The best way to do it is to do a system back up, then restore that backup to the system.
This process will restore the files to your PS3 in sequential order.
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You're kidding right? Some people are struggling with space on there 500GB PS3's at the moment, and while I'm not one of them, I'd sure like to know that I can update my storage later down the line...
Nah, won't be behind a paywall other than it's own subscription.
Sony is awesome like that, paywall should be there for services that require an active sony presence, like online gaming.
Agreed, SATA 2 or 3, hopefully 3. Yeah you will be able to stick an SSD in there, got one in my PS3, getting a 500GB ssd for my PS4 asap.
If anyone's curious, the SSD in PS3 produces mixed results...
Once you move on to hard and survival mode, it's no longer good enough to just crouch, you need to also move slower, especially so in survival. Also, a clicker will spot you even if you're not moving...
1) Should fit if it's a 2.5" drive, even if it is the thicker drives. But upgrading to a drive that size isn't worth it. I had a 750GB drive for my PS3 when it first launched, and after a year I was...
Oh, and I forgot to mention one thing. (might be obvious to you already) The PS3 will be able to read and access the 3 190GB FAT32 partitions, but it will not be able to read the NTFS partition
1) If it's a 2.5" drive, it will work (although I haven't tried anything larger than 1TB) I don't recommend anything faster than 5400 rpm though, the extra spin up time can occasionally cause the ps3...
It's possible to get the images from the disk using a bluray drive, if you have one in your PC then stick it in there, you will find the images on the root folder if i remember correctly. It used to...
It's hard to say for sure, but since the problem persisted even after you switched it off, I recommend you back up your hard drive to and external drive in case your ps3 fails completely. You should...
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