Valkyrie profile 2 it freeze or stuck up when the battle starts
I used to play valkyrie profile 2 in PS2 using the HDloader w/ winhiip, use for transfer games in harddrive,my problem in the game VP2 was when i get in to game and start battle it stuck up/freeze either i choose ''yes'' or ''no'' in ''View Tutorial.'' don't know if SQUARESOFT/SQUARE-ENIX/TRI-ACE do this thing, to not play when it transfer game VP2 to harddrive....I searched in internet to know whats wrong in the game..I found some tricks to overcome this problem,,they said I must insert a PS1 controller and then load the VP2,after the loading, the screen ask to insert the PS2 controller,then i insert it. I do this many times but this trick does not work, it still freeze up when i get in to the battle..oh by the way I used the PS1 controller w/ analog...don't know if non-analog controller must use in there b'coz i don't have it in home and don't know if will work b'coz PS2 slimline needs a controller w/ analog/DUAL SHOCK version...I'm hoping to your answer in to my problem in VP2...
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Ok, this will be a very long and tedious process... but here we go! First make sure your PS2 is modded with something like Free MC Boot (FMCB), The Independence Exploit, or a modchip. If you are able to play backups of games or homebrew, you are half-way there! If not, google around on how to do it. Then, get a copy of HDLoader from SKS-apps.com, it is available in the PS2 section. Add it to a USB drive. Boot up ULaunchELF, and select mass0: in the menu. Find HDLoader and press O (Circle). This will boot HDLoader. You will most likely have to format the drive. Select Yes to it. Now, insert your original game (it is harder with backups) and select install. Wait for it to finish. Remove the game. Press X on the game you want... and it works! Hope I helped you!
The PS2 Hard Drive format is not and will not be recognizable through windows. You need a special program called WinHIIP .::Click Me to Download::. This program will detect the partition. Then you just either upload things like games via ISO format or you can download them to your computer. Just because windows doesn't see the partition doesn't mean that it's not there. As long as your computer's BIOS see's the hard drive WinHIIP will detect the partition from it.
Yep, the program you want is called WinHiip (easily googleable) Its a special program that reads PS2 Hard Drives only. DO KEEP IN MIND: you must have either an enclosure or put it on the IDE/SATA cable on your computer so your BIOS will detect it. WINDOWS WILL NOT DETECT THESE PS2 FORMATTED HARD DRIVES. However that does not matter, as long as your BIOS sees it. If your bios sees it, all is good, boot into windows and load WinHIIP. It will detect it. If you're using an enclosure then it really doesn't matter. Plug that into your USB port and turn it on. Your plug and play will recognize the enclosure. After windows sees it turn on WinHIIP and choose the "Select Drive" button and you should see your hard drive in the list. Then it's just a matter of choosing the "Copy Drive" option. Or take each out by it's own. Meaning "Extract Image/s" This will save them as ISO's on your computer then you just pop in your new drive and turn on WinHiip again and "add images" Back onto the new hard drive.
what you need: an IDE harddrive (maxtor or seagate works best. ive got a maxtor diamondback or whatever its called), the online adaptor and hdloader. hdloader can only be found on the internet so google it. if youre interested in my setup then you need the original hdloader then you can go to ps2hd.com and find all the other programs
if youre interested in doing cogswap (play burned games without a chip) then also search that site for the ps2 exploit disc and cogswap.
each harddrive is different and can require differnt jumper settings. look on your harddrive to figue out what is cs or check te company's website
where you put your harddrive on the ide cable matters. when i first installed a secondary harddrive in my computer i had to shift my original harddrive down one position to make room for the secondary and allow it to take the secondary position on the ide cable. if you switch them then your computer will tell you "cannot find primary harddrive" and will not boot.
one thing that i didnt mention is that you should also ground yourself after grounding the computer. your body can carry static electricity and if it gets discharged inside of your computer you can destroy components like RAM, the motherboard or even harddrives. to ground yourself touch a part of the metal casing of your computer.
this will continue to be updated as i find more things that i forgot to say
Get a USB 2.0 to SATA/IDE/2.5/3.5 Hard Drive Adapter Cable . This will allow you to access the Hard Drive from a computer USB port. It doesn't sound good for you. If you do not want to get an adapter like I suggest, you can install the hard drive in a computer as a slave drive, and see if you can access the data.