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    Did you burn it with the proper folder structure like xpa12 cited? You should just have a PS3 folder on the CD, in that an UPDATE folder, in that the update file.

    Anyway, you have a PS3 - I would spend a little bit of change and just get a new usb stick.

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    Do you have an PS3 60 GB console?

    Maybe you could use some other storage devices like SD Card and so one..

    greets

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    Following up on what moja said, make sure all the folder names are in "CAPITALS". The first time I tried updating my PS3 from a USB flash drive it took me ages until I read that it all the folders had to be in capitals.

 

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