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Strange, my downloaded US version of MOH doesn't have an eboot.bin. What now?
Also there are two param.sfo files. One in PS3_GAME\PKGDIR and one in PS3_GAME\PKGDIR\PKG00. Which one has to be replaced?
You don't need to install the game data to the external drive (takes too long).
Install patch from usb drive, link is in the thread.
That's for BLUS30436
Run the game from external (after swapping eboot and patching param.sfo).
Running from external will install the game data to internal patch dir.
Game might now crash depending on what game manager/payload your using. I got this far a few days ago. But at this stage you can copy the game to internal so you've got got the game itself and the game install data on internal now.
Run the game using Open Manager 2a with patch game selected and using Hermes v4. Game will run and NOT try to reinstall game data, well it seems to re-install something but just takes a few seconds. Then game will run
Is there any solution for the update giving an error code on hermes 4?
Originally Posted by deltop
what do you mean by running the game from external, does it not have files over 4gb?
+1 ! Finally somebody who understands how this trick works. Funny that there are many noobs here still trying that MMA game when there isn't even any patch (and thus trying to boot the game with another's game executable..).
So, don't even think GT5 will work with this trick, Sony have plenty of time to add the new encryption key to whatever update GT5 will have.
Originally Posted by killerdamo
Wohoooooooooo!!!!!!!! is working now!!!!!!!
The only file over 4gb is the install pkg for MOH: Frontline. Non of the actual game files are that big.
Originally Posted by nuszka
I got it working perfectly on external, how do i make it work in internal without having to install game data before the game start.
Originally Posted by SpaceJump
thanks deltop gonna have a bash later, and can i remove all the files from moh frontline , running short on internal hdd space