Just picked up a DTL-H10000 Debugging Station, got it for free so i can't complain too much. I see it doesn't have a hard drive bay, and i'm not real huge in the ps2-scene right now. I'm wondering how i can test some homebrew code on it without paying money for whatever pc-cart it uses (it has a pc card slot at back).
Does anyone know if there is a USB or Firewire solution where i can transfer data to memory for testing? I dont have any cable atm, but i think they would be cheaper by far than trying to find the pc card it uses and setting that stuff up, and someone told me the adapter for it on pc side uses ISA, and i dont even think my mobo has an ISA slot!
Thanks in advance
PCMCIA is the hard drive bay.
If it's just homebrew stuff then PS2link should do. Get it over at ps2dev.org.
If your after something more official then I think ProView is what your after. But it only works with stuff built with the offical SDK(I think).
i use the independence exploit from cd to run the homebrew as the DTL units can run CD-Rís and DVD-Rís but isnít the DTL-H10000 a jap unit donít think that exploit works on that model, but you could give it a try.
but im sure thereís other ways that donít involve a hdd as said above.
Last edited by jammi; 08-24-2005 at 11:31 AM.