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Date added: 2004-07-18 Posted by: clement
Brand: Maxtor Firmware: N/A
Model number: 6Y200P0 Manufacture date: N/A
Model name / serie: DiamondMax Plus 9 Buffersize: 8 MB
Drive size: 200 GB RPM: 7200
PS2 version: v7 Progam(s): HDLoader with 48-bit LBA support
Adaptor model: Ethernet and Modem

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The original HDLoader (which doesn't support 48-bit LBA) detects the size of my my drive as 127GB.
The 48-bit LBA version of HDLoader detects the size of my drive as 189GB.


#1 - posted by (128.238.24*.*)2004-07-22 22:04:11
Where did you get the 48bit lba version of hdloader, and how can one tell if it's the 48lba version.

#2 - posted by Bliss (66.60.17*.*)2004-07-23 00:11:12

#3 - posted by TheShadowRunner (82.122.23*.*)2004-07-23 01:14:21

#4 - posted by dosu (80.90.3*.*)2004-07-23 09:11:17
ps2atad.irx must be replaced

#5 - posted by (68.161.6*.*)2004-07-23 17:06:22
I've read something similar to that. Where can you find the source code for ps2atad.irx? Would it be any trouble for you to copy/paste the file that you currently have? Thank you

#6 - posted by TheShadowRunner (82.122.23*.*)2004-07-23 19:12:44
>dosu>ps2atad.irx must be replaced

where? in the hdloader elf?

#7 - posted by carol s (67.105.18*.*)2004-07-26 15:16:43
so no pressed HDLoader will 48-bit LBA version?

#8 - posted by Ivan (128.238.24*.*)2004-07-26 19:53:54
q is how do you get it to be 48bit by whatever editing?

#9 - posted by Erradicador (200.179.21*.*)2004-08-19 04:20:34
ah, não fode!Esse gringo de marda não quer dizer, então não diz ora!

#10 - posted by yard (209.0.5*.*)2004-08-26 18:09:26
you can edit the ps2atad.irx to be 48-bit but the hdloader itself needs to be 48-bit compatible to recognize it

#11 - posted by gemni (68.154.19*.*)2004-09-22 10:25:52
Search Google for "48bit LBA PS2" (without" "). and go from there.

#12 - posted by Audioooo (24.12.2*.*)2004-10-08 16:09:19
Is you your copy of Hdloader 48-bit LBA on a cd our mcard?

#13 - posted by miller (68.116.25*.*)2005-01-04 15:42:22
also I read that the HD Advance 2.0 supports 200 GB drives. Costs $30.

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