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  1. #41
    HeyManHRU Guest
    The E3 allows Dual booting with 1 hard drive, you just need to format it every time you switch firmwares, which is kinda annoying.

  2. #42
    candan Guest
    It wouldn't be properly functional without 2 drives. You'd lose all your saved games every time; more than just annoying!

  3. #43
    HeyManHRU Guest
    On the website it says you can use 1 hard drive but you'll need to format it and update the PS3 every time you change the FW. I don't think you'll lose any saved data though.

  4. #44
    NTA Guest
    Saved data isn't lost through formatting?

  5. #45
    HeyManHRU Guest
    Well it depends on what team E3 meant by formatting. But know that you mention it I think you will loose your saved data.

    I would get a 2.5 GB harddrive for CFW to keep all my games on it, and use the original internal HDD for OFW. I'll do that or use a HDD from one of my old fat YLOD PS3s.

  6. #46
    neojared Guest


    i have my ps3 with brick, thanks progskeet and your fantastic diagrams and software.

  7. #47
    racer0018 Guest
    I can help with others if they are needed it. I have installed many of these and will help where i am needed. Thanks

  8. #48
    dayv Guest
    Has anyone here successfully downgraded, with progskeet. Whether the solder version or the sloderless? and outcome of the same. thanks

  9. #49
    HeyManHRU Guest

  10. #50
    spawnofjago Guest
    Just in case anyone wants to know the Nor solderless 360-clips are now available. So you know, you need a progskeet 1.1 or 1.0 with the added 50 pin zif connector. They run about $50 and they are a good grab if you want to dual boot solderless. (now if only they can release the dual nand adaptor life for me would be grand)

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