June 08, 2011 at 00:00:02 Jun 08, 2011 @ 00:00
thats your problem, you had to have an account prior to the psn going down.
Originally posted by Inactive Userfor like 30 dollars more you could of got a lot more space
Yea it's a lot since I'm an unemployed college student. I'm not here for $300 jeans, and could/would never spend that kind of money on a pair of jeans.
I'm here for the electronics/music forums, and reading funny stuff in offtopic.
Originally posted by Inactive UserQ: When will I have access to the Welcome Back Program?
A: The content offered as part of the Welcome Back Program is available for download today and will be available through July 3.
yo i'm thinking about upgrading my ps3's hard drive but i'm confused because tutorials have been telling me different things.
i'm thinking about buying this hard drive and curious if it's suitable for the ps3? http://www.compuvest.com/Desc.jsp?iid=1587740
also i don't have an external hard drive and i don't want to go too overkill with the memory since i'm only using this to backup my ps3.
the thing that confused me the most was that people said i have to format my external hard drive to fat32, but they said it was impossible to do on vista because it's over 32gb. is that true and if so how do i get pass that?
Originally posted by Inactive UserAndriasang says a new PS3 configuration is coming, but don't get your hopes too far up. The changes concern its power draw, weight, and the removal of LED lights. The hard drive for the CECH-3000B model still is 320GB, according to a retail source Andriasang quoted. The console cuts power consumption to 200W from 230W and drops in weight to 2.6 kg (5.7 lbs) from 3 kg (6.6 lbs). Pricing remains the same for the 320GB model and will make its way to shelves once the current stock runs out.