Having problems with Killzone 3.
I got the game a month or so ago, and recently the CD got a huge scratch which prevents it from working now. The PS3 doesn't read it anymore, so I thought it probably is useless. So I went on and "obtained" a copy of Killzone 3, and I placed it into my PS3 using an FTP server.
So the game starts successfully but then I get an error saying that the game couldn't save. I skip the error, and and everything goes well. I am able to access the main menu, but when I go to start the campaign after choosing difficulty, the game freezes. I've been searching since yesterday and I found many solutions, all leading to a PARC file. The PARC file is 9GB, someone suggested splitting it using PS3Splitter, I did as the person did, Following everything to the maximum, but I once again am still encountering the same error. Multiman doesn't seam to be rejoining the files for some apparent reason. And the FTP servers only transfer 500MB of the file and then they say the transfer was successful.
Can anyone help me out here? Not asking for pirated content.
UPDATE: Now I'm getting a black screen after the Move screen. Multiman still lacking in joining the split files. FTP server still can't transfer full PARC file to game. Running from internal.
Long story short, I was holding it and it rubbed against this really sharp thing while I was in the basement. And rent it? Yeah right. :lol: None of my friends own the game, and I can rent the game the for the same price I can buy it. I'm not spending a penny on that game again, I just want to play my backup. :/
EDIT: And don't ask my to obtain it again. I have this little thing called bandwidth, and if I pass over the limit then there are big fees.
EDIT 2: From what I know, I think the problem has to do with the PARC file not joining. Its in the place where the original PARC file should be, but in splitted form. So it should look like this in BCES01007\PS3_GAME\USRDIR:
Thats how it looks in the folder, but Multiman doesn't seem to rejoin it. So I have also attempted this: