meaning nothing happened).

I've also tried start —> run, with the pathname ("C:\Program Files\MyMc\mymc-gui.exe"), again with that same null result.

Just now I tried something else: I opened a copy that resides on my Mac OS side, but rather than "open with" Wine (which also doesn't work), I opened it in Windows 7 (which was running at the time). That's still not opening the version that's actually installed in Windows, unfortunately, and that's why I assume I'm still stuck, with a different error (it claims my Mcd file isn't a valid memory card file), so I think I really have to get the Windows version running somehow.

Or something like that.
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#4
When it says that it means that the memory card is not formatted and that's why it can't open it.
Set the CDVD to No Disk and then System=>CDVD Boot (Full)=>Enter the Browser,open the card and it is suggest to format it.

When the format finish,you will be able to open the card with mymc
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#5
I will attempt that, thank you. Kind of cludgy not to be able to run the copy of the program that's installed on Windows, but if it works, I don't really care.
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#6
Thank you; I have it working now.
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