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Does not read bios
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I've tried two different format 7Z bios, put them in the 'bios' folder, and the program doesn't read it. Help?
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#2
7z format ?
Why did you compress your bios ?

Just extract it from your PS2, and use it as it is in your bios folder...
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(03-12-2012, 05:20 AM)jesalvein Wrote: 7z format ?
Why did you compress your bios ?

Just extract it from your PS2, and use it as it is in your bios folder...
How do I extract it ?

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(03-12-2012, 05:16 AM)ehcuigli Wrote: I've tried two different format 7Z bios, put them in the 'bios' folder, and the program doesn't read it. Help?

what program did you manage to obtain the bios from your ps2 but in 7z format?
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if you extracted it to p2b format, you will need to open the file in 7zip and then extract it.
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Curious as to why it's in 7Z folder as well....
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Come on guys, we All know WHY its in a 7z lol but lets pretend hehe
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