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Can some one test this?
Can some one test this? –
I actually just thought of something. I bet games cannot update because the system is not recognizing the ID of the game when it is trying to install. So can some one try this to see what happens:
1- You need to have a game that must have an update to work.
2- Change the Game ID of Backup loader to match the ID of the game you are testing
3- When prompted for an update, say yes
I wonder if that will work.
Sounds like it could work. There is a stealthed version of the backup manager floating around--it has the Modern Warfare 2 game I.D. However, the game does not work--on an internal or external hdd-so we will have to wait and see.
What? So you can't use a external or internal HDD to play the games? I dont get it.
Originally Posted by Novis13
Yes you can use either an internal or external HDD. The benefit of the internal drive is that is is a little faster and can play any game with a file over 4gb. External drives must be formatted to FAT32, so if a game has just one file over 4gb, it won't install.
Originally Posted by Simon66
Modern warfare 2 and a few other games do not work on internal OR external drives, and no one knows why. Let's just hope backup manager v1.1 fixes these problems and adds NTFS compatibility.
Here is a link to a compatibility list ---> hxxps://spreadsheets.google.com/lv?key=tqjzdwQGOhsHl_KH0KiEC3w&type=view&gid=0&f=t rue&colid0=0&filterstr0=Modern%20Warfare%202&sortc olid=-1&sortasc=true&rowsperpage=250
Change the x's to t's since I can't post links yet.