How to Convert CBS to PS2


Code Breaker is a cheat device for Nintendo DS and Playstation 2, and create a ".cbs" file. To use your ".cbs" file with the Playstation 2 emulator PCX2, you must convert the code breaker file to a ".ps2" file that the Playstation emulator uses. Mymc is a PS2 memory card utility that manipulates Playstation 2 memory card images for the PCSX2 emulator. The software is capable of converting ".cbs" files to a variety of formats, including MAX Drive, X-Port and Playstation 2.

Things You'll Need

  • Mymc
  • Navigate to the Mymc webpage and then click "" under Download mymc to begin the download for Windows. A Python version is also available.

  • Install the program on your computer. Unpack the downloaded zip file and save it to a directory on your computer.

  • Click the "Windows" button on your computer and then type "run" into the Search text box. Click "Run" from the results list and then type "c:\mymc\mymc.exe" into the command line, replacing the directory name "mymc" with the name of the directory selected in Step 2. Click "OK" to start the program.

  • Press the "Open" command, which is the first button on the toolbar.

  • Browse your computer for the ".cbs" file you want to convert.

  • Click the file to select it and then press the "Export" button. Choose a file type and location for your new file.

Tips & Warnings

  • Mymc for Windows requires the April 2006 DirectX update to work.
  • Mymc is an alpha quality software. It has not been extensively tested. Use with caution and ensure you back up your files before use.

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