After starting mymc, you can select the PS2 memory card image you want to work with by selecting the “Open” command by pressing the first button on the toolbar. A simple, hopefully easy to use, graphicial user interface GUI is provided, but it’s limitted to only basic operations. On the right is name of each save, and on the left is the size and protection status of the save. To run the command you need to either add the directory where you unpacked the distribution to your PATH or type the full pathname of the executable. Use the first image to load and save your games with under PCSX2, and the second image to import and export saves games using mysc. So for example, assuming you’ve installed mymc in “c: This will go through all VMCs in a folder, collect all the gamesave info, and provide a window with the full summary.
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To get help with a specific command use the “-h” option with that command eg. After starting mymc, you can select the PS2 memory card image you want to work with by selecting the “Open” command by pressing the first button on the toolbar.
mymc, a PS2 Memory Card Image Utility
The second important thing to note is that mymc is only “alpha” quality software. It pcs2 the same Python code that the Windows distribution is built with using py2exe and supports all the same functionality.
In this later case, you need to specify a memory card image file, but it’s ignored and so doesn’t need to exist. I have only attempted to extend its use to benefit OPL users with some tiny changes. Currently, using “mymc” to start the GUI will result in a fair amount mymv messages being printed that are normally not seen “mymc-gui” is used. Do not try to use mymc to modify a memory card image while PCSX2 is running. The report can be saved to a file.
More advanced opterations require the use of mmymc command line tool.
Log in or Sign up. As mentioned above, if you know the directory name of a save, you can export it.
You can then run the GUI version of mymc by openning that newn directory with Windows Explorer and double clicking on the “mymc-gui” icon. To export a save files, first select it and then press the Export button. So for example, assuming you’ve installed mymc in “c: One big difference is that the Windows DLL “mymcsup.
Its main purpose is to allow save games myymc be imported and exported to and from these images. To run the command you need to either add the directory where you unpacked the distribution to your PATH or type the full pathname of the executable.
Pick any VMC file in the folder, the entire folder will be analyzed. Yes, my password is: If you don’t, then surely that will be when this all catastrophically fails and deletes all your saves. You can also send the saves to someone else to use or just keep them on your hard drive as a backup.
This means that has is been released without extensive testing and may be unreliable. Since memory card images created with either PCSX2 or mymc won’t have any bad pcsz2, this shouldn’t be a problem unless you’ve somehow extracted a complete image from a real memory card and expect to copy it back.
My testing is limited, and focused on the VMC.
psx2 The save file type is auto-detected, so you don’t need use an “-m” option with MAX Drive saves. The extra KB is reserved so that memory card with bad blocks don’t appear to have less space than memory cards with fewer or no bad blocks. Exporting a save creates a save file in either the EMS. PlayStation 2 saves are actually a collection of different files all stored in a single directory on the memory card.
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Doing so will corrupt your memory card. A simple, hopefully easy to use, graphicial user interface GUI is provided, but it’s limitted to only basic operations. On the pcx2 is name of each save, and on the left is the size and protection status of the save.
The following command demonstrates how to export a save in the EMS format using mymc: The Python source version should support big-endian machines, but this hasn’t been tested. The command line utility can be invoked from the Windows Command Prompt by using the “mymc” command.
If you copy the file instead, the program won’t work.