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Post By Troop116rules
[Solved] Starting Multiman semi-freezes XMB before start w/ TB dongle
[Solved] Starting Multiman semi-freezes XMB before start w/ TB dongle –
Edit: Solution: Do not install the PS2 fix on TB CFW. I hope you made backups, or else you'll have to reinstall 3.55 OFW and then TB CFW again.
Hey all, I got another weird one for you guys to help me out with. I have a Slim PS3 with True Blue CFW v2.
I have no idea what has caused this, unless it's related to me changing the dev_flash files for the PS2 game w/o dongle fix, which was released a few days ago. (see here) That may be the issue, but I'm not sure.
Anyways, this problem only happens when I have my True Blue dongle plugged in. I have a legit dongle from Lightake from almost a year ago, although about 4 months ago I think I hit it with my foot. Since then, I have to hold it in a certain direction on startup of the PS3, or else it will just flash red on/off. I've had no problems with it in-game or even once the PS3 is loaded tbh. I can play for hours with no problem still.
To describe the problem, I wait for the PS3 to load (while holding the dongle angled to the bottom-left). Once the dongle goes green, I try to run Multiman from the Game column, and...nothing happens. It just sits there in the XMB, and I can't back out or do anything, even turn off the system. I have to do a force-off, holding the power button until it turns off.
Also, the same thing happens when I try to open the Network Settings. I installed the newest 4.11 ****Psn a while back. I don't know if it's conflicting with the PS2 fix (described above).
Anybody have any ideas why this is happening? I'd rather not reinstall 3.55 OFW and then install TB CFW v2 again, as I don't recall how I got my PSN titles to work. (I love my PSN titles :3) But if I have to....
Edit: I just had a thought. Even though the PS2 fix does work for my TB CFW (granted I can't get my PS3 controller to connect when I do it), I'm wondering if it's meant for use with the TB CFW. Could that be it?
Edit 2: Apparently that was it. I replaced the fixed PS2 emulation and vsh modules with the originals from the TB CFW (I backed up before replacing ), and it worked again.
So, my statement stands. I always end up fixing my own problem. :\
Last edited by Troop116rules; 08-08-2012 at 04:10 AM.