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Pack.FreeMcboot Dabidmz Rev.2.rar: What is it and how to use it?




Introduction




If you are a fan of PlayStation 2 (PS2) games and want to enjoy them on your console without using discs or modchips, you might be interested in Pack.FreeMcboot Dabidmz Rev.2.rar. This is a package of files that allows you to install FreeMcBoot on your PS2 memory card or hard drive, along with some useful homebrew applications that let you run games from USB, HDD, or network.




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FreeMcBoot is a software mod that enables your PS2 to boot homebrew apps and games from various media sources without requiring any hardware modifications or disc swapping. It also allows you to customize the PS2 boot menu with different themes and options. FreeMcBoot is compatible with most PS2 models, except for the latest slim models (SCPH-9xxxx) with BIOS 2.30 and above.


Pack.FreeMcboot Dabidmz Rev.2.rar is a collection of files that includes the latest version of FreeMcBoot (v1.966), along with some popular homebrew apps such as wLaunchELF, Open PS2 Loader (OPL), Poweroff APP, and more. These apps allow you to do various things with your PS2, such as launching games from USB, HDD, or network, managing files and settings, shutting down the console remotely, and so on.


Some of the main features and benefits of Pack.FreeMcboot Dabidmz Rev.2.rar are:



  • It is easy to install and use, as it comes with a detailed tutorial and a ready-to-use memory card image.



  • It is safe and reliable, as it does not require any hardware modifications or disc swapping that could damage your PS2.



  • It is versatile and customizable, as it supports various media sources and formats, and allows you to change the look and feel of the PS2 boot menu.



  • It is fun and exciting, as it gives you access to a wide range of homebrew apps and games that enhance your PS2 gaming experience.



To use Pack.FreeMcboot Dabidmz Rev.2.rar, you will need the following:



  • A PS2 console that is compatible with FreeMcBoot (check your model number and BIOS version before installing).



  • A PS2 memory card or hard drive that has enough space to store the files (at least 64 MB for memory card or 4 GB for hard drive).



  • A USB flash drive or external HDD that has enough space to store the games you want to play (at least 4 GB).



  • A PC that can read and write PS2 memory cards or hard drives (you will need a memory card adapter or a hard drive enclosure).



  • A reliable internet connection to download Pack.FreeMcboot Dabidmz Rev.2.rar and the games you want to play.



How to download and install Pack.FreeMcboot Dabidmz Rev.2.rar




Now that you know what Pack.FreeMcboot Dabidmz Rev.2.rar is and what it can do for you, let's see how to download and install it on your PS2 memory card or hard drive.


The first step is to find Pack.FreeMcboot Dabidmz Rev.2.rar and download it safely. You can find it on various websites and forums that host PS2 homebrew files, such as PSX-Place, PSX-Scene, SKSApps, etc. However, be careful when downloading files from unknown sources, as they might contain viruses or malware that could harm your PC or PS2. Always scan the files with an antivirus program before opening them.


Once you have downloaded Pack.FreeMcboot Dabidmz Rev.2.rar, you will need to extract it using a program like WinRAR or 7-Zip. You will get a folder named "Pack.FreeMcboot Dabidmz Rev.2" that contains several subfolders and files. Here is a brief description of what each subfolder and file does:



Subfolder/File


Description


FreeMcBoot Installer


This folder contains the files needed to install FreeMcBoot on your PS2 memory card or hard drive. It includes an executable file named "FREE_MCBOOT.ELF" that launches the FreeMcBoot installer, a configuration file named "FREE_MCBOOT.CNF" that sets the options for the installer, and a folder named "INSTALL" that contains the files to be copied to your memory card or hard drive.


FMCB Configurator


This folder contains the files needed to configure FreeMcBoot after installing it on your PS2 memory card or hard drive. It includes an executable file named "FMCB_CFG.ELF" that launches the FMCB Configurator, a configuration file named "FMCB_CFG.CNF" that sets the options for the FMCB Configurator, and a folder named "SYS-CONF" that contains the files to be copied to your memory card or hard drive.


FreeMcBoot Memory Card Image


This folder contains a file named "FMCB-1.966-NOOBIE-PACKAGE.IMG" that is a ready-to-use image of a PS2 memory card with FreeMcBoot and the homebrew apps installed. You can use this file to create a clone of the memory card using a program like WinHIIP or HDD Raw Copy Tool.


FreeMcBoot Hard Drive Image


This folder contains a file named "FMCB-1.966-NOOBIE-PACKAGE.HDD" that is a ready-to-use image of a PS2 hard drive with FreeMcBoot and the homebrew apps installed. You can use this file to create a clone of the hard drive using a program like WinHIIP or HDD Raw Copy Tool.


Homebrew Apps


This folder contains the files for the homebrew apps that are included in Pack.FreeMcboot Dabidmz Rev.2.rar. It includes folders named "wLaunchELF", "OPL", "Poweroff APP", and others, each containing an executable file and a configuration file for the corresponding app.


Tutorial.txt


This file contains a detailed tutorial on how to install and use Pack.FreeMcboot Dabidmz Rev.2.rar on your PS2 memory card or hard drive. It also provides some troubleshooting tips and links to more resources.


Credits.txt


This file contains the credits and acknowledgements for the creators and contributors of Pack.FreeMcboot Dabidmz Rev.2.rar and the homebrew apps included in it.


After extracting Pack.FreeMcboot Dabidmz Rev.2.rar, you will need to install it on your PS2 memory card or hard drive. There are two methods to do this: using the FreeMcBoot Installer or using the FreeMcBoot Memory Card Image or Hard Drive Image. The first method is recommended for beginners, as it is easier and safer. The second method is faster and more convenient, but it requires some extra tools and skills.


Using the FreeMcBoot Installer




To use the FreeMcBoot Installer, you will need to copy the "FreeMcBoot Installer" folder from Pack.FreeMcboot Dabidmz Rev.2.rar to your USB flash drive or external HDD. Then, you will need to boot your PS2 with a disc that can launch homebrew apps, such as Swap Magic, uLaunchELF, 007 Agent Under Fire, etc. You can find more information on how to boot homebrew apps on your PS2 here.


Once you have booted your PS2 with a homebrew launcher disc, you will need to insert your USB flash drive or external HDD into your PS2 and launch the "FREE_MCBOOT.ELF" file from it using the file browser of your homebrew launcher. This will start the FreeMcBoot Installer, which will guide you through the installation process.


The FreeMcBoot Installer will ask you to select the destination device for installing FreeMcBoot: either your PS2 memory card or hard drive. If you choose memory card, you will need to insert it into slot 1 of your PS2 before proceeding. If you choose hard drive, you will need to have it connected to your PS2 via a network adapter before proceeding.


The FreeMcBoot Installer will then ask you to select the installation mode: either normal or multi-version. The normal mode will install FreeMcBoot only on your current PS2 model, while the multi-version mode will install FreeMcBoot on any compatible PS2 model. The multi-version mode is recommended, as it allows you to use your memory card or hard drive on different PS2 consoles.


The FreeMcBoot Installer will then ask you to confirm the installation settings and proceed with the installation. The installation process will take a few minutes, during which you should not turn off your PS2 or remove your memory card or hard drive. Once the installation is complete, the FreeMcBoot Installer will notify you and ask you to reboot your PS2.


Congratulations! You have successfully installed FreeMcBoot on your PS2 memory card or hard drive using the FreeMcBoot Installer.


<h Using the FreeMcBoot Memory Card Image or Hard Drive Image




To use the FreeMcBoot Memory Card Image or Hard Drive Image, you will need to copy the "FreeMcBoot Memory Card Image" or "FreeMcBoot Hard Drive Image" folder from Pack.FreeMcboot Dabidmz Rev.2.rar to your PC. Then, you will need to use a program like WinHIIP or HDD Raw Copy Tool to write the image file to your PS2 memory card or hard drive.


WinHIIP is a program that allows you to format, partition, and install games on your PS2 hard drive. HDD Raw Copy Tool is a program that allows you to create an exact copy of any storage device, including memory cards and hard drives. You can find more information on how to use these programs here and here.


Once you have written the image file to your PS2 memory card or hard drive, you will need to insert it into your PS2 and boot it. If you have used the memory card image, you will need to insert it into slot 1 of your PS2 before turning it on. If you have used the hard drive image, you will need to have it connected to your PS2 via a network adapter before turning it on.


Congratulations! You have successfully installed FreeMcBoot on your PS2 memory card or hard drive using the FreeMcBoot Memory Card Image or Hard Drive Image.


How to use Pack.FreeMcboot Dabidmz Rev.2.rar to run homebrew apps and games on your PS2




Now that you have installed FreeMcBoot on your PS2 memory card or hard drive, let's see how to use it to run homebrew apps and games on your PS2.


The first thing you will notice when you boot your PS2 with FreeMcBoot is the FreeMcBoot OSDSYS menu. This is a custom menu that replaces the original PS2 browser menu and allows you to launch various homebrew apps and games from different media sources. You can navigate the menu using the directional buttons and the X button on your controller.


The FreeMcBoot OSDSYS menu has several options, such as:



  • Browser: This option lets you access the original PS2 browser menu, where you can manage your memory cards and discs.



  • System Configuration: This option lets you access the original PS2 system configuration menu, where you can change settings such as language, date and time, screen size, etc.



  • wLaunchELF: This option lets you launch wLaunchELF, a powerful file manager and launcher for PS2 homebrew apps and games.



  • OPL: This option lets you launch OPL, a popular loader for PS2 games from USB, HDD, or network.



  • Poweroff APP: This option lets you launch Poweroff APP, a simple app that shuts down your PS2 remotely using your controller.



  • Other Apps: This option lets you launch other homebrew apps that are included in Pack.FreeMcboot Dabidmz Rev.2.rar, such as ESR, GSM, HDL Dump GUI, etc.



You can also customize the FreeMcBoot OSDSYS menu by adding or removing options, changing the order of options, changing the background image and color, changing the font and size, etc. To do this, you will need to use the FMCB Configurator, which is another homebrew app that is included in Pack.FreeMcboot Dabidmz Rev.2.rar. You can launch the FMCB Configurator from the wLaunchELF file browser by selecting the "FMCB_CFG.ELF" file from your memory card or hard drive.


The FMCB Configurator has several options, such as:



  • Configure OSDSYS Options: This option lets you add or remove options from the FreeMcBoot OSDSYS menu, change the order of options, change the names of options, etc.



  • Configure Item Appearance: This option lets you change the appearance of each option in the FreeMcBoot OSDSYS menu, such as the icon, color, font, size, position, etc.



  • Configure FMCB Background: This option lets you change the background image and color of the FreeMcBoot OSDSYS menu.



  • Configure FMCB Texts: This option lets you change the texts that appear on the FreeMcBoot OSDSYS menu, such as the title, the version, the credits, etc.



  • Save CNF to MC0/MC1/HDD: This option lets you save the changes you made to the FreeMcBoot configuration file to your memory card or hard drive.



  • Exit: This option lets you exit the FMCB Configurator and return to the wLaunchELF file browser.



You can find more information on how to use the FMCB Configurator here.


Now that you know how to access and customize the FreeMcBoot OSDSYS menu, let's see how to use some of the homebrew apps that are included in Pack.FreeMcboot Dabidmz Rev.2.rar.


Using wLaunchELF




wLaunchELF is a powerful file manager and launcher for PS2 homebrew apps and games. It allows you to browse, copy, delete, rename, and execute files from various devices, such as memory cards, hard drives, USB drives, CD/DVD discs, network shares, etc. It also allows you to manage your PS2 settings, such as screen mode, language, date and time, etc.


To use wLaunchELF, you can launch it from the FreeMcBoot OSDSYS menu by selecting the "wLaunchELF" option. Alternatively, you can launch it from any other homebrew launcher by selecting the "wLE_kHn_20190313.ELF" file from your memory card or hard drive.


Once you have launched wLaunchELF, you will see a file browser interface that shows the contents of your current device. You can navigate the file browser using the directional buttons and the X button on your controller. You can also use the L1 and R1 buttons to switch between different devices.


Some of the main features and functions of wLaunchELF are:



  • File Operations: You can perform various operations on files and folders, such as copy, delete, rename, cut, paste, create new folder, etc. To do this, you need to press the R2 button on your controller and select the desired operation from the menu that appears.



  • File Execution: You can execute any ELF file (executable file for PS2) by selecting it and pressing the X button on your controller. This will launch the corresponding homebrew app or game. You can also execute any ISO file (disc image file for PS2) by selecting it and pressing the X button on your controller. This will mount the ISO file as a virtual disc and launch it using ESR (a homebrew app that allows you to play backup discs without modchip).



  • Settings Management: You can manage your PS2 settings by pressing the L2 button on your controller and selecting the "PS2 Browser" option from the menu that appears. This will take you to a sub-menu that lets you change settings such as screen mode, language, date and time, etc.



  • Network Support: You can access files from network shares by pressing the L2 button on your controller and selecting the "Network Startup" option from the menu that appears. This will take you to a sub-menu that lets you configure your network settings and connect to network shares using SMB (Server Message Block) protocol.



You can find more information on how to use wLaunchELF here.


Using OPL




OPL (Open PS2 Loader) is a popular loader for PS2 games from USB, HDD, or network. It allows you to play PS2 games without using discs or modchips, by loading them from various media sources. It also allows you to customize the game list with different themes and cover art.


To use OPL, you can launch it from the FreeMcBoot OSDSYS menu by selecting the "OPL" option. Alternatively, you can launch it from any other homebrew launcher by selecting the "OPL.ELF" file from your memory card or hard drive.


Once you have launched OPL, you will see a game list interface that shows the games that are available on your current device. You can navigate the game list using the directional buttons and the X button on your controller. You can also use the L1 and R1 buttons to switch between different devices.


Some of the main features and functions of OPL are:



  • Game Loading: You can load any PS2 game by selecting it and pressing the X button on your controller. This will start the game loading process, which may take a few seconds or minutes depending on the game size and the device speed. You can also press the triangle button on your controller to access a sub-menu that lets you change the game settings, such as compatibility mode, video mode, cheat codes, etc.



  • Game List Customization: You can customize the game list by pressing the select button on your controller and selecting the "Display Settings" option from the menu that appears. This will take you to a sub-menu that lets you change the game list theme, cover art, sorting order, etc.



  • Network Support: You can access games from network shares by pressing the select button on your controller and selecting the "Network Config" option from the menu that appears. This will take you to a sub-menu that lets you configure your network settings and connect to network shares using SMB (Server Message Block) protocol.



You can find more information on how to use OPL here.


Using Poweroff APP




Poweroff APP is a simple app that shuts down your PS2 remotely using your controller. It is useful when you want to turn off your PS2 without getting up from your couch or bed.


To use Poweroff APP, you can launch it from the FreeMcBoot OSDSYS menu by selecting the "Poweroff APP" option. Alternatively, you can launch it from any other homebrew launcher by selecting the "POWEROFF.ELF" file from your memory card or hard drive.


Once you have launched Poweroff APP, you will see a confirmation screen that asks you if you want to shut down your PS2. You can press the X button on your controller to confirm or the circle button to cancel.


Congratulations! You have successfully shut down your PS2 remotely using Poweroff APP.


Conclusion




In this article, we have learned what Pack.FreeMcboot Dabidmz Rev.2.rar is and how to use it to run homebrew apps and games on your PS2. We have seen how to download and install Pack.FreeMcboot Dabidmz Rev.2.rar on your PS2 memory card or hard drive using two methods: using the FreeMcBoot Installer or using the FreeMcBoot Memory Card Image or Hard Drive Image. We have also seen how to use some of the homebrew apps that are included in Pack.FreeMcboot Dabidmz Rev.2.rar, such as wLaunchELF, OPL, Poweroff APP, and others.


Pack.FreeMcboot Dabidmz Rev.2.rar is a great package of files that allows you to enjoy PS2 games without using discs or modchips, by loading them from various media sources. It also allows you to customize the PS2 boot menu with different themes and options. It is easy to install and use, safe and reliable, versatile and customizable, fun and exciting.


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