No special formatting is
required for Network games, any of the PC's normal file systems can be
used. There is a disadvantage of using the FAT32 file system, as it has
a 4GB limitation and you will need to use a USB Installing
program for games over 4GBs. If your using the FAT32 file system, then
read the USB section Formatting
and Installing for more info.
0.8 supports using the .iso format and there is no
need to " Install " any games, with
the exception of the FAT32 limitations
. Simply rip your games
from disc to .ISO
format and follow the instructions below.
You will need to rename the ISO in this form: (You can use iso2opl.exe to auto-rename
for you, see below)
- The game-code
can be found
by viewing the disc contents and will appear
as a filename, from the disc label or on the side of the case.
Its is very important that the game-code has an underscore and .iso in lowercase in the filename, as
shown in the example below.
- The name
will be what appears in the game list. The name must NOT exeed 32 characters (including spaces) or it will not
You will need to
create 2 folders, CD
, both MUST
be uppercase. Place these on the root of
your Share folder/drive. Now place the DVD ISO's into the DVD
the CD ISOs into the CD folder.
OPL will display them in the Network Games list.
- Windows - Linux
You can convert games that were installed for USB format (.001, .002, .003, ul.cfg )
back to ISO format.
- Place the opl2iso.exe
into the game Share folder where your games are installed .
- Run the command prompt and type the path to the
directory, then the command [opl2iso.exe]
and press the enter key.
Place your ISO's into the CD or DVD folder and you can run the below
program to rename them properly for use in OPL
- Windows - Linux
You can rename all ISO files in your directory with one
filename you used for the ISO will be the name used for the renaming
process. Names can NOT
more than 32 characters (including
) or it will not display in OPL.
Example: Despicable Me
is renamed to: SLUS_219.33.Despicable Me The
- Place the iso2opl.exe
in the directory (CD or DVD) your ISO files are located.
- Run the command prompt and type the path to your
directory, then the command [iso2opl
SCAN] and press the enter key.
Example: D:\PS2SMB\DVD\>iso2opl SCAN
Your ISO files should now all be in the proper
You can still use USB Installed game if you wish, OPL will
display both the installed games and the ISO games if they are in the
same Share. Place the DVD and CD folders on the root where your
installed games are located.