[Answered] Renamed game folders, not playing help?
I have a dongle in a PS3 Slim 120gb using newest multiman with a 750gb external hdd (newest update)
Here is what happened:
I noticed that I could rename the blus, bles etc.. folders on the external and they would work just fine... (I did it just to know when an update came exactly where to put it so I didn't have to check every folder to find the right one) NOW, all these games on the External HDD play fine no problems (EVER)
Anyways, so I decided to do the same with my game folders on the INTERNAL HDD (with multiman) by renaming them as well, the same way (all I did was just add the title to it. e.g. - (blus99999 - assassins creed) (I just added the spaces and name of the game is all)
Now I did NOT rename every game on the internal, but, the ones that I did rename have no picture in the game icon, it says the name of the game, but, it will not load (says 80010006), I can NOT delete it (says can not access hard drive) and NONE of them show up in ANY file manager that I have tried... the ones i didn't change are there and WORK FINE... just the ones I renamed
Can someone help me PLEASE, I have Racking my brain and trying everything I know how. Any help would be appreciated
Thanks in advanced,
Last edited by ddlyarmbar; 09-04-2012 at 05:31 AM
Did you try another FTP Program not Multiman ? eg. an old Black box FTP may help to find the games. There are also a lot more radical solutions like wiping the HDD via recovery menu. Have you tried to rebuild the file system ?
And you always can format the HDD via PC and then restore factory settings on the PS3, re install MM and you should be fine. But pls backup you saves and PSN/DLC content first (don forget the raf's and act's) MM names the game folders normally with their BLUS or so and their name, MM uses a redirection and part of Sonys tools so if not named correctly the content can't be seen by the PS3 , the machine is picky in this way. It sounds to that you dammed the PS3's "registry" or the listing of MM.
If you can find the files via Black Box FTP delete them restore file system and recopy them with MM but I fear you have to take a more drastic route like I mentioned.