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PCSX2 Config Saver By Lunatic Shade .iso


How to use PCSX2 Config Saver by lunatic shade .iso to backup and restore your PS2 emulator settings




PCSX2 is a popular PlayStation 2 emulator that allows you to play PS2 games on your PC. However, configuring PCSX2 can be tricky, as different games may require different settings to run smoothly. If you want to save your PCSX2 settings for each game and easily switch between them, you can use a tool called PCSX2 Config Saver by lunatic shade .iso.


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PCSX2 Config Saver by lunatic shade .iso is a custom ISO file that contains a program that can backup and restore your PCSX2 settings. You can run it from PCSX2 like any other PS2 game, and it will automatically detect your current settings and save them in a folder named after the game ID. You can also load any saved settings from the same folder, or delete them if you don't need them anymore.


In this article, we will show you how to use PCSX2 Config Saver by lunatic shade .iso to backup and restore your PS2 emulator settings.


Step 1: Download PCSX2 Config Saver by lunatic shade .iso




The first step is to download the PCSX2 Config Saver by lunatic shade .iso file from the internet. You can find it on various websites, such as [Redpoint], [Thingiverse], or [Pixnet]. Make sure you download the latest version of the tool, which is v1.0.0 as of this writing.


Step 2: Run PCSX2 Config Saver by lunatic shade .iso from PCSX2




The next step is to run the PCSX2 Config Saver by lunatic shade .iso file from PCSX2. To do this, you need to mount the ISO file as a virtual drive using a program like Daemon Tools or Virtual CloneDrive. Then, launch PCSX2 and select CDVD > ISO Selector > Browse, and choose the mounted ISO file. After that, select System > Boot CDVD (fast) to start the tool.


Step 3: Backup your current PCSX2 settings




Once the tool is running, you will see a menu with four options: Backup, Restore, Delete, and Exit. To backup your current PCSX2 settings, select Backup and press X. The tool will then scan your current settings and display the game ID, game name, and game region of the game you are playing. Press X again to confirm the backup, and wait for a few seconds until the tool says "Backup completed". The tool will create a folder named after the game ID in the same directory as the ISO file, and save your settings in a file named "pcsx.cfg" inside that folder.


Step 4: Restore your saved PCSX2 settings




To restore your saved PCSX2 settings, select Restore and press X. The tool will then show you a list of folders that contain your saved settings. Each folder corresponds to a different game ID. Use the directional buttons to choose the folder that matches the game you want to play, and press X. The tool will then load the "pcsx.cfg" file from that folder and apply it to your current PCSX2 settings. Wait for a few seconds until the tool says "Restore completed".


Step 5: Delete your unwanted PCSX2 settings




To delete your unwanted PCSX2 settings, select Delete and press X. The tool will then show you a list of folders that contain your saved settings. Each folder corresponds to a different game ID. Use the directional buttons to choose the folder that you want to delete, and press X. The tool will then ask you to confirm the deletion by pressing X again. Wait for a few seconds until the tool says "Delete completed". The tool will delete the folder and its contents from your computer.


Step 6: Exit the tool and enjoy your games




To exit the tool and return to PCSX2, select Exit and press X. The tool will then close itself and return you to the PCSX2 main menu. From there, you can select CDVD > ISO Selector > Browse, and choose the ISO file of the game you want to play. Then, select System > Boot CDVD (fast) to start the game with your restored settings. Enjoy your PS2 games on your PC with PCSX2!


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