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  1. #1
    306s16 Guest

    Running games on ps3 3.55 kmeaw cfw

    Hi guys, ok since putting Kmeaw's 3.55cfw on my ps3 i've only managed to get GTA iv episodes from liberty city to work and Hawx?

    I've got GT 5 and L.A. noire from my mate and when i copy them to my internal HHD the GT5 gives me an error, i've used mm to change the pram on l.a.noire and i've ran the patch but still get a blank screen?

    What the heck am i doing wrong!!!

  2. #2
    TheShroomster Guest
    When I installed LA Noire i installed on external then used select-x to start game let it copy to internal and ran patch last and mines working great.

  3. #3
    306s16 Guest
    Was that fat32 HHD or NTFS? I tried that and it said it had to be on the internal HHD as it was a split file! Same with GT5?

  4. #4
    HeyManHRU Guest
    Did you try using the latest multiMAN?

  5. #5
    New Guy Guest
    Question: I installed the OFW 3.55 then installed CFW 3.55 KMEAW and in MuliMan the firmware shown is 3.55 [SC-8 I Hermes]

    is that correct?

  6. #6
    HeyManHRU Guest
    Well yeah...

  7. #7
    lewesoor Guest
    just copy it on your ps3 hdd and your good to go..

  8. #8
    TheShroomster Guest
    I made my backup from an official game disk. i don't recall if there were any files bigger than 4GB but it only splits it on external install on internal. And i am using FAT Its almost pointless to use ntfs being the ps3 cant read game data from it.

  9. #9
    306s16 Guest
    Ok cheers all, i'll give it another go!

    BTW: you say ps3 can't read NTFS! But i read that the new MM will read NTFS? No?

  10. #10
    HeyManHRU Guest
    Yes, multiMAN can recognize your NTFS drive if you correctly set it up. You will only be able to transfer files though.

    Here (http://www.ps4news.com/forums/ps3-gu...de-119417.html) is a guide on how to set up a NTFS drive to be recognized by multiMAN.

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