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The Ultimate Solution for Dead Space 3 PS3 Issues: Eboot Fix 3.55 12


How to Play Dead Space 3 on PS3 Firmware 3.55 with Eboot Fix




Dead Space 3 is a survival horror game that was released in 2013 for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC. The game follows the adventures of Isaac Clarke, a spaceship engineer who has to fight against an alien threat known as the Necromorphs.




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However, some PS3 users who have custom firmware (CFW) 3.55 on their consoles may encounter some errors and crashes when trying to play Dead Space 3. This is because the game requires a higher firmware version to run properly.


Fortunately, there is a solution for this problem: an eboot fix. An eboot fix is a modified executable file that allows a game to run on a lower firmware version than the original one. In this case, an eboot fix for Dead Space 3 patch 1.02 can enable the game to work on CFW 3.55.


How to Apply the Eboot Fix for Dead Space 3




To apply the eboot fix for Dead Space 3, you will need the following things:


  • A PS3 console with CFW 3.55 installed.



  • A copy of Dead Space 3 (BLUS31053) with patch 1.02 applied.



  • A USB drive formatted to FAT32.



  • The eboot fix file for Dead Space 3 patch 1.02 BLUS31053, which you can download from here.



Once you have everything ready, follow these steps:


  • Extract the eboot fix file (BLUS31053_A0102-341-355 by MasterOpoisso893.7z) using a program like WinRAR or 7-Zip.



  • Copy the extracted folder (BLUS31053) to the root of your USB drive.



  • Connect your USB drive to your PS3 and turn it on.



  • Go to Multiman or any other backup manager and select Dead Space 3 from your games list.



  • Press Triangle and choose "Copy" from the menu.



  • Select "USB Device" as the destination and press X to confirm.



  • Wait for the copying process to finish.



  • Eject your USB drive from your PS3 and connect it to your PC again.



  • Delete the original EBOOT.BIN file from the BLUS31053 folder on your USB drive.