Un plugin Dev9 gérant l’Ethernet, le Disque dur et l’USB.

1- Put MegaDev9.dll in the plugins folder of PCSX2 (NOT THE ROOT FOLDER), otherwise it won’t show up in the plugins list. The plugin doesn’t require any external DLL to work.

2- Make sure you’ve a DEV9-capable PS2 BIOS. Slim PS2 BIOSes aren’t compatible, your HDD programs will always think the HDD isn’t formatted (Thanks to Suloku for this info), and BIOSes from old PS2s with PCMCIA may cause problems too. You must also have the EROM, ROM1 and ROM2 files with your BIOS. In other words, you must have a complete BIOS dump from your PS2. Don’t complain that the plugin doesn’t work if you’re using a downloaded (illegal) BIOS.

3- Configure the plugin. For that you must launch PCSX2, select MegaDev9 in the DEV9 plugins list and click on the Configure button. A GUI will show up, here’s its description :
-Enable logging : this is only for debugging purposes. The plugin will write all events to a file.
-HDD file : enter the path and the name of the HDD image (see below for more info about HDD image). If you leave it, the image will be created in the PCSX2 root folder.
-HDD size : select the size you want for the emulated HDD (HDD image). You can choose from 1 GB to 127 GBs. I recommend selecting at least 8 GBs, lewer sizes could cause problems.

4- Launch your program. The first time, the HDD image will be created in the path that you previously configured. Then your program will ask for formatting if it’s able to do this. If you followed the previous steps right, your program won’t ask for formatting anymore, nor other programs will do.

The HDD image is a file that will be used as a HDD, ie. when your program writes data in the HDD, the plugin will write these data in this file. Don’t delete or move it without reconfiguring the HDD file path in the plugin, or you may cause problems.

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