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Getting rid of my current CFW!
Getting rid of my current CFW! –
Since Kakaroto's CFW was released, I installed this one on my 40GB OEM PS3 HDD, but since a few days I upgraded my PS3 with my 640GB laptop HDD, and installed Geohot's CFW, then I tried a game for testing, but backups instantly hang, and HDD indicator is reading most of the times.
So I wanted to try it on the 40GB HDD again, to see if this works better, but on this drive I have the Kakaroto's CFW still installed, now I wanted to reinstall 3.55 OFW, but I get a data corrupted error.
I also tried formatting within PS3 and everything, but I cant get rid of those 2 folders under 'Game' inside my XMB, added by Kakaroto's CFW.
How can I completely remove this CFW, so I can install geohot's or whatever CFW is better at this time?
Last edited by crxdelsol; 01-19-2011 at 09:06 AM.
try a search next time
people just are too lazy nowadays. is it that hard to read?????????
all you have to do is update to the OFW, in recovery mode preferably, and please dont ask how to go in recovery mode
Flex360 is right about searching, but...
Originally Posted by crxdelsol
With Official 3.55 updat.pup ready on your usb
enter recovery mode - with ps3 off, press and hold power until ps3 turns off, then release and press again until you get 2 beeps together.
Select option 6 and follow on screen instructions
As I have mentioned in my startpost:
This means for both regular XMB and Recovery mode. (I tried everything in recovery mode, every option of restoring)
[...]now I wanted to reinstall 3.55 OFW, but I get a data corrupted error.
Sounds like your file is corrupted or usb stick is dying. Try a new download OFW first.
I will try that again when I'm home.
Do you have an idea why loading the games are kinda slow?
With NFS it sometimes just stops at a loading screen. Keep on loading, no HDD indicator .. Might be that my HDD is failing.
Maybe. If it's an external hdd try changing the USB cable before you replace the drive. Don't really know anything about using backups though.