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Murray

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Just thought I'd share this. This wasn't my idea, it was mentioned in another thread somewhere. I can't recall exactly where I saw it but credits to those people for alerting me to this!

This makes it so you can change the SD card on your CPS2 kit without having to remove the cps2 kit from your cab and opening up the system. PITA!!! You can have a hacks memory card that you can just easily swap out to try and not have all those hacked roms cluttering up your list when you are scrolling.

Here's the product. It plugs into the SD card slot and extends the cable. You can get them on ebay. Just make sure you buy MICRO SD to MICRO SD. It should plug into itself like the second picture.

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Here's how I installed it. I hot glued it into place. It fits pretty neatly and the glue is very strong. I used the rubber band to hold it in place whilst i was gluing it as it had a tendency to flop around and not want to sit in place, and i only have two hands to work with! Just make sure you plug it into the CPs2 multi kit micro SD slot before you put the case back together.
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Now I can just pop the micro SD card out and change it without having to even remove the board at all from my cab!
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Stupid Dufus

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Hadn't even thought of putting it where the coin counter goes.

I took my extension apart and ran it through one of the vents/slots on the top. Just kind of dangles, but works for my needs.
 

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I think we've been all doing this for years. The minute I got the multi I knew I needed an extension, because there was no way I was going to open the B board case every time I wanted to add new files. I didn't want to cut or otherwise damage the original case, so I took the plastic casing off of mine and managed to position it with some folded up cardboard pieces, so that it sits securely. Hot glue would work as well, as you can just peel it off later, but yeah. It's functional.
 

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I think we've been all doing this for years. The minute I got the multi I knew I needed an extension, because there was no way I was going to open the B board case every time I wanted to add new files. I didn't want to cut or otherwise damage the original case, so I took the plastic casing off of mine and managed to position it with some folded up cardboard pieces, so that it sits securely. Hot glue would work as well, as you can just peel it off later, but yeah. It's functional.
I hear ya... I'm a little slow to the party :)
 
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