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Upgrading to KMEAWS 3.55 over OFW 3.55
Upgrading to KMEAWS 3.55 over OFW 3.55 –
i recently upgraded from OFW 3.55 to KMEAWS 3.55. After doing a bit of testing on 3 drives, the only drive that games ran perfectly from was my external 320GB HDD.
Is it possible that upgrading from OFW 3.55 to KMEAWS 3.55 rather than directly from 3.41 CFW to KMEAWS 3.55 has left traces of software on my system that wont allow me to play games from the internal HDD?
It's the only thing that i can think of unless im being really dumb
no, there are no files (as of yet) that would hinder backups from being played. it is most likely a permissions error with your backup files.
Originally Posted by kelemvor
but i cant think of anything that i have done wrong.
I have upgraded to the latest verions of KMEAWS 3.55 CFW. I have installed the Lv2 patch file which i run every time before i launch multiman, i have installed the latest version of multiman, backed up the games to HDD, used the permissions patcher function on it and nothing.
I'm starting to scratch my head on this one and the only thing that i can think of doing is using a seperate permissions fixer file and installing the pkg and then run the games like that but i thought the point of the patch function on multiman was to fix the permissions?
well, ive just copied over dead rising 2 from the usb drive to the internal drive.
I used this file to fix the permissions
and the game locked up on me just as the main guy walked into one of the main level areas.
i dont know what the hells going on but i swear i shouldn't be having this trouble.
MultiMan has lv2 patching built-in now, so you don't need to run kmeaw's patcher before MultiMan. I don't know if running it anyway would cause trouble, though.
I upgraded from 3.41 ofw to 3.55 ofw then to 3.55 kmeaw and have ZERO crashes or freezes after using the 3.55 permissions fix package and Gaia 2.04 which includes the latest level 2 patcher.
Ive tested multiple backups, retail games and bluray movies.