Originally Posted by Rgamer84
The PS3 isn't formated in Fat32... it doesn't have the 4GB limit... If you move files over a network to the ps3 you can get over 17GB to it. Past 17GB i have not tested it so beyond that i am not sure.
You are correct that the PS3 doesn't have a FAT32 file system.
However, they're not putting ISOs on the PS3, they're putting them on the external harddrive (as per the i.load "hack" specifications), which must be FAT32 in order for the PS3 to read it. The FAT32 file system has a 4GB limit, meaning a 9GB ISO couldn't be put on it without being split into several files.
Their image is only showing a single 9GB .iso - Unless the external HDD was formatted to NTFS or ext3, there's no way that file should be on that harddrive. The PS3 *cannot* read NTFS or ext3 external harddrives.
Originally Posted by SniperSnake
yea now im convinced that its totally fake, as i dont see anything but PS3 game files, how does a exploit in PS1/PS2 emulation work without a PS1/ps2 game involved???
...Exactly. 40GB models can't do PS2 emulation, and PS1 games have a 700MB limit. They're claiming the exploit plus the manual is 1.2GB. And, also, it requires a USB keyboard to navigate the menu? So, all in the sudden, whatever hack they found cuts off access to the sixaxis for the menu, but brings it back for PS3 game backups?
Their story is falling apart. This is just more ******* attention-whore bulls**t. They are desperate for attention. Doesn't anyone remember when ******* modified Dark_Alex's custom firmware, saying it was their own, and caused a s**tload of bricks?
They are LIARS, and I am absolutely positive this will be proven fake.