Dexter - DexDrive utility / memory card organizer
Dexter is the utility that DexPlorer should have been. Dexter lets you access a DexDrive
and organize your Playstation memory card data one entry at a time, using an easy, Explorer-style interface.
You don't need a DexDrive
to use Dexter, though. It also supports the use of memory card image files, so you can copy your saves to or from an emulator like ePSXe
What's new in version 1.01
- Improved DexDrive detection and initialization.
- Windows 95, NT version 4, or higher.
- A reasonable amount of RAM, such as 16MB.
- Enough hard drive space to store your game data (8KB per block, 128KB per memory card image).
- A serial port to connect a DexDrive is recommended but not required.
Dexter currently only supports the serial port DexDrive
. Support for other, similar devices is being considered.
Supported file formats
- Memory card image files: .mc, .mcr, .gme, .vgs, .mcd, .ddf
- Single game data files: .mcs, .psx
Japanese language support
Dexter is Unicode-aware when run on Windows NT, 2000, or XP. Japanese support on other systems requires Shift-JIS text capability.
Dexter may be used for non-commercial applications. The original .zip file may be redistributed as long as it remains unmodified and no money, goods, or services are charged or solicited for it.