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  1. #1
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    [Answered] Dead rising 2 - Invalid EBOOT.bin

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    I downloaded a copy of dead rising off of the internet. FTP'd it to my internal HDD on my PS3, when trying to boot it I am just getting the invalid EBOOT.bin error message.

    Any ideas?
    Best Answer - Posted by Kadamose:

    Had the same problem, but the problem was obvious. The backup manager can't read the eboot because it's in another subfolder. To fix this, simply delete the preceeding subfolder - for example, this is what the folder setup looked like before I fixed it.

    GAMEZ/BLT_DR2/BLEU0000/PS3_GAME - to fix this, simply copy the contents of the BLEU0000 folder into the GAMEZ folder, and then delete the BLT_DR2 folder. The setup should look like this: GAMEZ/BLEU0000/PS3_GAME. Backup manager will then recognize the game.

  2. #2
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    Had the same problem, but the problem was obvious. The backup manager can't read the eboot because it's in another subfolder. To fix this, simply delete the preceeding subfolder - for example, this is what the folder setup looked like before I fixed it.

    GAMEZ/BLT_DR2/BLEU0000/PS3_GAME - to fix this, simply copy the contents of the BLEU0000 folder into the GAMEZ folder, and then delete the BLT_DR2 folder. The setup should look like this: GAMEZ/BLEU0000/PS3_GAME. Backup manager will then recognize the game.
    Last edited by Kadamose; 09-24-2010 at 03:24 PM

  3. #3
    I'm rather confused here. Currently my game lies in; dev_hdd0/game/LAUN12345/GAMEZ is there an issue with that at all?

  4. #4
    Quote Originally Posted by The Flashbulb View Post
    I'm rather confused here. Currently my game lies in; dev_hdd0/game/LAUN12345/GAMEZ is there an issue with that at all?
    Thats the total path of your game DIR. It's correct.

  5. #5
    So, forgive my idiocy but what exactly am I removing in order to have the EBOOT file recognised? It's then GAMEZ/PS3_GAME
    Last edited by The Flashbulb; 09-24-2010 at 03:51 PM

  6. #6
    Quote Originally Posted by The Flashbulb View Post
    So, forgive my idiocy but what exactly am I removing in order to have the EBOOT file recognised? It's then GAMEZ/PS3_GAME
    it should be GAMEZ/gameid/ps3_game/EBOOT.BIN

    gameid is for example like bm LAUN12345 <-- looks different for games usually start BLES/BCES think its some region thing,

 

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