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  1. #11
    mshii Guest
    my BD drive doesn't work..

  2. #12
    moeaz05 Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by PS3Slayer View Post
    Generated the DRL files and copied to PS3, as per instructions. Just placed Star Trek bluray (MKB 14) into PS3 and it played first time (non-jb mode) !!
    could you please send me the drl files for star trek..


  3. #13
    PS3Slayer Guest
    Here you go. Hope you get it back working.

  4. #14
    moeaz05 Guest
    thanks so much! but these are .bin files? how do i make .drl?

    also can you please tell me if this is NTSC or PAL pls and thanks.

  5. #15
    PS3Slayer Guest
    They are DRL files, with .bin extension. Put them on a usb stick and run the DRL_Copy app on the Ps3 to copy them into flash3.

    Make sure you run DRL backup to make a copy of your existing ones first.

    PAL/NTSC doesn't make a difference here, but they are from a region 2 bluray.

  6. #16
    moeaz05 Guest
    NTSC or PAL does matter.. i'm guessing you are PAL since the files did not work?

    ps: thanks for all your help

  7. #17
    kevorkian Guest
    Just to inform, I recovered BR Function using DRLtool and District 9 MKB 16 UNIQUE.

    I tried other downloaded DRL D9, just the calculeted from AACS - DRLtools from mine disc work.

  8. #18
    Heapy1983 Guest

    Big Grin This may help

    So I've been scratching my head over how to restore my Blu-ray playback, and I'd been unsuccessful until today. I thought that the only 2 Blu-Rays I'd watched on my PS3 were Apocalypto and Transformers. I'd been messing around with the MKB files and running them through DRLgen to create the .bin files, without any success.

    I then stumbled across th BD Data Utility on the XMB, on here it showed details of all the Blu-Ray films I had watched, along with the dates. This reminded me that I had watched 2012 also (a copy I borrowed, so didn't have the original disc), and that it was the most recent film I had watched. I managed to find the generated DRL file online, along with the knowledge that it was level 16 security.

    All I did was to create a DRL from a Bluray I had (Transformers) using the MKB_RO.inf to create the 2 .bin files. I then opened these up in a hex editor and replaced the HEX with the DRL info from 2012 I found on the net. I put these in the "PS3bluray" folder on my USB, inserted into the PS3, ran DRL copy and after restarting my PS3, BLU-Ray was restored!

    Just to confirm, my hard drive was formatted when I downgraded, and when I restored my data from a back up it kept the data on the "BD Data info" on the XMB.

    Basically this info can help re jog your memory over what discs have been played, along with the dates. I hope this helps anyone in a similar position I was In.


  9. #19
    WheedWhack3R Guest
    anybody have drl files from the book of eli? That is the last movie I saw. Could somebody upload it, if they have it as I don't have a pc blu ray drive yet. Thanks

  10. #20
    daveribz Guest
    You could always just go to a movie rental store and rent it

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