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    Contributor System Repairs's Avatar
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    Confused [Answered] Lost PS3 Blu-ray movie playback help?


    Hello,

    I had installed a 3.55 CFW and had Blu Ray moves playing. I'm not sure if I had some type of file corruption, but used a ftp program to backup and delete some files. The end result was that I lost my Blu Ray move playback. I tried a bunch of things to get this going again.

    1. What files do I need to get the Blu Ray player working?

    2. I also read that if I downgrade to $ony 3.21 (not sure if this is the right FW) then back up to 3.55, I can get it back. Has anyone tried this?

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    What files exactly did you backup/delete? They obviously must be important as you're lost BD playback...

    Try downgrading back to 3.15, then go to 3.21, then 3.41, 3.50 then 3.55 - This has restored playback on a console I repaired a while back.

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    Hello,

    have you test this?... http://www.ps3news.com/ps3-hacks-jai...ther-consoles/

    In this tutorial you can bring back your BD-Playback with remarry the PS3 with the BD-Board.

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    actually i'm sorry to have to correct you but up/downgrading/remarrying wil not restore blu ray playback. the only ways are:

    have a backup of your drl files
    have a method of desoldering and reflashing the chip on the bluray board
    get software that can read the hrl from the bluray then get a util to make yourself a new drl
    write software to read the hrl from the drive and use that to construct a new drl

    and finally my favourite (and i couldnt believe this one actually works but it does)

    install a custom firmware with otheros++ support (the patches used with otheros++ for some reason remove the checks for the drl files - noone seems to know, or care, why)

    the last option is the only viable alternative to a backup and does work. these days any firmware can be patched with otheros++ support so theres no reason to not have the support even if you dont use it (i dont use otheros and i didnt even bother with reformatting my drive and its still fine)

    enjoy.

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    So I have the files and tried this method for my E3 card Reader but can't get past the blank screen:

    http://www.ps3news.com/forums/ps3-ha...-115675-3.html

    I get 20 seconds or so then the green light flashes and the system does not turn off.

    I tried several OFWs and switched off the PS3 at the back and I can only get my 3.55 CFW back. Am I missing something?

    Not sure why but I can't downgrade. I can go through the process and get back my 3.55 CFW. The system does not shut down like the guide says, and I have to shut it off manually though.

    -Maybe it was the CFW I was using?

    -Would it help if I posted the log files?

    * And still no Blu-ray Playback
    Last edited by System Repairs; 06-14-2012 at 11:37 AM Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    There are older versions of CFW that accidentally disable Blu-ray playback yeah... but those are real old-school. So my question is were (not the link) did you get the CFW? And is it a public release?

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    As far as I know its PS3 Custom Firmware v3.55 Backup Manager Patched Wutangrza Kmeaw and I got it from here. I have copies of my drl fies just which ones need to be put back on. I'm trying to FTP files now.

    I tried everything i couild think of:

    1. Different Firmwares (up to OFW 3.55)
    2. Different was of shutting down the console
    3. FTP files I had saved (most files had transfer errors)

    This is a copy of the log file:
    Code:
    manufacturing updating start
    PackageName = /dev_usb000/PS3UPDAT.PUP
    settle polling interval success
    vflash is enabled...
    creating system regions...
    create storage region: (region id = 1)
    create storage region: (region id = 2)
    format partition: (region_id = 2, CELL_FS_UTILITY:HDD0, CELL_FS_UFS)
    create storage region: (region id = 3)
    format partition: (region_id = 3, CELL_FS_UTILITY:HDD1, CELL_FS_FAT)
    creating system regions done.
    boot from nor flash...
    creating nor flash regions...
    create storage region: (region id = 2)
    create storage region: (region id = 3)
    creating flash regions...
    create storage region: (region id = 1)
    create storage region: (region id = 2)
    format partition: (region_id = 2, CELL_FS_IOS:BUILTIN_FLSH1, CELL_FS_FAT)
    create storage region: (region id = 3)
    format partition: (region_id = 3, CELL_FS_IOS:BUILTIN_FLSH2, CELL_FS_FAT)
    create storage region: (region id = 4)
    format partition: (region_id = 4, CELL_FS_IOS:BUILTIN_FLSH3, CELL_FS_FAT)
    create storage region: (region id = 5)
    create storage region: (region id = 6)
    Initializing
    taking a while...
    start Updating Proccess
    Initialize elapsed time = 47 msec
    check UPL
    Check UPL elapsed time = 55 msec
    check Package Size
    get package size elapsed time = 15 msec
    start Updating Package
    Update packages num = 29
    Update packages total size = 160699026
    Update Package Revoke list
    read package revoke list package (576 bytes) elapsed = 2 msec
    update package revoke list elapsed = 179 msec
    Update Package Revoke list done(0x8002f000)
    Update Core OS Package
    read core os package (5193774 bytes) elapsed = 319 msec
    update core os package elapsed = 287 msec
    Update Core OS Package done(0x8002f14b)
    update package elapsed time = 788 msec
    Updating or Verifying failure 0x8002f14b
    UpMng.UpdatePackage() failure
    manufacturing updating FAILURE(0x8002f14b)
    Total Elapsed time = 11047 msec
    This is the log file for going back to my CFW:
    Code:
    manufacturing updating start
    PackageName = /dev_usb000/PS3UPDAT.PUP
    settle polling interval success
    vflash is enabled...
    creating system regions...
    create storage region: (region id = 1)
    create storage region: (region id = 2)
    format partition: (region_id = 2, CELL_FS_UTILITY:HDD0, CELL_FS_UFS)
    create storage region: (region id = 3)
    format partition: (region_id = 3, CELL_FS_UTILITY:HDD1, CELL_FS_FAT)
    creating system regions done.
    boot from nor flash...
    creating nor flash regions...
    create storage region: (region id = 2)
    create storage region: (region id = 3)
    creating flash regions...
    create storage region: (region id = 1)
    create storage region: (region id = 2)
    format partition: (region_id = 2, CELL_FS_IOS:BUILTIN_FLSH1, CELL_FS_FAT)
    create storage region: (region id = 3)
    format partition: (region_id = 3, CELL_FS_IOS:BUILTIN_FLSH2, CELL_FS_FAT)
    create storage region: (region id = 4)
    format partition: (region_id = 4, CELL_FS_IOS:BUILTIN_FLSH3, CELL_FS_FAT)
    create storage region: (region id = 5)
    create storage region: (region id = 6)
    Initializing
    taking a while...
    start Updating Proccess
    Initialize elapsed time = 53 msec
    check UPL
    Check UPL elapsed time = 57 msec
    check Package Size
    get package size elapsed time = 16 msec
    start Updating Package
    Update packages num = 30
    Update packages total size = 165960352
    Update Package Revoke list
    read package revoke list package (576 bytes) elapsed = 2 msec
    update package revoke list elapsed = 178 msec
    Update Package Revoke list done(0x8002f000)
    Update Core OS Package
    read core os package (5212416 bytes) elapsed = 321 msec
    update core os package elapsed = 57571 msec
    Update Core OS Package done(0x8002f000)
    Update VSH Package
    sys_memory_container_create() success(id = 0xc0effffe)
    Update VSH's package : 1/22
    read vsh package (1870 bytes) elapsed = 3 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 49 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 126 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 32 msec
    Update VSH's package : 2/22
    read vsh package (1986317 bytes) elapsed = 124 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 157 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 149 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 137 msec
    Update VSH's package : 3/22
    read vsh package (4827124 bytes) elapsed = 298 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 318 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 269 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 293 msec
    Update VSH's package : 4/22
    read vsh package (4184462 bytes) elapsed = 258 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 282 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 468 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 299 msec
    Update VSH's package : 5/22
    read vsh package (3217207 bytes) elapsed = 203 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 244 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 639 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 257 msec
    Update VSH's package : 6/22
    read vsh package (28581 bytes) elapsed = 10 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 51 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 93 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 35 msec
    Update VSH's package : 7/22
    read vsh package (7317217 bytes) elapsed = 456 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 387 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 1253 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 380 msec
    Update VSH's package : 8/22
    read vsh package (10384932 bytes) elapsed = 643 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 292 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 1064 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 408 msec
    Update VSH's package : 9/22
    read vsh package (10266419 bytes) elapsed = 638 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 297 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 1687 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 417 msec
    Update VSH's package : 10/22
    read vsh package (10195597 bytes) elapsed = 635 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 281 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 453 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 397 msec
    Update VSH's package : 11/22
    read vsh package (10366464 bytes) elapsed = 647 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 301 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 1878 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 468 msec
    Update VSH's package : 12/22
    read vsh package (10027008 bytes) elapsed = 625 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 289 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 1197 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 416 msec
    Update VSH's package : 13/22
    read vsh package (9578659 bytes) elapsed = 601 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 365 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 1920 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 485 msec
    Update VSH's package : 14/22
    read vsh package (9212109 bytes) elapsed = 580 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 445 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 2187 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 496 msec
    Update VSH's package : 15/22
    read vsh package (8036686 bytes) elapsed = 507 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 393 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 2700 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 455 msec
    Update VSH's package : 16/22
    read vsh package (8982224 bytes) elapsed = 565 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 394 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 1164 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 425 msec
    Update VSH's package : 17/22
    read vsh package (8765184 bytes) elapsed = 554 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 356 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 3485 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 603 msec
    Update VSH's package : 18/22
    read vsh package (9577711 bytes) elapsed = 604 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 304 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 3934 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 664 msec
    Update VSH's package : 19/22
    read vsh package (8621592 bytes) elapsed = 546 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 265 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 3795 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 661 msec
    Update VSH's package : 20/22
    read vsh package (7232836 bytes) elapsed = 462 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 388 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 3031 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 582 msec
    Update VSH's package : 21/22
    read vsh package (7344037 bytes) elapsed = 472 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 277 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 782 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 447 msec
    Update VSH's package : 22/22
    read vsh package (7945799 bytes) elapsed = 508 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 217 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 334 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 353 msec
    Update VSH Package done(0x8002f000)
    Bul-ray Disc Player Revoke
    read bdp revoke package (1775 bytes) elapsed = 5 msec
    decrypt and verify bdp revoke package elapsed = 54 msec
    write bdp revoke package elapsed = 1 msec
    Bul-ray Disc Player Revoke done(0x8002f057)
    update package elapsed time = 116191 msec
    Updating or Verifying failure 0x8002f057
    UpMng.UpdatePackage() failure
    manufacturing updating FAILURE(0x8002f057)
    Total Elapsed time = 126257 msec
    My next step is to format the drive first then try. Anyone else have any Ideas?

    I will try this link in the next few days.

    http://www.ps3news.com/ps3-hacks-jai...k-fix-arrives/
    Last edited by System Repairs; 06-17-2012 at 04:57 AM Reason: Automerged Doublepost