Discussion in 'Off Topic & General Discussion' started by gDrive, Apr 10, 2012.
I'm done.. layful:
Haha cool - thanks for letting me know! layful:
Well, if nobody else replies by 2200hrs UK time, then I'll make the assumption that everyone's done with putting their points across in the contribution/crediting-themed sub-topic.
Also, I got a suggestion to add: how about this forum gets a "Trash Can" forum section so that all the off-topic posts go there, instead of jamming them into one thread?
It's my pleasure to hear this from a well known great dev like you Cyberskunk "Nice work on your own spkg tools to..".
You and your team are a great developers that no body could deny this, always team rebug contribute a unique tools/CFW for the PS3 scene and without it scene will not advance like it does now
Any way i want to thank you so much about your hardwork for making this CFW out to the sun light
And please accept my apologize if i said something wrong about you and your team
I'm a little Dev with a very very very small PS3 RE experience, sure not like you and your team, but i was very very happy that i could code this tool to help my brother Rogero bringing his CFW to the light
Also Again i apologize for my English because it is not my native language
My rant for the night. 2 hours trying to get DD-WRT installed on my new router. 15 minutes configuring it. Mother........... fucker................
lmao you think that's bad i got one word for ya bootleg.... falcon
FALCON PUNCH - ARRRGGGGGHHHHHHH MY FUCKING HAND UGH UGH UGH WAHHHHH - WHY DID YOU DO THIS TO ME?! WHYYYYY?! :sorrow:
I remember that fucking falcon. But don't feel bad. I have 2 Xenon JTAG systems here that both need reflows. Like you, I can't keep a working hacked 360.
lol my rgh trinity works just fine ;P
Beat me to it, quit messing around with the phats guys. A slim 360 is the best and you don't totally understand it until you own one.
4 fucking hours just to downsize a dual layer Blu-ray movie ISO into a single-layer Blu-ray movie ISO and burn onto a BD-RE? Fuck my life! :hopelessness:
Yeah, but I can't justify spending money on more consoles when I don't even play the ones I have.
Fine if you already have a phat, but if you keep going out and buying phat consoles and they keep dying, then it's cheaper in the long run just to get a slim that will always be there, waiting longingly for you to play it!!
Definiting of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results......a phat will RROD, they all do. Jaspers are a little better, but will cost you almost as much as a slim so you might as well get the real deal.....
My Jasper has out lived my slim, By that i mean the slims psu is screwed and finding a new one is difficult. No surprise, the jasper has been doing fine for weeks and it's freaking hot here right now.
I'm saying that I have a working Jasper that I could RGH. my phat ps3 works, but just needs a cleaning. My point was that I work more overtime than I used to on this new job I have. On top of that, I have other projects that need attention before I can even begin to sit down for a nice gaming session.
My Falcon Jtag is still kicking.. Its never RROD'd before but its due a reball
I currently have the fans at 75% and have it sitting on one of those USB laptop cooling pads
The bastard Cinavia protection kicked in when my brothers tried to watch Battle LA on my downsized BD-RE-friendly backup at 25 minutes, EVEN THOUGH I thought that Rogero 4.30-2.05 HAD THAT SHIT WANKAVIA PROTECTION FIXED THANKS TO REBUG!
Oh well, that led to me transferring Ted (a Seth McFarlane movie) over to the PS3 - played that through Showtime and it was frankly one of the movies that genuinely gave me a laugh, which to me, is a rarity in this day and age.
Also, it turns out that I'm a retard for misreading the Changelog in the Rogero 4.30-2.05 firmware thread on Tortuga-Cove as it is only applied for the HDD-based content (silly me), which leads to the suggestion that perhaps the Cinavia audio protection should ALSO be patched out for BD movies in the same way as it is done for HDD-based content (illud est: on a firmware file set level) if possible.
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