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Red Dead Redemption playing from external hdd help
Red Dead Redemption playing from external hdd help –
every time i try to play this game from external hdd from the newest mulitman it keeps tell me this, you cannot launch games with split big files! Transfer the game to internal hdd and try again. and i dnt want to put it on there is there a way to play this from the external hdd instead?? i mean resindent evil 5 gold ed plays from there and its a big file?? hope to hear back from somebody asap on this thanx and have a great day.
You don't seem to understand how FAT32 works. On a FAT32 drive you can have no single file larger then 4gb. The game itself can be 40gb with no single file larger then 4gb, so therefore it can be played on external. If a game has a file larger then 4gb, then the game needs to be installed on internal where this limitation doesn't exist. You can try Iris Manager which does have the option of caching split game files to the internal cache of the PS3 to become playable, but this is the only way (which is still experimental) to play split file games from an external drive.
ok what if i turned my external hdd into ntfs then could i play all my games from multiman?? i was reading somewhere on how to do it but cnt remember where that was.
MultiMan can only copy off of an NTFS drive to internal, you can't play games from an NTFS drive. Not to mention, the NTFS support is still experimental and a lot of users are having issues with it.
Try the NEW Iris Manager, it is at version 1.1 I believe. You might have better luck playing the games with Split Files!
you need to put in onto your internal, just do it if you really wanna play the game, then you can take it off when you passed it