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BTW, is not necessary restarting the ps3 when replacing DRL files
Thanks for clarifying that
Originally Posted by silverwire
On which firmware did you replace the DRL's and which program did you use to copy them over?
I used 3.41 firmware and the ftp feature in multiman, replacing the drls in my pc with FileZilla
Originally Posted by bigdaddie
If someone has either or both of these would you mind posting them, The Last Airbender and/or Centurion both US NTSC. T.I.A.
Just got my blu-ray working!
First i downgrade to 3.15, installed linux, gabbed the whole AACS folder to a pen drive, uploaded the MKB.RO to MKB to DRL Script --> http://arodd.com. upgraded to 3.41, restored back-up, ftp the drl's, and then played disc. Now i'm golden.
Thanks for all the help.
lol i dont fink there will ever be a serious fix!!! funny how all the hacker and devs arent even working on it
Originally Posted by KJL777
Quick question before I do this:
Does anyone know which of these blurays would be the most recent?
The Dark Knight
The Dark Knight Special Edition Disc 2 (The one with the batman head case)
A Clockwork Orange
Many thanks for any help.
This comment spread throughout the entire post is driving me insane.
Originally Posted by dentnu
How do you have no bluray to try it...what the hell is that thing in your PS3?
You need to downgrade to 3.15 and follow some instructions I posted about 10 pages back to run linux off a live cd (well usb HDD/usb stick in this case). It takes 10 minutes to get it up and running and no need to wait for anyone else to get it for you.
Your bluray drive is not dead, it just won't play the content on the movie discs..you can still read what is on them though.