Free Mcboot Ps1

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Once you have downloaded the file, copy FREEMCBOOT.ELF and INSTALL folder to the USB. Start up your PS2 and put in the USB stick and AR Max EVO; Once AR has bootwd goto the media player. Use the โ€œNext itemโ€ button to goto the FREEMCBOOT.ELF. Select play and the installer will boot.

Most of what is written below is taken directly from the SP192 personal website.

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Preface[edit]

This is an Free Memory Card Boot (FMCB) installer. It was previously known as the 'Unofficial FMCB v1.8C' installer.
No part of it was directly re-used from FMCB v1.7 itself, but parts of it were based or referenced from the code of FMCB v1.7.
The files in the fmcb-install folder are from Jimmikaelkael's PS3MCA project. Of course, I didn't include the questionable files which Sony claimed as a breach of their copyright.
Since FMCB v1.9 was born, the FMCB installer has been used for installing FMCB.

How To Use[edit]

  1. Download the archive linked to in the downloads section
  2. Extract the contents into a USB Mass Storage device (e.g. USB thumb drive, HDD).
  3. Launch the installer with your PlayStation 2 console
OptionDescription
InstallPerforms a normal installation of FMCB
Multi-InstallPerforms a 'multi' installation of FMCB. A multi-installation can boot on all consoles of any region, and not only on the console it was installed with.
Uninstall FMCBRemoves a normal installation of FMCB from a memory card.
Uninstall MIUninstalls a multi-installation, turning it back into a normal FMCB installation.
Format MCFormats a Memory Card.
Dump MCDumps a Memory Card to an image installer's directory.
Restore MCRestores a Memory Card from an image located in the installer's directory.
ShutdownSwitches off the Playstation 2 console.
ExitExits the installer and returns back to the OSDSYS menu.

Known Bugs[edit]

Known bugs:

  • None


Known limitations:

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  • Some USB devices (i.e. Kingston) are known to be incompatible with PlayStation 2 homebrew software. To avoid a loss of data, please do not use them to store dumps from your memory cards.

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Additional Notes[edit]

I've spent slightly over a hundred hours working on this, and I hope that it works well.. but of course, anything could go wrong - so I have provided a memory card dumping and restoration facility within the installer.

A dump of a memory card in slot 1 will get saved as mc0.bin, and a dump of a card in slot 1 will get saved as mc1.bin. The file will be saved to the directory where the main executable of this installer resides in. Caution! You can only make one dump of a card from each port. Making additional dumps will overwrite the previous dump.

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Supported installation media:

  • USB devices only

Warnings Against Potential Pitfalls
!!! WARNING !!! If you make a multi-install, do not delete any of the B*EXEC-SYSTEM folders or any of the OSD*.elf files inside them! Doing so might result in SEVERE data loss. Do not delete uninstall.dat from the SYS-CONF folder either, or you will probably be stuck with the multi-install files forever.

Lastly, read the included README file for more details.

Notes Regarding The Sources[edit]

The sources have been released. :) Check out the downloads section below.

Within the sources, I have created:

  • SECRMAN, a clone of the Sony Security Manager (SECRMAN) module that has card-binding functions (SecrDownload*).
  • SECRSIF, a clone of the Sony Security Manager SIF RPC server.
  • MCTOOLS, a RPC server module that provided misceallenous functions for the memory cards like dumping and restoration, and filesystem manipulation.
  • UDNL, the Updater module. Used for updating the IOP with newer modules (Which is only SECRMAN for this installer).

Hopefully, they will be useful for the homebrew community after their release.

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Supported Languages[edit]

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LanguageStatus
JapaneseUnassigned
EnglishCompleted and built-in.
FrenchTranslated by ShaolinAssassin.
SpanishTranslated by ElPatas.
GermanTranslated by Delta_force.
ItalianTranslated by Davidreamer.
DutchTranslated by port187
PortugueseTranslated by gledson999.

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Updates[edit]

  • Update 2019/04/13: v0.987 (FMCB v1.966) released.
  • Update 2019/01/14: v0.986 (FMCB v1.966) re-released.
  • Update 2019/01/11: v0.986 (FMCB v1.966) released.
  • Update 2019/01/07: v0.985 (FMCB v1.966) released.
  • Update 2018/12/08: v0.985 (FMCB v1.965) released.
  • Update 2018/11/03: v0.984 (FMCB v1.965) re-released.
  • Update 2018/10/27: v0.984 (FMCB v1.965) re-released.
  • Update 2018/10/21: v0.984 (FMCB v1.965) released.
  • Update 2018/10/21: v0.984 (FMCB v1.965) released.
  • Update 2018/07/22: v0.983 (FMCB v1.964) released.
  • Update 2018/07/04: v0.983 (FMCB v1.963) re-released.
  • Update 2018/06/28: v0.983 (FMCB v1.962) re-released.
  • Update 2018/06/20: v0.983 (FMCB v1.962) released.
  • Update 2018/06/19: v0.983 (FMCB v1.961) released.
  • Update 2018/06/14: v0.982 (FMCB v1.96) released (minor update to installer).
  • Update 2018/06/12: v0.981 (FMCB v1.96) released.
  • Update 2016/12/16: v0.973 (FMCB v1.953) re-released.
  • Update 2016/12/15: v0.973 (FMCB v1.953) released.
  • Update 2016/06/18: v0.972 (FMCB v1.952) released.
  • Update 2016/06/09: v0.972 (FMCB v1.951) released.
  • Update 2016/05/21: v0.971 (FMCB v1.951) released.
  • Update 2016/01/04: v0.97 (FMCB v1.95) released.
  • Update 2013/10/13: v0.96 (FMCB v1.94) released.
  • Update 2013/10/13: v0.95 (FMCB v1.93) released.
  • Update 2013/08/22: v0.94H (FMCB v1.92) released.
  • Update 2013/08/19: v0.94H (FMCB v1.91) released.
  • Update 2013/08/17: Beta v0.94D & H released.
  • Update 2013/07/20: Beta v0.94C released, minor bugfix and translation update.
  • Update 2013/07/16: Beta v0.94B1 released, minor bugfix.
  • Update 2013/07/14: Beta v0.94B released, minor bugfix.
  • Update 2013/07/12: Beta v0.94A released, minor bugfix and features update.
  • Update 2013/07/11 03:21: Added a translation template.
  • Update 2013/07/10: Beta v0.94 released!
  • Update 2012/11/04: Beta v0.93B1 released!
  • Update 2012/04/07: Beta v0.93B released!
  • Update 2011/11/14: Beta v0.93A released! (Late update)
  • Update 2011/10/03: Beta v0.93 released!
  • Update 2011/09/20: Beta v0.92 released!
  • Update 2011/09/16: Beta v0.91 released!
  • Update 2011/09/14: Beta v0.90 released!

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