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MultiMAN v04.40.00 PS3 Server and Showtime Edition Updates Out


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58w ago - Following up on the previous update, today multiMAN PS3 back-up manager has been updated to version 04.40.00 Base (20130602) which includes a new server and mM Showtime Edition updates with the changes below.

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To quote from deank: Here is a quick update to multiMAN: Since my old server has no chance of going up again I decided to use my home "server" to restore the covers / themes / webcolumn / game-updates functionalities.

Please do not abuse it - it may get slower from time to time, but this is all I can do at the moment. This is the only change in this version (new update / online server) along with SHOWTIME.SELF 04.03.240 for mM and as standalone.

multiMAN ver 04.40.00 BASE (20130602).zip Includes:

  • multiMAN ver 04.40.00 BASE CEX (20130602).pkg
  • multiMAN ver 04.40.00 BASE DEX (20130602).pkg
  • Showtime 04.03.240 [CEX].pkg
  • Showtime 04.03.240 [DEX].pkg
  • lastGAME6.pkg
  • gameDATA6.pkg
  • bdRESET6.pkg
  • stDISC4.pkg
  • ps3netsrv_mmDM_mmRAS.zip

multiMAN ver 04.40.00 STEALTH (20130604).zip

This is the BASE STEALTH version.




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misiozol's Avatar
#648 - misiozol - 32w ago
Instead of ftp them , try to use flash drive sometimes on ftp they get corrupted sometimes or attributes missing.

jojo1000's Avatar
#647 - jojo1000 - 32w ago
Hi Bro, Good to hear from you.

I tried that. It didn't work. In fact, all the games showed up within the XMB as "corrupted data" and I had to delete them.

I think it's because of the way I transferred files to the PS3 (not in PASV mode). I am trying that now and shall report back with any findings.

Thanks a ton

misiozol's Avatar
#646 - misiozol - 32w ago
Use rebuild database in safe mode , and triangle > rescan in multiman , should help

jojo1000's Avatar
#645 - jojo1000 - 32w ago
Hi, I am on Rebug 4.46. Everything works perfectly from Multiman using my external HDD. I have some games FTP'd into the internal hard drive. None are showing up in the multiman menu.

However, when I go into the multiman file manager and manually run the eboot.bin files, the games run perfectly.

Is there any work around to this. I would understand "if one of the games would have been corrupt" and not showing. But 4 games within the internal HDD are not showing up at all.

Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thank you so much in advance.

An update: dev_hdd0/game folder is where the games go with their PS3 Internal name (BSEXXXXXX). So I know I am doing this correctly.

Another Update: Games folders ARE labelled correctly. with PS3_GAME having the underscore. Going to try a Multiman "Fix Permissions" now and shall report back.

Update Again: Sorry, cannot fix permissions because I can't see the game in the list of games at all.

I need help now ... please.

EkE's Avatar
#644 - EkE - 32w ago
We have prepared a program for you, which you could make ODE ISO's for E3, Matrix, Cobra, 3K3y and Modbo.

See Changelog... If you play online games please use IRD files!

Download: konzolszerviz.com/ps3gen/KcOM_IRD_files.zip

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