10-23-2010 #1Yasanaki Guest
Help my PS3 no longer detects Blu-ray Game Discs?
I loaded Hermes V4b, installed Gaya Manager 1.02. However, this manager doe not load any games for me. As such, i deleted it.
Now my ps3 does not detect and game disc even if i load my ps3 without any JB.
I did a format but still it does not work. I tried to reinstall Gaya Manager and it does not help either.
10-23-2010 #2harveychan Guest
when you delete a manager it also deletes the games in the gamez folder also. Unless you moved the games somewhere else via ftp your games were deleted also.
10-23-2010 #3Yasanaki Guest
Yes i know this. But it is my Blu ray disc in the drive that it can't detect.
I tried a couple of games (not ISO) but its like my Blu ray drive is dead.
and it is only after i Del Gaia Manager.
I tried safe mode restoring system file etc.
I tried formatting HDD and restoring 3.41
My BD drive light is blue when there is a disc.
It seems either Herme V4b removed BD drive somehow.
I have been using the Original JB and just switched to v4b (to load EA MMA) only to have my BD drive now not working. (No Icon nor auto load)
10-23-2010 #4Tek9 Guest
I seriously doubt that any of the payloads or backup managers had anything to do with your blu-ray drive dying on you only thing i can say is that it might be your lens going bad or that it already went bad. I have used both payloads and i've used all kinds of different managers and i've uninstalled them and re-installed them and done that several times to keep updating and i've yet seen the blu-ray drive die on me (knock on wood ~__~).
Your Best bet is to use Hermes v4b to run games without a disc in drive as it doesn't require it i use Hermes v4b and Gaia Manager 1.02 and just mash the X button on the controller and then it returns to xmb then i go to the 1st folder icon apps_home_ps3 i think it's called (this is off the top of my head so dont quote me on the exact name ~__~) and the game shows up and i hit X again and it launches without a disc i do this for all my backups. Sorry to hear that you might have a busted Blu-Ray Drive.