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  1. #11
    torroa Guest
    How about Red Dead? This is impossible on a FAT32 disk.

  2. #12
    babsy98 Guest
    don't work here..

    Game : dot 3d , 3.2 GB

    invalid eboot.bin

  3. #13
    kAs1m Guest
    So, what about unplayable games like Modern Warfare (1/2) or White knights chronicles? Does it works if we use the laser discs?

  4. #14
    sensismile Guest
    my notebook @ work got a blu ray burner .. will this really work .. and if this is true - a ps3 with dead blu ray drive - but working dvd laser could be used too .. and could the burned dvd-r replace the "original" which is needed for the backup manager to boot a game ?

    Sensi

  5. #15
    B4rtj4h Guest
    This is cool

    Because IF you run it via a disc... Sony can't trace it right ??

  6. #16
    KRONie Guest
    Nope, you still have to use backup manager.

  7. #17
    patholi Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by B4rtj4h View Post
    Because IF you run it via a disc... Sony can't trace it right ??
    i heard you have to load the disc via backup manager, so Sony CAN trace it...

  8. #18
    tjay17 Guest
    This is great making strides everyday.

  9. #19
    aamir007 Guest
    I don't see the point of this when you can just back them up onto the hard drive and play them. This method removes the continuous disk swapping but yet some people actually want to burn them to DVD. Well it would be helpful to those who can't download games and for those games that don't work internally, i guess you'll be seeing these in the black market soon in popular places.

  10. #20
    spark32 Guest
    Hahaha I'm liking this. I get to keep all the 1 year+ old blank DVD's from work (there are so many, and many good ones too, all work fine). I'm liking this option.
    Quote Originally Posted by tripellex View Post
    Nice. Glad to see more progress is being made for playing backups on other media besides an external (or internal) HDD.
    This is good news for your site huh?

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