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    Arrow Seeking PS2 Dev's to help with project

    I've been working extensively over the past 2-3 days on a PS3 project that requires quite a bit more knowledge about the PS2 side of things than I currently know.

    If you have a strong understanding of the PS2 and the ability to put those skills to use, PM me.

    This is extremely far from 'noob' work.

    From what I can figure its 2-3 steps from completion though.

    -Hacked2123

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    glad to hear it, I have no experience with PS2 dev whatsoever but glad to hear it's so close!

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    Question

    Isn't there a ps2 section you could have asked in.

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    He could have, but it is a PS3 project he said... just it involves PS2 stuff, so it's fine here.

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    I have done SOME hacking work with the PS2.

    Will be glad to help!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luckluka View Post
    I have done SOME hacking work with the PS2.

    Will be glad to help!
    I sent you a PM.

    BTW the project pertains to the PS2 HDD on the PS3. Working knowledge of PFS is a requirement.

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    PFS does that stand for Playstation File Structure is that the format of the PS2 HDD

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    Quote Originally Posted by bitsbubba View Post
    PFS does that stand for Playstation File Structure is that the format of the PS2 HDD
    Playstation File System is more accurate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hacked2123 View Post
    Playstation File System is more accurate.
    yeah that's what I meant to say (like WBFS stands for Wii Backup File System)

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