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Memor32 Firmware v1.2e Update released!

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351w ago - Memento (Max Louarn et al.) have released a new build of their Firmware for use with the Memor 32 Memory Card for PS2/PSTwo.

Download: Memor32 Firmware v1.2e / Memor32 Firmware v1.2e [Mirror]

Main Features added to this release:

- Fixed stupid last-minute bug which caused failed boot on some games. All games that were reported as not-working are now booting correctly.

- Added DVD-DL suport for some games (like Champions of Norahh, Midnight Club 3 Dub Edition Remix). This is still to be considered a beta feature and will be fixed completely in the next firmware release.

- Fixed DEV1/Dev3 on some PS2 versions (some models had issues, everything should be fixed now).

- Fixed Browser boot on some PS2 models, now disk will boot from browser on all PS2 Models.

- Added MEMENTO LOGO during dvd and DEV boot modes.
 

PSP Firmware 3.73 Update Released!

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351w ago - A new PSP Firmware Update is now available via Network Update and linked below. Thus far, only one familiar change is listed in the changelog:

  • Support for PLAYSTATION Network titles has been expanded

    Download: PSP Firmware v3.73 (US) / PSP Firmware v3.73 (EU)

    Not an exciting update, although it means more PSN titles for PSP are forthcoming which will likely require Firmware 3.73. Additionally, Service Mode has been confirmed as working and PSAR Dumper decrypts everything for those wondering.
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    Rock Band users discovering hardware issues?

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    352w ago - While we're still quite early in the game (literally), reports have started trickling in that there may be some substantial issues with some of the hardware included in Harmonix's latest and greatest, Rock Band. According to forum posts from disgruntled users, folks who've just gotten the game are having a litany of problems, from drums with no sensitivity, an always-on whammy, and sticky buttons -- but most of the stress seems to be related to the downstrum.

    Current descriptions paint the problem as an overly- or ineffectual strum, resulting in a pretty annoying game experience. Of course, it's early on right now, and it's too soon to know if this is a widespread problem or if it's relegated to a small production batch. We pose this question to our readers: are you having Rock Band issues?
     

    Call of Duty 4 PS3 Firmware problems resolved!

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    352w ago - As expected, Infinity Ward has confirmed that the problems of the PS3 version of Call of Duty 4 following the release of firmware v2.01 are now over and done with.

    They announced that gamers should no longer be receiving error messages or any other issues related to the firmware update in the game and they thanked for everyone letting them know so they could get the issued resolved efficiently.

    The actual fix is separate to a forthcoming patch for the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions which promised optimisation of the multiplayer experience. However patch v1.2 for the PC is available to grab from InfinityWard.com.
     

    Update: Microsoft Starts New Ban Wave on LIVE Against Modified Firmware

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    352w ago - UPDATE: It appears that modified fw is NOT being detected, and is instead once again due to 'bad' discs. Keep in mind that the only full proof way to make a 1:1 backup is to do it yourself. iXtreme is as fullproof as it can be, in that it validates everything it possibly can from a firmware point of view, but a game can have slight data change somewhere, most commonly in DMI. Or it can be due to early copies being watermarked so to speak.

    This is why you run the risk of being banned on xbox live if you pirate games. Always remember that you run a risk doing such actions.

    In regards to game data being properly validated, xdvdmulleter is a tool that has a constantly maintained database to validate backups against retail copies to ensure full stealth. If you have a samsung SH-D16x and would like to contribute to the project to prevent future Live bans.

    It looks like Microsoft started a new wave of bans against modified DVD firmwares or DVD+/-R DL discs.

    Several users on our forums and on IRC report their Xbox 360 has been banned from LIVE today. We get reports of Toshiba-Samsung and Hitachi-LG drives banned with both Xtreme and even the newer iXtreme firmwares. However we also see many reports of people who are currently on LIVE and have no been banned (yet). No reports of banned...
     
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