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Question! ^_^a
#1
is it possible to transfer my save file from my emulator into another one?

e.g 0.9.6 to another version or something!?
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#2
Yes
1.Using the BIOS
2.Using mymc
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#3
hump... bios, how?.. use the same bios to another version?

mymc?

thanks for info xD..
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#4
BIOS:
Just select for CDVD plugin(if you're not using the newest beta)the CDVDnull,set your cards from Config=>Memcards and after that use the File=>Run CD.After that just copy your saves from your first/second card to your second/first card like you did on your PS2
Mymc:
This is a program that works with the pcsx2 memory cards,just open the card,extract the save,open your other card and import your saves
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#5
OK got cha..

many thanks xD
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#6
yes it's is transferrable my old MCD was 0.9.4 and 2 yrs old now and had been migrated to 0.9.6 to latest beta.

e.g.
-a MCD file from 0.9.4 can be migrated to 0.9.6
-a MCD file from 0.9.6 can be migrated to latest beta
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#7
ahh ok thanks
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#8
You don't even have to run seperate versions in their own directory. Simply name them different things. Currently I have 1474, 15XX (forget exactly which revision off the top of my head) and latest SVN (1660 was the last time I updated) in the same directory so that I don't constantly have to shuffle memorycard directories or anything else.
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