Had you modified the Castlevania eboot prior to going to 3.55 CFW? If so, you need to restore the original unmodified eboot. With BDEMU installed, you should need to run nothing else... Unless I'm misunderstanding you.
and then reinstall kmeaw 3.55 from system recovery.... Then install Multiman 1.16 and then install BDEMU.PKG... Thats it. MM does everything for you. If you get any errors when launching then you missed a step. You dont need to install the perm fix app MM does it for you. Same with LV2 don't install that either!
THE ONLY Thing you need is MM & BDEMU.PKG
So, with your NTFS partition - did you name it at all? I saw someone ask if it is active or not - well, how can I tell if mine is active? Which usb port is it plugged into?
Even the smallest little detail I will try... if it is working for others, it should work for us all, right?
Dean, I know you are busy with all type of requests and reports, guess I'll just stick with blackbox for file transfer.
try this in flashfxp. goto the sites drop down menu, then site manager. Go to quick connect and your connection, then go to the options tab on the right. make sure list command is set to auto detect, list parameters to default, and data connection mode set to use global settings.
others had this problem. worked for them and me.
Core FTP - download software
Just use this it works great for me and its free
I have wutangrza 3.55, would the games that need 3.56 (homefront, dragon age2) or 3.60 work on Multiman v01.16.08 ?
okay my configuration:
ps3 slim 120GB (CECH-2101A)
2TB WD Elements external HDD:
NTFS partition = 500GB(488.30GB)
FAT32 partition = 1500GB(1374.72GB)
(If your vendor & product id contains any letters, they must be in lower case letters; mine didn't contain any letters, just numbers)
external HDD plugged into ps3's right usb connector (I don't think this makes any difference)
The games located on your external NTFS partition will not appear on games list in main menu of MM. You need to be in file manager display and will be either /pvd_usb00 or /pvd_usb01 (not exactly sure about the exact directory name since I'm away from my ps3 right now).