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  1. Merry Christmas dudes, hope you have good holidays :)
  2. Thanks, there was people asking for it here http://www.psx-place.com/threads/easiest-way-to-replace-hard-drive-with-a-bigger-one-cfw.13197/page-2
  3. @zecoxao the sauce has been removed from mega :/ Can someone reupload it ?
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  5. There is a better way, by connecting it to the "prongs" of the power supply... that prongs are 12v (one is GND... the other 12v) and are only enabled when the PS3 is ON In other words... when the PS3 is in standby there is no 12v out of the power supply, and thats good for what you need You will need also a "sata connector extender cable" (containing both...data and power wires)... you will have to mod it a bit to attach the 12v wire to it Something like this (male to female connectors) http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Sata-15-7-pin-combined-Power-and-Data-30cm-Extension-Cable-Male-to-Female-/191
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  8. I been always interested in them just to completion purposes of info in the wiki, i knew was special but had no idea about his contents or how was working The day you did show to me your video it confused me a bit because this is not how is supposed to work, what happens is the "photo", "video", "music" columns of the XMB has an option (by pressing triangle iirc) that allows you to navigate any directory tree from any "data storage device" (this includes cd data discs, dvd data discs, bd data discs, usb storage devices, and the devices connected on the memory cards slots of the first PS3
  9. The white disc and the golden disc are burned copies, right ? (duplicated at home, not soy official) they works on a shop console ? I guess the answer is yes... i was thinking in this (because the original is just a "data disc") and my bet is they should work... can you confirm it ? And btw... lot of time ago (one or two years ago) i was talking with other "someone" in efenet irc that did show to me the video of the walmart and i added it to wiki just to not forget about it, at that time there was no info in wiki about that disc and no page dedicated to shop, so i added it in
  10. I just remember time ago i was talking with someone (sorry dont remember the name) that gave me some info about the IDU disc and i decided to create this wiki page to group all the info about SHOP http://www.psdevwiki.com/ps3/Shop#IDU_Update_Disc So it seems i knew about the contents i was asking in my first message in this thread, sorry (is just i forgot, lol) If someone has more info to add (about the .DAT's ...how are loaded, how shop firmware works, or whatever) please use that page The .DAT are an "hdd backup image"
  11. Ok, then i guess is just a "Data disc" not a "PS3 disc" This means the paths are not hardcoded in the firmware, XMB doesnt "preloads" the contents, and you have to navigate the folder tree to run the .DAT It also means those .DAT can be runned from any path Well, maybe im wrong, doesnt matters, the point is a "data disc" Did you try to install the stuff from the disc in a retail PS3 btw ? (or in a SHOP PS3 model)
  12. There is not an PS3_DISC.FSB at root of the bluray ?
  13. LightningMods Can you you make another upload from this disc with all the files but without the big files ? (without the .DAT's or any other big file) I would like to take a look at the folder/file tree of the disc, the PARAM.SFO's etc... Is to document the ps3 bluray disc structure in ps3 wiki... for this table http://www.psdevwiki.com/ps3/Template:PS3_Disc_Game_Structure and also this page incase we are missing something http://www.psdevwiki.com/ps3/PARAM.SFO I edited those wiki pages and im very used to those files so i will take a look in detail of everything, if there
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