The program should run and prompt "Waiting for USB to game nba live 09 be ready." 6th: Plug in the USB stick and the bios should dump to the USB stick, prompting saying it is "done" when it is finished (I ran the PS2 for an extra 2 mins.
Find the file biosdump.0.elf or the file with the similar filename and copy this to the USB memory stick (in my case the ipod shuffle).
This is how I did it, and may work for somebody else as it took me a while to get it to work properly.3rd: plug in the USB memory stick into your PS2 and run ulaunchelf.#1, 01:17 AM, just thought I would let people know that you can do a bios dump of a PS2 from a USB stick from the CD ISO image.I could not get my PS2 to read CDs or DVDs in ulaunchelf.4th: Turn off the the PS2 and unplug the USB memory stick.You can open the ISO using built in disk utility on mac os x or mount it via a program such as daemon tools on windows.
Game Info, game: Action Replay MAX - Version.34.
Hope this helps someone else.Btw I used an apple ipod shuffle as the usb stick for dumping the bios.File Size:.60 MB, system: Sony Playstation 2, downloads: 169,521, rating: (4.92/5, 433 votes).File Name: Action Replay MAX - Version.34.7z.1st: Install freemcboot onto a memory card so that you have access to ulaunchelf (or find a method of running ulaunchelf via homebrew on the PS2).DO NOT RUN THE program from THE USB stick AT this point (i found this didnt work for me).