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Scared of Comgenie File Manager, need help
Scared of Comgenie File Manager, need help –
Hello users, particularly advanced users who have experience with the question I'm about to ask.
I want to do another backup of my PS3, just for cautionary measures now that I have all my current DLC downloaded and my games and save files and trophies updated with the upgrade to 3.55. As such, I have a 500GB HDD with like...400GB used. Most of that from my legit backups, which are in the GAMEZ folder. Now, I could erase them all and re-rip them, further abusing my laser, but is there any way to say move them to a separate folder on the ps3 where I could use the backup function and not worry about the PS3 trying to archive those as well? And if I can indeed do this, what would you recommend for the move? I hear Comgenie can **** up files with his move command, and Simple File Manager isn't far enough along, so is there a move command through FileZilla perhaps to do this over FTP without it taking Aaaaages? Please advise, and thanks in advance.
I think the move command works in FTP through Blackbox. I know it doesn't work in multiman.
Originally Posted by gundamwfan
Apparently when they say "FTP support" they put in only the bare basic support. I know one of the FTP clients the move command worked for, but not sure which one.
Used the "move" option A LOT, and it never ****ed up files here.
If there is a ****ed up file then just delete that game and re-rip that one, a lot less abusing the laser then doing every thing again :P
Also, in my opinion, if you have a game(and want it backed up on your ps3) than it is just a good idea to download the game... IMO the same as ripping your game but without ****ing your blu-ray laser.
Jesse, you use the Move command with Comegenie or with Blackbox?
Somewhat vaguely related question, but say that I wanted to run the normal PS3 Backup Utility on something like Geohot's MFW 3.55. Should I attempt this, or is it a bad idea? I've been making backups monthly for a while now, but I'm not sure if having some homebrew on there could affect the process adversely.
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