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cso files using PCSX2
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how to load cso files using PCSX2
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#2
You don't. CSO is a format designed for use with PSP's.
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#3
Would be cool if a compressed ISO format could get implemented though. I guess it would have performance issue though... :/
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#4
Linux ISO plugin can bzip them, but you may as well enable ntfs compression on your ISO folder, compression isn't much different
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#5
Are those ISOs compatible with PCSX2? Because for some reason I think they are not. I think only normal-common filesystem ISOs are compatible with PCSX2.
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#6
What?
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#7
CSO is a rubbish file format. Just putting it out there.
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(07-25-2012, 01:06 AM)refraction Wrote: What?
ISOs can hold different types of fileformats right (less known/not widespread but true)? I thought PCSX2 is not compatible with any others than UDF (most precisely UDF 1.02).
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#9
...what?

...I'm sorry but I don't think compression has anything to do with this?


...Okay, never mind, I obviously don't understand what you're getting at. Maybe I'll learn something.
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Pcsx2 is compatible with most if not all uncompressed ISO image formats
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