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Play Ps2 Game Iso (back ups) on your Launch Ps3 (NTSC only)

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just released is a way to play ps2 back ups from your hard drive..... only if you have a ps3 20/60gb ntsc with the emotion engine What you need: * Swap Magic 3.6+/3.8(Purchase here or her…
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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
just released is a way to play ps2 back ups from your hard drive.....

only if you have a ps3 20/60gb ntsc with the emotion engine

What you need:

* Swap Magic 3.6+/3.8(Purchase here or here)
* Launch PS3 (20/60gb) - NTSC/Japanese (Must have emotion engine, only launch PS3's had this).
* Flash Drive (PSP in USB MODE will also work).



1. Download the USBAdvance Tutorial File Pack.
2. Extract the contents of the folder USBADVANCE to the root of your flash drive/PSP.
3. Boot up SWAPMAGIC and once loaded into the menu screen, people who are using swapmagic v3.6 press UP (on D-Pad)+L2 on your PS3 controller to browse through your flash drive. People that are using Swapmagic v3.8 go to the SMBOOT menu and select uLaunch from there. In the pack provided uLaunch is SMBOOT1. Go to configure, select any button you want (I usually use X or O), go to MISC and select FILEBROWSER binding it to the selected button, go down and hit ok. Now go to the browser. (Props to Crono for telling us how to use v3.8 Swapmagic). If you are unable to view your flash drive, then it is not compatible (use another one).
4. Copy the BADATA-SYSTEM folder and USBLD_01.ELF file to your Virtual Memory Card (on PS3).
5. Go inside BADATA-SYSTEM folder and cut/move the Pictures and SWAPMAGIC folder to ROOT the Virtual Memory Card.
6. Remove your FLASH DRIVE, press the button and quit the game and go back to XMB and launch swap magic.
7. At this point you should move the Playstation 2 ISO's of your choice to your external HDD/flash drive. You need to have them properly formmated and copied over via USBExtreme (is included in file you downloaded above). If you are not sure how to do this, there is a quick tutorial that guides you through the process. Make sure your USB/Flash drive is plugged into your PS3.
8. Once booted, browse and launch USBLD_01.ELF
9. And there you have it, if you followed this tutorial properly you should see the Playstation 2 ISO's there and just click and launch

How to copy PS2 ISO's to a external USB/flash drive

1. Download the USBAdvance Tutorial File Pack. (Ignore if you downloaded it in last tutorial), and extract the folder USB EXtreme to you desktop.
2. Plug in your USB HDD (or Flash drive)
3. Put a PS2 game into your disc drive (if the game is already on your computer you can mount it with Alcohol 120)
4. Open up the USB EXTREME tool on your compute.
5. Select your Disc Drive the PS2 game is in, Media type (most are DVD's) and your USB/Flash drive.
6. Now you can name the game and hit start.
7. There you have it a properly copied game to your HDD, just pop it in your PS3 and follow step 8 from above.


F.A.Q
Q: Does this work on PAL PS3's?
A: No, support for PAL is expected to be released soon. (does not work on ANY pal systems at the moment).

Q: But my PS3 is backwards compatible, why doesn't this work?
A: It does not work with SOFTWARE EMULATION (which is what your PS3 most likely has). If its not a "launch unit" it will NOT WORK RIGHT NOW.

Q: How do I know if my unit is a LAUNCH UNIT?
A: Check model number on back of PS3, if it is a launch unit it will be one of the follow: CECHA, CECHB, CECHC, CECHD

Q: Does this work on NTSC PS3's?
A: Yes - launch units only.

Q: What PS3's can use this method of PS3's?
A: Basically USA and Japenese Launch Consoles (20/60gb) that contain the Emotion Engine (PS3 Models CECHA, CECHB, CECHC, CECHD)

Q: Will it work on a PS3 with no Emotion Engine?
A: No not yet.

Q: Does this boot from PS3 internal HDD?
A: No you need a external.

Q: What version of SWAP MAGIC do I need?
A: 3.6+ or 3.8

Q: Where can I buy Swap Magic?
A: Here and here.

Q: Swap Magic cant see my USB for somereason
A: It is probably not compatible, buy another one.
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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
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#2
Interesting but most people here will have the uk ps3, I have the 60gb launch ps3 and really hope that it doesn't break in case they replace it with the newer models which have less features like bc which I still use a lot (touch wood).
#3
electriclinux
Interesting but most people here will have the uk ps3, I have the 60gb launch ps3 and really hope that it doesn't break in case they replace it with the newer models which have less features like bc which I still use a lot (touch wood).

just a heads up for those interested because some people may go on the look out for the ntsc versions now this has been implemented

they replace like for like mate so i wouldnt worry ive had 2 replacements
#4
i got swop magic and a ntsc 60gb ps3 will give this a go cheers
#5
Well my ps2 (launch fat) is still going strong so I am not worried yet.
#6
also the pal version is currently being worked on and should be released soon
#7
milhouse
i got swop magic and a ntsc 60gb ps3 will give this a go cheers


let us know how you get on as mine is in australia:x
#8
Speaking about ps2 games how big is your collection? (mine is 67 and now looking for a media storage solution that looks good)
#9
interesting but I won't risk it

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