The Last of Us confusion

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  1. TheJinKazama
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    TheJinKazama Advanced Member

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    Hello,

    Brand new to the PS3 scene. Using a PS3 on the latest Rebug firmware (4.46.1) with the latest multiman. I have backups of The Last of Us on 2 blu-ray disks, disk 2 has a sticker saying "transfer this folder to disc 1 folder PS3_Game/ USDIR/ build/ main before transfer to HDD". I'd like to run it from the blu-rays or from the internal hard drive if possible as I don't have an external one. I tried to put both disks in and run them through multiman but the screen goes black on each. I copied disk 2 onto the internal drive using multiman and tried running disk 1 but it also went black. I then tried to copy disk 1 (while disk 2 was still on the internal) but ran out of space (it's only a 36GB HDD). Can you advise me on what to do next?

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  2. Subtle Demise

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    Either upgrade the Hard Drive, or get an external. I may be wrong, but as far as I know we still can't launch games from disc.
     
  3. trumpet-205

    trumpet-205 Embrace the darkness within

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    Buy an external drive or upgrade internal drive. Games cannot be launched when files are separate.
     
  4. TheJinKazama
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    I got an external HDD and copied both disk files to it using multiman. How do I go about combining them as the sticker I mentioned above suggests and then playing?

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  5. TheJinKazama
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    TheJinKazama Advanced Member

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    Update: Installed both disks, copied the files from disk 2 using multiman's file browser then deleted the top folder 20140316-233841-[DISC-COPY] and kept The.Last.Of.Us.PS3-DUPLEX, adding BCES01584 to the beginning and removing spaces. Works fine.