Originally Posted by djhazardous
No, as the console was at 3.50 when I started, I have a second ps3, I will try swapping the files, also as a side note, has anyone tried ripping the BD discs and then running them as images on the PS3, I have quickly tried accessing the BD drive with a disc in but it shows nothing in the folder using FlashFXP on the PC and blackb0x FTP 1.2 on the PS3
If anyone has any luck accessing the data on the BD disc can you let us know
Success... Woo yeah!!
To anyone who made have a problem with blu-rays here is the list of tasks I used to fix it with many thanks to everyone's input...
1. Backup PS3 System to External Drive incase of System Failure
2. Downgrade to 3.41 (within Factory Mode)
3. Test BD - nothing
4. Downgrade to 3.10 (within Factory Mode)
5. Test BD - nothing
6. Upgrade to 3.41 (within Retail Mode)
7. Test BD - nothing
8. Restore From System Backup
9. Test BD - nothing
10. Downgrade to 2.10 (within Factory Mode)
11. Format HDD (within Retail Mode)
12. Test BD - nothing
13. Upgrade to 3.41 (within Retail Mode)
14. Test BD - nothing
15. Load PS3-FTP (the one made with PSL1GHT)
16. Backup both dev_flash2 & dev_flash3 from the downgraded PS3 (PHAT)
17. Boot up second PS3 in JB mode
18. Load PS3-FTP (the one made with PSL1GHT)
19. Backup both dev_flash2 & dev_flash3 from the second PS3 (SLIM)
20. Shutdown the second PS3
21. Boot up first PS3 in JB mode
22. Load PS3-FTP (the one made with PSL1GHT)
23. Navigate to dev_flash2 and delete the folder 'drm'
24. Now copy the files backed up from the second PS3 (SLIM) into dev_flash2 & dev_flash3 and select Overide on everything
25. Shutdown the first PS3, and turn power off
26. Boot up first PS3
27. Test BD - Success... I'm watching the Blu-ray as I write this
The next task is going to be to restore the data from the initial backup... wish me luck that by doing this I won't mess up the BD Playback.