Wednesday, October 7, 2009


I didn't get to play any games last night, I was really tired, but I did
upgrade my PS3 Hard drive to 250GB. For some reason though it was much harder than it should have been. I am not mechanically inclined, stuff just seems to happen when I try to do any manual labor.

I go to take out the current 60G HD from the PS3. There is one screw that holds the HD case to the system. It's supposed to be a phillip's head, the other screws on the case are phillps but my screwdriver didn't fit very well but after some pressure I finally got the screw out. I removed the HD case from the PS3 and now I had to remove 4 screws that hold the HD in the case. These screws were really in there and I finally got 3 out but one I stripped out. So now I have to go to the garage and get my Dremel and hopefully not ruin my old HD. Well for some reason that worked without any problems so I put in the new HD and wait hour and half to restore. If something can go wrong and it usually does, the same thing happens to my Dad so I guess I inherited it.

1 comment:

  1. Hi,
    You are lucky that nothing happens inside the PS3 due to HD with one screw.It is good to have more memory because nowadays games are heavy on graphics and space.