HBSigner wrote:Please help me with OpenPS2Loader!
Alright, if you insist. You can download the official release here: http://openps2loader.info/8/
That's the official user guides for OpenPS2Loader, so it should tell you all you need to know on there. Here's just a basic way to install it onto your memory card:
1.) Put the downloaded .ELF file onto your USB drive. You don't need to rename it or anything, that's the good part.
2.) Plug in the USB drive into your PS2. Open uLaunchELF from your Free McBoot main menu.
3.) You can either do 2 things, boot it directly from your USB or copy it to your memory card. To copy it, first locate it. Mass0:/ is you USB device, so press that and find it there. Once you find it, either boot it directly from the USB, or press R1 (I think) to copy it. After that, go to mc0:/, and place it inside the "Boot" folder.
4.) Once it is successfully pasted, reset your PS2. On your Free McBoot menu, scroll down to "Free McBoot Configurator". Once there, go to OSDYS settings, and it should be this settings menu that shows all the things on your Free McBoot menu. Go to an empty space and press it, now you should be at a scree where it has a space for a name and then threee "paths". Name it whatever your want, for example "OpenPS2Loader", and then press the first path. Go to mc0:/boot/OPNPS2LD.ELF and press it. After that, just go back from OSDYS settings and select "Save config to mc0". After it saved, go to "FMCB Restart".
Congrats, it should successfully installed on your memory card. You should just test it out, if it doesn't boot it is probably because it ran out of space on your memory card. Installing games is a whole new thing, but it should just say how to do that on the user guides. Now, when you boot a game off USB, it does tend to be slower than the disc. That's because of the PS2's USB 1.1 interface. The gameplay shouldn't be skippy or choppy at all, but loading times are longer and FMVs are sometimes very choppy, but that is perfectly normal.