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#1 UnknownPerson55
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[QUOTE="Scianix-Black"]

Uhm.. Master Chief, duh.

Hale was a voluntary mute then all of a sudden he speaks english?

No, Insomniac.

At least Bungie's character was a consistent one.

uncharted wasnt an insomniac game it was a naughty dog one, and nathan hale was more talkitive than a mute as you call him.
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#2 UnknownPerson55
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[QUOTE="JAH_Game77"][QUOTE="hillelslovak"]I dont think you can just use any computer hdd to use on your PS3. It has to be a 2.5 inch SATA hdd. There are some awesome deals on newegg.com for 250 gb+ hdds.hillelslovak
PS3 hdds go up to 250GB???

They go a lot higher than 250 gbs

the biggest 2.5" ive seen is 500gb, so yea what he said^^
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#3 UnknownPerson55
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it has to be

2.5"
sata
fat32 format

prolly wont work because its a desktop hard drive? labtop, it should.

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#4 UnknownPerson55
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i only have 3gb of files i want to keep, which i can fit onto my psp's memory card. ill just have to reinstall mgs4, which isnt a problem since it does it every mission reguardless.

ty for help

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#5 UnknownPerson55
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Yeah you could then I guess but what would you do with the backup data after that? (Oh and I recommend just getting an external enclosure)Duckman5
im too cheap for that :lol: probably copy them back to the system, idk if itll let me copy everything tho, some of the game saves are copy protected (nfs carbon). ill look for some cheap external drives once i stop being cheap :p
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#6 UnknownPerson55
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[QUOTE="UnknownPerson55"]anyone know if u can back up ur old files onto a labtop?Duckman5
No you can't. To format your new HDD in your PS3 just put it in and you will be prompted to automatically format.

what if i use transfer cables http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&DEPA=0&Order=BESTMATCH&Description=transfer+cables like those^
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#7 UnknownPerson55
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anyone know if u can back up ur old files onto a labtop?
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#8 UnknownPerson55
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Just wondering how to format a new hdd for the ps3, never done it before.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822136280 not 500gb, but its fast for a labtop drive.

everything else in the installation is easy. only problem may be the alluminum screws being stripped, just have to be extra careful.

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#9 UnknownPerson55
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can u elaborate a bit more on the tv? like an exact model?
whats its response time, contrast, etc...

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