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Article: Iris Manager v1.49.1 Released With Some Interesting Additions
Article: Iris Manager v1.49.1 Released With Some Interesting Additions –
This are very good for my old 60 gb model. Thank you Estwald!
auto shutdown, should your console run above 79 º C for 90 seconds
@SILENT_Pavel I think it's a great idea. However should deank implement this into multiMAN it would be nice to be prompted briefly that the system has overheated so the user is aware of a potential risk to their PS3. Or if Estwald could add that too.
multiMAN is optimized enough not to reach such high temperatures. Even if you play a game and start mM and the temperature shows above 80'C it will drop in few mins, so there is nothing to add to mM. Also by default mM shutsdown the PS3 after 1 hour of inactivity (user selectable 1/2/3/4 hours).
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Try opening your system and cleaning it out. It would probably stop overheating. I had that issue with my old 40GB model. Would overheat a lot and I opened it and it was a family of dust balls in there. Cleaned it out and it hasn't overheated since.
Originally Posted by SILENT_Pavel
I agree with Deank, I dont think the auto temp shutdown is needed in MM or any Filemanager, (hopefuly no filemanager ever works the PS3 in such a way to kill it) This feature would be useful if it worked in game or other apps that crank up the processing. I love the autoshutdown in MM btw (make it easy to bulk copy files overnight without needing to come and shut my ps3 off!)
Ps3 already has an auto shutdown feature when it gets too hot...I've taken the fan out and played for a little, a message pops up in the top right hand corner saying your ps3 will now shut off to protect it from heat or something. Works on Rogero anyway.. I'm sure it's on all fw's.
My translation of the Changelog:
- If you load a game for PS3 (not PSN, a disc game), some data are stored in a file (lastgame). Holding down L1 on startup, when Iris Manager is loading again, it will load automatically the last game, unless their presence is not detected or error.
- If in the root directory of the game (where usually the PS3_DISC_SFB is found), you put a file name containing ps2disc.txt with the destination path (eg /dev_usb000/dataps2 or / dev_hdd/GAME/dataps2), that folder is mounted as / dev_ps2disc.
This feature can be useful for games like Sing Star, that can read tracks from PS2 discs.
- Fixed a bug mounting the BD-Emu when certain disk changes occur (for example, inserting certain PSX games, eject then put a BR disc).
- Removed patched libfs load when BD-Emu is used from external disc (COD black screen 4: MW similar to that which occurred from internal)
- Added warning messages in shutdown functions (in one case can be cancelled, in the other is non-cancelable for obvious reasons: if there is overheating, we must be forced to turn off the PS3)
- After one hour of inactivity in Iris the console is turned off
- Temperature alarm in Iris: if temperature remains above 80 ° C for 90 seconds in either CPU or RSX, the console is turned off.
- Added support for redirection of libfs.sprx: copy by ftp or via usb (to usb:/iris) the libfs_patched.sprx generated using patch_libfs.bat (don't forget to put the keys file in the data folder!) and games like COD4: MW will play from internal HDD with the BD-Emu mounted.
- Added a callback for Disc check, that prevents constant polling if the disc is inserted or not, giving a rest to the BR drive reader.
- In Tools (press START) the option "Copy from / dev_usb / Iris to Iris folder" will make life easier letting to move things to the installation directory of Iris Manager. For example, if you put "covers" of multiMAN or the libfs_parched.sprx we talked about within the USB folder, Iris will copy the content its folder. The option uses asynchronous copying to gain speed.
IMPORTANT: This new option may damage the Iris Manager installation if not used with head, for logical reasons.
I have a problem. It's manager only for 4.30 cfw? Not working for my 3.55 cobra cfw...