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Thread: how to multiman with ntfs?

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    Default how to multiman with ntfs?

    I cant find away to make multiman find external ntfs hhd by the way I am using multiman ver 04.46

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    pretty sure it only can play games off fat32 bro, ive tried but it dont recognise

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    It can only play off of FAT32, but multiMAN does support NTFS (for most drives anyways) for transferring files or basically anything besides playing games. So it can work as a nice way to transfer games to internal if using FTP isn't convenient.

    Connect the NTFS HDD, open multiMAN, and in the far left menu find the option for enabling NTFS/PFS drivers. Then go open multiMAN's file manager and you should see /pvd_usb000, and /pvd_usb001. One of those should show the contents of your external HDD. If neither works or they just get stuck with the loading icon, you'll need to try the old method of using the USB.cfg. I'd suggest looking up a tutorial on how to configure the USB.cfg file and find the proper info from you HDD to do so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kou9992 View Post
    It can only play off of FAT32, but multiMAN does support NTFS (for most drives anyways) for transferring files or basically anything besides playing games. So it can work as a nice way to transfer games to internal if using FTP isn't convenient.

    Connect the NTFS HDD, open multiMAN, and in the far left menu find the option for enabling NTFS/PFS drivers. Then go open multiMAN's file manager and you should see /pvd_usb000, and /pvd_usb001. One of those should show the contents of your external HDD. If neither works or they just get stuck with the loading icon, you'll need to try the old method of using the USB.cfg. I'd suggest looking up a tutorial on how to configure the USB.cfg file and find the proper info from you HDD to do so.
    yeah i need to transfer big file game like uncharted 3 from original disk. how to do USb.cfg
    multiman cant find my HDD so I need a usb.cfgthank you +rep

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