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USB to NTFS Format With MultiMAN PS3 Manager Support Guide
NOTE: You Can NOT play games from your NTFS USB drive.
Things you will Need.
The LATEST MultiMAN manager which can be found here - http://www.ps3news.com/forums/ps3-ha...an-114315.html
Step 1 - Formatting your USB (External HDD)
Step 2 - Making/Editing the USB.CGF file that Enables NTFS support on MultiMAN manager.
When you download MultiMAN manager you will find a file named. "USB.CGF" extract it and open it in Notepad, Wordpad ...ETC
NOTE: The text entered on Notepad Varies between USB drives.
Step 3 -
Copy your new "USB.CGF" to your PS3 (/dev_hdd0/game/BLES80608/USRDIR) VIA FTP or MultiMANs File Manager and press [Start + Triangle] to toggle NTFS mode!
MultiMAN should read your NTFS External HDD and you can now copy files over 4GB to your PS3 without using a splitting program or FTP.
(IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO USE A FAT32 or FAT USB to transfer 4GB files over to your PS3 without FTP, look at this guide) - http://www.ps3news.com/forums/ps3-gu...tp-119412.html
Cheers for sharing another handy guide here HeyManHRU and +Rep!
Great Tutorial Thanks
nice guide !
Thanks.. been wondering how to do this, saves me a lot of work in backing up my HDD and re-formatting it to FAT32. +Rep
1st class, your tut couldn't of come at a better time now I have Rebug firmware, very nice I might add, and Deank's latest MultiMAN working well, so your tut saved me a lot of time, so thanks.
Nice Tutorial. However, I have a n00b question to ask:
How do you find the values for the USB because i can't find the values for the USB and i don't see the detail tab under USB properties.
I apologize for the double post.
Last edited by ssj33goku; 05-19-2011 at 08:24 PM
The options that are circled red are supposed to be clicked.
BTW what operating system are you running on your PC?
Can i toggle in multiman back to fat32 mode when i toggle to ntfs?
Last edited by pcdoctor; 05-21-2011 at 01:16 PM Reason: Automerged Doublepost
Yes, just press "Start + Triangle" again to toggle back to your FAT32 HDD.
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