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... had similar problem. Was using latest MM 1.13.4 version all day, then at dinner time gave me the same error on MM boot-up. Reinstalled, same problem.
Reverted to 1.13.0, did Level2 patch (v4), booted up MM and problem seems to have gone away. I think I'll stick with MM1.13.0 for a while longer.
Install lv2-v1 or lv2-v2 package and run it before running multiman
OH wow! I didnt know you had to run lvl2 patcher every boot! ()
PS3 CFWs with Backup Managers (GUIDE, LINKS!!!)
I have been dealing with this and found the solution to this...
Originally Posted by Hillsdale
You are on Kmeaw's or Wutangra's CFW 3.55 + Newest Multi-man (13.4...) + LV v2 patch or higher. (use the LV2 patch that does not cause your PS3 to freeze when applied)
Open up Multi-man after you have patched and the error "cannot detect any resident payload..." it will disappear because the payload patch has been manually installed (ie lv2 patch).
--Important part now-- if you want to get your backups to work on EXTERNAL (if it is not already working on external)--
1) Some backups do not work on external, you will have to start it up in your internal HDD. So,you will need to Copy it to your internal drive (via multiman).
2) Run LV2 patch , go to Multiman, then load (the backup) from your internal HD (quit back to XMB) and make sure you have a game disc in your PS3. Go (takes you back automatically) to XMB and load the game. (*attention, don't use the Last Game package that comes with multiman - it doesn't work well).
3) After you load the game, it will install and add game information to your PS3 hard drive. Exit the game.
4) Go back to Multi-man and delete the copy of the game from your internal hard drive. (to save space on your internal drive).
5) Go back to multi-man again (make sure LV2 patch has been ran) and load the same back up from your External Drive again. Exit (automatically) to XMB after load...
6) Run the game from XMB (not using last package provided by multiman).
7) enjoy the game from your external (save your internal :-) )
For some reason, this works. Some games are like this and require an initial installation onto internal HDD to then load from externals. Not sure why this works... but, it does :-)
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