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    [Answered] How to come back from a failed game update?

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    Hi, i tried to update FIFA11 but now it gives me always the error of the disc needed.

    How can i delete the update files so the game works again?
    Best Answer - Posted by jpcanaverde:

    Delete the "Game Data" (not the "Game Savedata").

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    Delete the "Game Data" (not the "Game Savedata").

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpcanaverde View Post
    Delete the "Game Data" (not the "Game Savedata").
    I thought it had to be some more complicated solution, so before i could read your message i tried something with ftp:
    i made a backup copy of the folder BLES01059 (FIFA11) that is located in /dev_hdd0/game/BLES01059 and then i deleted it from the ps3 hdd.

    The game started again and worked good. After that i took a look again in the ftp and i saw the deleted folder was again there but empty. When the older folder had some files with a subfolder too containing a eboot.bin file too. I dont have a clue of what technically happened...

    Anyway now i re-uploaded the folder with all the files and deleted the gamedata in the xmb (appeared corrupted).
    The game works good too.

    My question now is: what is the use of that folder(s) inside /dev_hdd0/game/ ? (I deleted it and the game worked anyway..)

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    Quote Originally Posted by flipponzio View Post
    My question now is: what is the use of that folder(s) inside /dev_hdd0/game/ ? (I deleted it and the game worked anyway..)
    /dev_hdd0/game/BLES01059 - that folder is used for game cache (to speed up loading) and for updates.

 

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