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Discussion in 'PS3 - Hacking & Homebrew' started by terminal_illness, Dec 1, 2010.

Dec 1, 2010

help!, by terminal_illness at 1:41 AM (948 Views / 0 Likes) 9 replies

  1. terminal_illness
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    Member terminal_illness Dark Hadou Master

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    i have a ps3 with 3.41
    i have the latest multiman
    what do i need to do to get games with files larger than 4gb onto my internal hdd?
    split4g?

    whats the best ftp client to use?

    please help [​IMG]

    thanks in advance.
     
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  3. terminal_illness
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    Member terminal_illness Dark Hadou Master

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    dont be a smartass, what you think i didnt read that?

    where in there does it say how to split a file 4g and larger?

    and i have flashfxp so thanks for nothing. i was asking what the best one to use is... maybe flashfxp isnt the best.

    next time before you open your big mouth to be a dick, maybe read the link you want to post first.
    seriously some areas of this website are FULL of assholes.


    next time i post something like this i will be SURE to mention that i HAVE read the stickies and they suck and are outdated,

    so people like you dont respond with smartass comments like that
     
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    Member Cmurda187 GBAtemp Regular

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    Use ps3splitter to split the files over 4 gb
     
  5. Reboot

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    You don't have to worry about the 4GB limit for the internal drive, only external drives since they are fat32.
     
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    This. I thought this was common knowledge? Internal HDD can take files of any size, it's only external drives that need files to be split into
     
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    Member terminal_illness Dark Hadou Master

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    Thank you very much, if i need to split files, i will use ps3splitter, and i thought the internal was fat32 aswell, good to know its not, ive been modding consoles for a very long time, i just started to scratch the surface on ps3 mods tho, so my knowledge of the console is very limited.

    is flashfxp the best to use?

    also i have the latest multiman and hermes v4. is this the best payload and manager for me ? i have a non working blu ray drive.
     
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  9. Hero-Link

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    right, so did you read the posts above? same thing that is in THE SAME post i directed you to.

    not being smartass, just saying everything that is mostly basic is in the stickies. Plus, any FTP client works, there is no such thing as a 'BEST' one. common knowledge.

    No need to just start spitting names. YOU were the rude one.
     
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    Ok...anyways.
    I recommend using the latest Gaia Manager. It has a very good built in FTP.
    I recommend FileZilla for PC. You do not need anything special to transfer 4gb files to the internal hhd.

    Multiman also has a FTP built in.
     

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