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Dead Rising 2 (WORKING PKG)
Dead Rising 2 (WORKING PKG) –
MADE BY STRATEGIZER
PKG : http://www.megaupload.com/?d=V20MC0LN
This is a working tutorial. I can play the game because of this tutorial*:
1.Delete any Dead Rising 2 files from under Game and nder Game Data Utlity
3.Copy the data folder from your backup to dev_hdd0/game/BLES00001/USRDIR
4.Copy the files from the archive and put them in dev_hdd0/game/BLES00001 and hit ''Yes to overwrite''
5.Restart your PS3
6.Start the game if you get a ''Game data corrupt error'' exit the game,and start it again and it will work
P.S If you get an error 80....... whilst starting the game,just reinstall the PKG file
**This tutorial is made by slifer1231
LINK FOR ARCHIVE: Multiupload.com - upload your files to multiple file hosting sites!
Last edited by freezebrotha; 01-16-2011 at 07:27 PM.
You really just posted 4 topics on the same game, getting help in the 3 of them and then posting a fourth one like you found it yourself... reallly??????
oh lol, I thought you didn't want to be sued by sony or anything like that or you would have posted it as soon as it was uploaded, so I didn't credit you, I just said "I found it from some forum somewhere" that's basically saying some random stranger made it.
Originally Posted by STRATEGIZER
sorry about that :P
but if a mod could just delete every thread on dead rising I made except for this I would be very grateful.
Im a nobody that make's a .pkg here & there, Simple as. No need to worry
Originally Posted by freezebrotha
So can I run Dead Rising 2 on the HDD now without the disc?
Should be able to, This is for the euro version. I dont have the game but I packed it for the OP.
Originally Posted by ExplicitG
If I use Datas with other Paths than the BLES00948 USRDIR Im getting Black Screens and If I use the original path im getting the message that the data is corrupted -.- i tried everything ...
so when vreating the directory do we copy the USRDIR from are backups including the original eboot or the eboot from the directory that is created when installing this package
I have tried both and neither way worked for me black screen no matter what.
Originally Posted by leeg123