stueck0514Gran Turismo 6 SFB file not showing in run game menu
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09-02-2020, 05:44 PM -
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Hello guys, I am having a hard time trying to get Gran Turismo 6 playing. The file is called PS3_DISC.SFB which is for the Gran Turismo 6 game, but whenever I go to file>boot game it is never listed. I can go through the folders but there is no file to open? I have updated the firmware but none of the games I have will play (one is SFB and the other games are .PKG)


Copy/paste from the log on the bottom for specs:


RPCS3 v0.0.12-10811-a86a3d2f Alpha | HEAD | Firmware version: 4.86
Intel® Core™ i7-8700K CPU @ 3.70GHz | 12 Threads | 31.92 GiB RAM | TSC: 5.004GHz | AVX+ | FMA3 | TSX-FA


Also running 2080TI
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09-03-2020, 02:51 AM -
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SFB does nothing without the whole disc dump
Read the Quickstart Guide
You have to select Boot Game and then the folder resulting from your disc dump
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09-04-2020, 02:48 PM -
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This is the folder and all the contents in the folders. The biggest file is the GT.VOL file, but when I go to the folder from the "Boot Game" in the emulator, it does not show.


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09-05-2020, 06:06 PM -
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I don't seem to see anything wrong at hindsight.. except that maybe your EBOOT is corrupted though as 72KB is a weird size. Just validate your disc with PS3 ISO Rebuilder.
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