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    Help with .bin file after decryption?

    Hey everyone I have decrypted my HDD and now im left with with a .bin file. Does anyone know how i can extract the files from the .bin to gain access to the .ff files that you need to edit the mw2 patch? I am able to find them in winhex but i dont know how to get to them. I have tried mounting and stuff but no luck with that

    Thanks in advance, Jake

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    Afaik the Cell Filesystem isn't researched, so ther is no other way to extract your files other then doing it with a hex editor.

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    Hey mate thanks for the reply I have located the files that i want to extract with winhex and highlighted them then made them into a new file my question is how do i extract them as a .ff using winhex i am trying to get the mw2 patch files and iv heard you need a IWff so no i just need a way of extracting it with winhex?

    Thanks in advance

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    Take the IWffu100 image and find its ending. Then you want to copy all that and then open up Hex Editor Neo and paste all the characters in a new file. Then name it Patch_mp.ff

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    hey mate, i have done that but i keep getting that stupid header error i think hunter had the same problem but i'm not sure i think i read it on here. Does anyone know how to help?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by vanillathunder2 View Post
    hey mate, i have done that but i keep getting that stupid header error i think hunter had the same problem but i'm not sure i think i read it on here. Does anyone know how to help?

    Thanks
    Here is a hint, you need to decompress the .bin file. 7-Zip, Power ISO, and Magic ISO won't work. So you need to find something ;]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wescyd3 View Post
    Here is a hint, you need to decompress the .bin file. 7-Zip, Power ISO, and Magic ISO won't work. So you need to find something ;]
    I have tried all of what you have listed I know none work I have heard maybe zlib will work? I know simply zip has a zlib feature in it, but at the moment i don't have a clue what else and i don't want to be trying decompression programs all day lol would you be able to tell me or give me bigger hint

    Thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by vanillathunder2 View Post
    I have tried all of what you have listed I know none work I have heard maybe zlib will work? I know simply zip has a zlib feature in it, but at the moment i don't have a clue what else and i don't want to be trying decompression programs all day lol would you be able to tell me or give me bigger hint

    Thanks in advance
    Use r-studio to Scan the whole ff file. It will tell you what file types are there. You need to find a zlib block. The hex starts with 78da in hxd. You need to find the end of block hex. Copy bytes start to finish and save new file as a .zlib use simplyzip to decompiled the zlib block view the dump on word pad or note pad. You will then see the values. There's a few zlib blocks you need to find though so be patient.

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    The PS3 HDD has several partitions. You have to read the partition table using a hex editor to determine where the GameOS partition is located and copy it to a new file. After that you could mount that file on a Linux machine using the loopback option. The filesystem type of the GameOS partition is UFS2.

    The format of the partition table has been described somewhere here in the forum.

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    wescyd - i've been playing around all day, i have managed to use FastFile to dump my 2 IWffu100 sections, and it shows more text but no files, however all the 78das have been removed it looks like.

    i ran my .ffs in rstudio and didnt get nothing, something doesnt add up here..

 
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