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would really like some live help with re marrying the blu ray drives
would really like some live help with re marrying the blu ray drives –
Ok so listen very carfully before posting.
I have a learning disorder ok? I have a hard time learning stuff. Anyway my point is I have a bunch of PS3's. one that just...malfunctions when turned on. but I wanna try and take the blu ray drive out of it and put it in my other PS3. I wanna test and see if it works. But re marrying them sounds difficult.
I have a really hard time reading guides. Now I have a request. I want to add someone on msn or skype whatever so they can basiclly lead me through and see if I am doing anything wrong please. It would be really appreciated if someone could help me...thanks....
I am going to politely bump this again.
Hate to be a jerk but just sell them... it would be too much a hassle and you ask this many times already just do yourself a favor and buy a modded 360 atleast you can play all the newer games other than the ps3
I have TRIED to sell them...sigh so can anyone help me?
i thought i gave you the tutorial and explained it to you 3 days ago, dude....if you can't read a tutorial and accomplish it then we cannot help, because i dont think anyone has the time to sit in front of a live stream with you and explaining step by step on how to fix a problem of such a high level.
The problem you have has to be done by YOU, not by others, YOU need to sit down for a good 3-4 hours and read and understand the tutorial and then you need to do it yourself..slowly and step by step. If you feel you cannot do that, then you either find a way to sell the PS3 or you take a video of you destroying them and post it on youtube(like FPSRUSSIA) and get many subscribers.
From what I read I need a damn dongle. and it's not that. I just want to make sure I did not do a mistake.
yea i had the same problem
Originally Posted by betrayed olive
atm you cant remarry a drive without a dongle
best and cheapest way would be a new drive