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Using two harddrives instead of two consoles?
Using two harddrives instead of two consoles? –
Is it possible to use two internal harddrives on the ps3, one for JB and one for online play? So that i have one harddrive with 3.41 on it and one harddrive with the latest FW for online play? Or is the FW stored somewhere else on the hardware so the only option is to have two consoles?
dude the firmware doesnot go on hdd it goes to ps3 .so changing hdd wont make anything different .
i think what he really mean to say is...
since we arent actually using custom firmware as of yet is it possible to throw back in my stock untouched ps3 hdd and go back to online gameplay (i.e ive never ran psgroove on it) and then when i want to go back to playing my back ups i just put my big hdd back in.
then in this case you should be in 3.50 which jailbreak doesnot work .
Quick answer would be no. FW not store on HDD, its store in the PS3's hardware, probably the NAND or the PS3's equivalent.
lol you wish you could do that .haha
I had a RSOD and was seriously considering it from another units broken motherboard, but too much effort lol.
Originally Posted by amp2006
It wouldnt be to hard for a skilled engineer to attach a byepass for the the NAND chip...eg to bypass to a second NAND chip running a jailbroken firmware...a switch could then be HACKEN onto the back of the console.
They did this with a PSP MOD chip back in the day...never took off because of complex enough software hacks surfacing after a few months