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  1. #1
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    Question New partition on internal PS3 HDD + BlackScreen Fix help?

    Is it possible at all to make a new partition on internal ps3 HDD yet..? like /dev_hdd2/

    reason I ask is, I was wondering since MultiMan can make BlackScreen Games work by placing them onto the root of a USB HDD and then mounting it as the /dev_bdvd/

    could this method also be done with another internal HDD partition being mounted to /dev_bdvd/ and placing the PS3_GAME Folder into the root of that /dev_hdd2/ new partition..?

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    Not at this time, although that is a good idea. MM can currently mount a previously inaccessible area of the HD as hdd2 but it is pretty small (200 MB I think), but it might be able to be used to mount the Select+X mode games. I would post your idea directly in the MM thread and see what Deank thinks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by severusx View Post
    Not at this time, although that is a good idea. MM can currently mount a previously inaccessible area of the HD as hdd2 but it is pretty small (200 MB I think), but it might be able to be used to mount the Select+X mode games. I would post your idea directly in the MM thread and see what Deank thinks.
    It's actually 2gb big, but is still hardly big enough to do anything with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChokeD View Post
    It's actually 2gb big, but is still hardly big enough to do anything with.
    you can get 150+ games easily on 2gb.. LOL i mean tb.. lucky i caught that one.. i was thinking this guy must have some enormous hdd's.. LOL

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