I have a 40gb PS3 and its already half full with 6 games, is there any way I can get some more memory on their without having to buy a new system
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Buy a external hardrive ;)
You cant install games on an external HDD.
if you want more room to install games I would recomend that you
replace you internal 40GB HDD with something bigger (eg 500GB).
it is easily dont and wont void your warranty. Not sure if there is a thread
here to explain how to do it but this one HERE is quite good.
Oh and make sure you keep the old drive for warranty pourposes.
(if you have to send you Playstaiton in for repair under warranty you will need to put back in the original HDD)
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You can either use a flash drive to backup save files or as stated before upgrade your hard drive - pretty easy to do, there's loads of info on the web and youtube showing you what to do... Stick to a 5400 rpm drive, 7200 rpm drives create too much excess heat