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    Registered User einob's Avatar
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    [Answered] select + x error help?


    ps3breakv1.2 on v1.7 and Multiman 1.15.5

    Everything was working great after my son turn it off I turned on to play I get an error, When I hit select + x it asks do I want to load the BD morror I say yes then I get (error occurred while moving game to new location) push ok it goes back to BM.

    Everything else works great just the games that needs select + x to start, I've reloaded multiman three times and still get error.

    Any help would be much appreciated.

    einob

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    You will need to manually move the files from the game you were playing back to their correct folder location (i.e. BLUSXXXXXX) and then try to launch the game again.

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    he was only playing one game but all the games that require you to use the select + x black screen fix is having the same error and as far as I can tell all the game files are in the right place??

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    I see. Perhaps you should reinstall the most recent version of MultiMan over your current version, it may be corrupted.

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    Thanks for your reply. I've deleted multiman two times with 1.15.2 and tried 1.16.0 now back to 1.15.5 still with the same problem. I think it must be a file that got messed with and not getting deleted I'll keep trying if I solve it I will post.

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    There was this problem I had once. multiMAN moved my PS3_GAME folder to the root of my USB and forgot to move it back, so I manually moved it back into my game, and voila things started working.

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    I think you both were trying to say the same thing and it was a ps3 game file out of place and when you said look for a ps3 game file on root BINGO!!

    Thank you both for the help

    einob