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Hermes v3 with OpenBm 1.16- Nearly all games return error code 80010017
Hermes v3 with OpenBm 1.16- Nearly all games return error code 80010017 –
I successfully jailbroke my PS3 with my TI-84 running the Hermes v3 exploit and Open Backup Manager 1.16. I managed to back up some of my games to my internal HDD, however, whenever I try to start them up, the screen goes black, and I'm kicked back to the XMB with "Error Code 80010017".
My games are all green on the official compatibility list, so they should work. I've tried playing with and without a disc in the drive (including with all the coresponding disks for each game), with both patched mode and normal mode in OpenBM.
The only game that works for me is Red Dead Redemption, however I already had some saves on my HD for that game (unlike my other games), so maybe that has something to do with it? It is also much choppier than when I run it from the disk.
I've researched this error and people say it is because of a faulty Blu-Ray drive. However, mine works perfectly fine when the exploit isn't running.
I can't find anything on this problem anywhere. Any suggestions? I think It's kind of depressing that my jailbroken PS3 is less functional than when it's operating normally.
So to check..... (I have PIC with Hermes V3 and OM1.16).
(Make sure you have a disc in the BD-Rom drive.)
You load Open Manager, then select the game you want to load, then click Launch.
This takes you back to the main dashboard....
Go up, until you see the "disc channel", this should have the name of the game you just tried to launch. (Instead of using /app_home/ps3game).
With that method, I've run all games fine, until I discovered about using the disc channel, lots of games would error/black screen.
This happened to me and i could not get it sorted either. In the end i did a full format and then installed everything fresh and now it works flawlessly
It appears I've solved my own problem.
I uninstalled Open Manager, as well as all the games I had dumped, and reinstalled a pre-compiled copy of it I got off of ps3news.com. I think somebody here linked it a ways back in the Open Manager thread.
Interestingly, this new copy was about 1MB in size, while the one I had compiled myself had been only ~650 KB. Bit of a sizable difference, no? Anyhow, I re-dumped my games, and everything has worked perfectly so far.
Anyway, for future reference, boys, get the pre-compiled version of Open Manager from ps3news.com instead of making your own. Less work, and less chance of screwing it up. I could have saved myself an hour if I had known that...