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July 26, 2012 // 3:59 pm - Following up on their previous release, today the E3 Team have made available PS3 CFW 3.55 EBOOT fixes for Grand Slam Tennis 2 (DiscID: BLES00709) and Silent Hill Downpour (DiscID: BLUS30565) for PlayStation 3 Custom Firmware users.

Download: Grand Slam Tennis 2 CFW 3.55 / Grand Slam Tennis 2 CFW 3.55 (Mirror) / Grand Slam Tennis 2 CFW 3.55 (Mirror #2) / Silent Hill Downpour CFW 3.55 / Silent Hill Downpour CFW 3.55 (Mirror) / Silent Hill Downpour CFW 3.55 (Mirror #2)

Release names and some details on each PS3 title for those interested as follows:

  • [Grand.Slam.Tennis.2][BLES00709][E3MOD] - Grand Slam Tennis 2 is a tennis video game, developed by EA Canada, it was released for the PlayStation 3 and XBox 360 on February 10, 2012 in Europe and February 14, 2012 in North America. A downloadable demo was released on January 10th for both platforms. It is the sequel to Grand Slam Tennis.


  • [Silent.Hill.Downpour][BLUS30565][E3MOD] - Silent Hill: Downpour is a 2012 survival horror video game developed by Vatra Games and published by Konami Digital Entertainment. The game is the eighth installment in the Silent Hill video game series and was released for the PlayStation 3 and the XBox 360 on March 13, 2012 in North America, March 30, 2012 in Europe and April 5, 2012 in Australia.

    Set in the series' multiverse, which consists of reality and an alternate dimension whose form is based on the series' eponymous fictional American town, Silent Hill: Downpour centers on Murphy Pendleton, a prisoner who enters the town after surviving a traffic collision.

    Pursued by officer Anne Cunningham and periodically entering the alternate dimension, Murphy struggles to escape the town. The game uses a third-person view and is 3D.



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#762 - PS4 News - 6d ago
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Quote Originally Posted by chroncile View Post
Um, what happened to my thread?

I merged it into the ongoing E3 discussion thread since it revolved around one of their products, as this is where we keep / archive all of the related E3 topics.

If you want to start a new help thread you can when your ribbon arrives though.

#761 - chroncile - 6d ago
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So I just opened up my PS3 and sanded down the part of the clip that's close to a resistor on the board (even though it wasn't touching it), cleaned up the clip with some alcohol, added a rubber piece on top, a penny, and another rubber piece and then I noticed that the ribbon had a small tear in it.

I just ordered a new ribbon from eBay. Hopefully it gets here in less than 2 weeks unlike the E3 flasher kit which took 2 months!

As for the log file, it doesn't mention any errors. Everything is OK on it.

BTW, I tried adding pressure with my hands to make some backups before I took apart the PS3 and this time the dumps had 38 dangers instead of 42.

Um, what happened to my thread?

#760 - windrider42 - July 23, 2015 // 11:50 pm
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There should be a log file also recorded on the Microsd card. You could send that txt file to racer as well.

You have determination. I remember your post now. But yeah you need verified dumps before flashing back, so do as said above.

#759 - metzen - July 23, 2015 // 8:48 pm
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Misiozol is right. You need to get a valid dump from the E3 flasher. I know you say that you have enough pressure it sounds like you need to have more pressure applied. When you are making the dump you can apply even pressure with the clips with your fingers.

Please try this again and then run the verifier to make sure you get all good and no error. I used a Sd card plastic piece from a laptop and just applied pressure with that and worked on the third dump.

PM racer and you can also have him verify your dumps for you. Good luck and post back your results.

#758 - misiozol - July 22, 2015 // 2:31 am
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Wrong , it will produce bad dump as not all addresses will be read !! Not much of options there , either you doing something wrong while dumping flash or your E3 if faulty (inner soldering) and makes bad dumps , be sides e3 is not best option in flashers but definitively cheapest inc. clip , if you have some soldering skills would look for teensy2.0++.

#757 - chroncile - July 21, 2015 // 2:59 pm
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Okay so what are my next steps? I'm sure the clip is making contact with the nor chip otherwise it wouldn't even produce a dump, correct? What should I do?

#756 - PS4 News - July 21, 2015 // 2:30 pm
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Go us!!!

Such a dedicated Moderation Team hehe

#755 - misiozol - July 21, 2015 // 2:26 pm
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The other one would be me , and it's really a bad dump.

#754 - PS4 News - July 21, 2015 // 2:05 pm
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Quote Originally Posted by chroncile View Post
Can you remove my attachment from my first post?

Done, only me and one other here downloaded it based on the view count.

FYI I also removed the craplisted url linked in your other post as we don't allow it here due to past issues.

#753 - misiozol - July 21, 2015 // 6:13 am
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Then go there , and do as they say