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    [Released]PS2 Classics' Memory Card Converter v2.0 by spewfr

    This new Command-Line GUI tools converts your old PS2 savegames to a readable format for the PS3 sys... [Read More]

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    Well F*ck.
    You know how long people have wanted to do this w/o that usb to mmc adapter? Good shyt :|

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    Quote Originally Posted by oblistar View Post
    Well F*ck.
    You know how long people have wanted to do this w/o that usb to mmc adapter? Good shyt :|
    MC Adapter is still a good option if you're on OFW or you want to install FMCB via PC.
    by szczuru® 2014

    PSP2PS3 CEX-DEX

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    B. uLaunchElf; Tutorial included below.
    uLE can export saves to PSU container which coud be directly imported in MyMC. Don't use direct file copy, also don't use XPS because you lost time stamp (some games use it as security layer for data validation).

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    I am still in shock over all this ps2 support talk

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    Quote Originally Posted by MRDOTB View Post
    uLE can export saves to PSU container which coud be directly imported in MyMC. Don't use direct file copy, also don't use XPS because you lost time stamp (some games use it as security layer for data validation).
    Thanks for the XPS tip!
    What can you save it as to keep the time stamp...?
    And how do you use ulaunchElf to save files in the Direct PSU container?
    (I'm Spewfr)
    Last edited by wingedude; 03-31-2013 at 05:42 PM.

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    [Update] Memory Card Converter v3.5 for PS2Classics PS3 Command-Line GUI

    Following up on my Memory Card Converter v2.0 and Memory Card Converter v3.0 for PS3, today I present Memory Card Converter v3.5 for PS2Classics PS3 Command-Line GUI.

    Download: MemCardConv_v3.5.rar (6 MB)

    Fixes the major "Invalid" error, now most saves should work, except those with time stamp issues...

    Let's get started.

    COPY YOUR ORIGINAL SAVEDATA FROM THE PS3 -
    1. Convert your game with PS2iso2pkg; REMEMBER THE GAME ID. That's how you find it on your storage media (PS2UXXXXX).
    2. Under "Game", navigate to "Saved Data Utility (PS2)," and delete the savedata for your PS2 game.
    3. Load your converted PS2Classic at least once on your PS3, then quit when you see the PlayStation 2 logo.

    DO NOT SAVE ANY DATA TO THE "MEMORY STICK" WHILE IN-GAME, THIS IS CRUCIAL.

    4. Quit back to the XMB. You should have received no errors.
    5. Under "Game", navigate to "Saved Data Utility (PS2)," then scroll to your PS2 savegame data.
    6. Press triangle on your savedata, and select "Copy."
    7. Insert your storage media (i.e. a thumb-drive), and copy the data to it. Overwrite if necessary.

    CONVERT YOUR NEW SAVEDATA FROM YOUR OLD PS2 -

    1. Connect your storage media to your computer. Navigate to drive:/PS3/EXPORT/PS2SD/PS2U[Game ID]
    2. Copy SCEVMC0.VME to the "orig_VME" folder of the GUI tool.

    3. Run VMEconv.exe
    Click the Decrypt tab
    Select Decrypt VME, and select your VME in orig_VME
    Save as SCEVMC0.PS2 in the PS2 folder.

    4. Run SaveBuild.exe - Note - you may have to open PS2save-builder manually with admin rights; it is located in "tools"
    Click "Edit > Add File", and browse to the folder of your savegame.
    It will look something like "mc0:/BASLUS-21490"
    Import every file from that directory into the tool. (i.e. BASLUS-21490/icon.sys , BASLUS-21490/config , etc)

    Now edit the Root/ID field to match the name of the folder (i.e. Root/ID = BASLUS-21490)
    Go to "File > Save as..." and select "Save as file type: X-port2 (*.xps)" and save the file as your Root/ID (i.e. BASLUS-21490.xps)
    (The program will ask you to save the file inside of your savegame folder, save it somewhere like your desktop)

    OPTIONAL:
    You can just export your PS2 savegames from uLaunchElf into a PSV container, which allows for timestamp verification saves

    5. Run X2Pconv.exe
    Select "Open", and find your XPS that you saved in step 4
    Click "Save" and save it as a .PSU

    6. Run MyMC.exe
    When the program starts, it will ask you to open a .PS2 file; Navigate to and select MemCardConv/PS2/SCEVMC0.PS2
    Click "File > Import..." and select the .PSU you created in set 5

    7. Rename your PS2
    Inside of the PS2 folder, rename SCEVMC0.PS2 to SCEVMC0.VMC

    8. Run VMEconv.exe
    Click the Encrypt tab
    Select Encrypt VMC, and select your VMC in PS2
    Save as SCEVMC0.VME in new_VME

    COPY YOUR NEW SAVEDATA TO THE PS3 -

    1. Copy the New VME in the new_VME folder to your external drive (external drive:/PS3/EXPORT/PS2SD/PS2UXXXXX/SCEVMC0.VME)
    2. On your PS3, plug in your external drive and go to the Game portion of the XMB, and select "Saved data Utility (PS2)"
    3. Select your external drive and copy over the new savegame
    4. You're good to go, load up your game good luck

    Woo. Only took 6 hours

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    Smile

    I just opened up uLanchElf again, I found the psuPaste. Will be updating to v4.
    Spewfr

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    @Simonbuck I have a question.

    Is .VME is the same has .VM2?

    If it is the same, have you tried doing this?

    1. Create a PS2 XMB VMC.
    2. Rename your .VME to .VM2
    3. Replace the existing, dev_hdd0/savedata/vmc/<virtual_memcard>.VM2 with your renamed file.
    4. Go to xmb. "Refresh" the VMC by changing the name or icon.
    5. Could you see the save blocks in XMB?

    If it is not, is there a tool to convert .VME to .VM2 ?

    Thanks.

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    @gingerbread : VME is an encrypted PS2 memory card image. You have to decrypt it first. After that just rename the resulting VMC file to .VM2, and your steps should work.

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