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I am running RPCS3 v0.0.5-7486-90f81659 Alpha. 
My specs are: 
CPU: i5-3330 CPU @ 3GHz 4 threads.
RAM: 8 Gigs
GPU: GeForce GTX 1050 Ti
Whenever I attempt to install the Ps3UPDAT.PUP file (V. 4.83) the entire program crashes after reaching the 60% mark. I've re-downloaded and reinstalled both RPCS3 and the firmware file probably around 10 times now, I've followed every official instruction I've been able to find (both the quickstart guide and these forums) and nothing has helped at all. I've checked, and my processor does have SSSE3 support, as well as AVX (according to wikipedia, my CPU is on their list) I just felt I should post here in case I've overlooked something; otherwise, I suppose I'll have to give up playing my favorite ps3 games again.


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#2
Hello,

I have the exact same problem with the latest build to date (v0.0.5-7505 alpha). I tried with old, older and much older builds aswell as with different versions of the firmware. Nothings works. log : RPCS3 v0.0.5-7505-3c7f02d9 Alpha | HEAD
Intel® Core™ i7-8700 CPU @ 3.20GHz | 12 Threads | 15.94 GiB RAM | AVX+ | TSX
·! 0:00:00.000000 RSX: Found vulkan-compatible GPU: 'GeForce GTX 1050 Ti' running on driver 391.1.0.0
·! 0:00:00.253564
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#3
Did you try deleting the dev_flash folder before installing?
Unfortunately can't know what's happening there without debugging

Are you using custom VFS paths?
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#4
One thing that strikes me is that AmariahRoad and I have the same GPU. And the install crashes at the same 60% mark.
I tried deleting the dev_flash, but it did not work. The config is default, nothing has been modified.
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#5
[attachment=11395 Wrote:Ani pid='302212' dateline='1542913648']Did you try deleting the dev_flash folder before installing?
Unfortunately can't know what's happening there without debugging

Are you using custom VFS paths?

Hi, I'm having the same issue: 

I've tried both the 24/11 and 23/11 rpcs3 windows builds. 
I have also tried the 4.83 and 4.82 firmware EU and US versions.
I get failure at 92%, I've attached a screenshot.
I have deleted the dev_flash folder and have not many any changes to the VFS paths.
I've also made sure the windows requirements have been installed.
I'm not sure how to get further debugging info. 
I did see an error message the first time with some numbers but cannot reproduce it.

Many Thanks.


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Do a checksum on your PS3UPDAT.PUP file to see if it's not corrupted
If you have 7-ZIP you can do this by right clicking the file and picking the 7-Zip option that performs a checksum

PS3 firmware update 4.83 should be 206 115 996 bytes and has the following checksums:

File: PS3UPDAT.PUP
CRC-32: 4c456f3f
MD5: 69b4529fd584523cf37e6d29107b9a8b
SHA-1: 80ba7c334070c07d8fb2c2217ef99f48c09360f0
SHA-256: 5b595f6985cd233a23eeecb3a792539423938ddf48453a48874502b3d82ae6c9

That error you showed happens when the PUP file is corrupted
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#7
The checksum is correct, the PUP was downloaded from Sony's website anyways. I guess I'll just give up. Thanks for your help anyway Smile

edit : the error file [Image: error.png]" />
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#8
That last one is a different one. Never seen it before.
Should probably file an issue report on the RPCS3/rpcs3 GitHub issue tracker.

Also, Sony's servers don't always work 100% and therefore the update file can be corrupted when downloading and/or the download can end before it's actually downloaded, but if you already checked then that's not the issue
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#9
Update : With the latest build (28/11/2018) downloaded, unzipped with 7zip, problem is solved.
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(11-25-2018, 06:42 PM)Ani Wrote: Do a checksum on your PS3UPDAT.PUP file to see if it's not corrupted
If you have 7-ZIP you can do this by right clicking the file and picking the 7-Zip option that performs a checksum

PS3 firmware update 4.83 should be 206 115 996 bytes and has the following checksums:

File: PS3UPDAT.PUP
CRC-32: 4c456f3f
MD5: 69b4529fd584523cf37e6d29107b9a8b
SHA-1: 80ba7c334070c07d8fb2c2217ef99f48c09360f0
SHA-256: 5b595f6985cd233a23eeecb3a792539423938ddf48453a48874502b3d82ae6c9

That error you showed happens when the PUP file is corrupted

Thanks, that seemed to be the problem.

I downloaded the file several times from the Sony site and always seems to stop at around 115MB.
For reference on 7-Zip right click the checksum option is "CRC SHA".

To download the whole file I used Wget. Windows version can be found here: Wget for Windows
In powershell I used:
Code:
.\wget64.exe -c http://dus01.ps3.update.playstation.net/update/ps3/image/us/2018_1011_69b4529fd584523cf37e6d29107b9a8b/PS3UPDAT.PUP

The -c makes sure to continue the download if it is disrupted which means you can download the whole file.

Hope that helps anyone else with a similar issue.
also btw seemed to take ages to get my post verified Sad
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