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Hey there, I just started using Gaia, but every time I try to launch a backup, the disc icon just shows unsupported data. What causes that?
Right now I'm trying both Mass Effect 2, and The Sly Trilogy, both EUR releases. I heard that Gaia works better for those two, that were giving me trouble. I've gotten it to rip and launch 3D Dot Game Heroes, but that's it.
Hm...ever since I Installed and ran that fix permissions pkg after transferring 2k11 yesterday, my ps3 hasn't froze once.
Does anybody know if it's possible to change the font in Gaia?
works perfect here
just 1 freeze so far. that was after i played lbp2 for 4 hours and closed the game and returned to xmb. maybe i should exit thru the game instead of pushing ps button...
even my lbp1 profiles, costumes, stickers where auto imported when starting up lbp2
I would have thought something like this user suggested in response to WipeHistory v1.2 except with his suggestion
Originally Posted by JuJuDensetsu
I guess you would have to try to implement it upon pressing [X] to choose game as you exit to xmb
Originally Posted by Towser
all games work except gran turismo, it crashed wen it was saving and now wen it loads a race the loading bar fills up but it goes no further, dont know what the problem is, other then that everything works great thanks
If you are using modified eboots replae them with unmodified ones then give it a go.
Originally Posted by ryderj
It seems there is problem only with GT5? I have lost my save because of ingame freeze but I backed up my HDD0 yesterday and thanks god I could copy the old save over the corrupted one in PS3 and it works now.
So everybody who want to keep safe the save file from GT5 its better to FTP to PC. You can found it in:
If you have the BCES00569. It's the EU version
never mind,turning the Ps3 off & on fixed the problem.
btw anyone knows what is the max supported EXTERNAL hard drive SIZE for use with Ps3 & Gaia ? 500gb ? 1TB ? 2TB ?
Originally Posted by Whyme