Updating ps3 using memory stick
Your Play Station 3 is not connected to the internet? You can download and transfer the update file (PS3UPDAT.PUP) using a compatible storage device such as Memory Stick, Memory Stick Duo, a USB key (FAT32) or PSP.Transfer game saves If you want to pick up where a friend left off in a game, borrow his or her MLB franchise, or play your game on a friend's PS3, it's all possible with a USB drive.Plug in your USB drive, and from the Games menu, go to your game saves.
I'll go over the steps involved in replacing the stock hard drive in a Playstation 3 with a larger one.By downloads, I mean:- Firmware updates- Game updates- Backwards compatibility software patches (included in firmware? Also, does anyone know of any good PS3 blogs/websites? PS3 on looks good, and PS3also looks interesting (and not very fanboyish ). I don't want a fanboy/bias one though, or at least not ones that claim everything that isn't a PS3 is crap, those ones just piss me off. Just use a memory card or usb flash drive and save your game saves. Anything you download from the Playstation Store is infinitely available to re-download. I spent about bucks altogether and ended up with four times the hard drive space and a new external drive. Using your thumbnail or a small, flat head screwdriver, pop it off.
What you're looking at now is the side of your hard drive.The PS3, aside from being a game console, is also a pretty powerful media center. Its worth noting, all that you need is a drive capable of 5400rpm and 1.5gb/s. All of the PS3's system data is stored away safe and sound, far away from your shaky, nervous hands. If you use the correct tools, take your time, and follow directions, it'll be fine.