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Note: The 1.51 update just came out on November 20th, and supposedly fixes stability issues.
This article has been update to reflect the newest software update version.
It's sad to say, but the chances of a new system launching without any hitches or glitches is just not realistic.
If you're one of the lucky few that has gotten their hands on the new Play Station 4, or if you are waiting in line right now to get one, the first thing you're going to want to do before gaming is update your software to the newest version.
I bought a fairly used PS3 fat original, it didn't come with the hard drive so I bought a 360 GB hard drive and it said error due to it not being a 4.80 or later data version. To take the RPMs out of the equation, pick up a SSD rated for SATA II (3Gbps transfer rate) or SATA III (6Gbps transfer rate).
Do I need to buy the original hard drive then upgrade? Download latest update 4.80 from Playstation website onto a thumb drive that is formatted Fat 32. When you install one of these drives into the PS3, it will not transmit data at the max rate. The only bad things about using a faster RPM than 5400 is that the unit will be warmer as the 7200 will generate more heat and the HDD is a bit louder. Do i have to format the hard drive on my computer before putting it into my ps3 also the playstation website doesn't have the system software for the ps3 just the update file so how would i go about putting a new hard drive in because my old one wont work anymore for some reason so i need to switch it out.
Once its all the way to the right, pull it towards you and slide it out. From what I can tell, these screws are made out of butter.
If you breathe on them while taking them out, they will strip. Just take your time and make sure your screwdriver matches up closely with the screw head. With a small pair of needle nose pliers and a little patience, you can turn the screw out.
You could put the old hard drive from your fat PS3 into an external HDD case, format it (to fat32, I believe), and use it for additional storage for your new PS3.I just went through 8 hrs of figuring this ps3 update loop of death. I have just got a slimline PS3 to replace my original chunky one (as the disc reader is broken).Can I take the hard drive out of my old one and attach it to the slimline one, whilst leaving the slim lines hard drive in place, to double up on storage?Check out CNET's video guide for a walkthrough, or hit up the step-by-step below.I'll go over the steps involved in replacing the stock hard drive in a Playstation 3 with a larger one.