Originally Posted by FreePlay
Nah... it's because it's reserving 50,051,678,208 bytes of space for each partition, no matter how big the games actually are. The size of a dual-layer Blu-Ray disc is 50,050,629,632 bytes (exactly 1MB less). This size is also about 1/10 of the actual capacity of a "500GB" drive (mine is really 465.76 GB).
Thanks FreePlay for being the first one here to try this hack and not have the logic ability of a retarded monkey with a banana up it's rear end.
I can't believe it took a week for someone to point this out, I'd have pointed it out myself if I'd have converted to DEX, which I prolly will do now since a 2TB drive will be able to make 17-18 paritions.
You guys are unbelieveable forgetting to tell us you were using a 500GB drives. Sheesh!
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Originally Posted by Slye20
I don't know how to work with Hex system, do you guys think that there will be a possible software to make things a bit easier ?
I'll have a go at doing a patcher so you can select number of partitions and whatnot will post it up tomorrow...now that we know this is actually some use.