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morpheous



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syntax to send multiple game folders to PS2HDD pfsshell-0.2a 

What's the command to send multiple ScummVM game folders to my PS2hdd? I'm using CMD in admin mode.

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Post Wed Jun 28, 2017 6:41 pm 
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MrPunchy



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Use Ulaunchelf, is a file explorer for ps2.

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Post Thu Jun 29, 2017 1:20 pm 
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morpheous



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Yeah, i am using UlaunchELF now. I was trying to avoid sending folders via the USB method, being its so slow. ^_^

I had no choice... I guess PFSSHELL isn't capable to send directory folders. Crying or Very sad

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Post Fri Jun 30, 2017 9:33 pm 
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Unique User Name



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uLE (PS2-side) is not limited to USB...

Attach an Ethernet cable to your PS2HDDs Network Adaptor and use RadHostClient (PC-side) to import/export through uLEs "HOST:" option. Smile

That should improve your speeds way more than just a few hundred percent. Wink

Enjoy!

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Post Sat Jul 01, 2017 4:28 am 
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morpheous



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PS2 network speeds are not much faster than USB 1.1 but i have no choice. Sad

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Post Sun Jul 02, 2017 12:23 am 
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Unique User Name



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I dont know whom lied to you, but that just isnt correct at all... lmao!

USB = KBps
LAN = MBps

You may want to do a few tests lol.

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Post Fri Jul 21, 2017 11:07 am 
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morpheous



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which HDL sever version do you use?

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Post Fri Jul 21, 2017 6:17 pm 
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Unique User Name



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None lol...
You cant use them for what were talking about anyways.

However, during testing, previously I have used...
HDL Dump Helper GUI ( v2.3-V2 )...
...and...
HDL Dumb/Dump ( v0.9.2 )...
...with...
PS2 IP: 192.168.0.10
...Good results.

To answer your question more directly and elaborate, I dont use any (unless you count anything internal to the homebrews Ive previously been discussing)...

If I were to transfer PS2-Games, I would directly-connect the Internal Hard Drive with my PC and average 48MBps with WinHIIP (PC-Side)...
If I were to transfer Non-PS2-Games (like weve been talking about), I would use the setup I previously posted in the thread were in...

quote:
Originally posted by Unique User Name
uLE (PS2-side) is not limited to USB...

Attach an Ethernet cable to your PS2HDDs Network Adaptor and use RadHostClient (PC-side) to import/export through uLEs "HOST:" option. Smile

That should improve your speeds way more than just a few hundred percent. Wink

Enjoy!


Keep in mind uLE can not-only see the contents of your PFS/APA (Not FAT32, nor NTFS) internal-PS2-drive format (which your PC cant view, let-alone alter), but it can transfer said contents in either direction...
...Quickly...
Test a PS1-sized-game for transfer comparisons in time/speed...
About 700MB sent through each transfer method (both USB and LAN) during testing should speak for itself (whether there is a big difference in speed/time)...
LAN wins by a landslide lol.

If I were to play PS2-Games, I would use OPL ( v0.9.3 )...
If I were to play Non-PS2-Games/Homebrew, I would use OPLv0.8 (if OPLv0.9.3 failed to boot it or play properly)...
The latter reason being, the age of most PS2-homebrew versus the PS2SDK most-likely used in that era.

Incidentally, I launch everything I have through OPL, always, except during testing.
It makes for a sweet Frontend (One-Stop UI) when launched directly into the APPS menu (with HDD/USB/ETH lists of games just a few left-clicks away).
Wink
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