When using custom firmware on the Sony PS3, your PS3 games that you have installed on the hard drive often need their eboot files replaced so the games boot properly.Eboot files can be installed on the Sony PS3 using a unique feature right on the PS3 main menu.Although you cannot downgrade 3.55 console at the moment. To do just that, you need to follow these steps below: 1. Now put the file at /PS3/UPDATE/ folder on your USB drive. Put the hard drive tray back in, re-seat the screw then put the put the hard drive cover back on. The hard drive you just discarded stored all the PS3's memories. You have to download the latest PS3 software from the Play Station website using a laptop or desktop and then put it onto a USB stick.It's fine to use the same one you used earlier to back-up saves, as this process won't wipe it.The Super Slim PS3 has a similar, but slightly different, hard drive style.
Part of this tray is a mounting bracket that is firmly fixed to the hard drive with four screws.You need to remove all four of these, using your trusty Phillips screwdriver.Now it's just a case of screwing the replacement hard drive into the bracket, then retracing your steps.A new screen comes up with the contents of the USB flash drive. J., where she received her Bachelor of Arts in journalism and communications.Select the eboot PKG file on the USB flash drive and press the "X" button to install it.