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Most new USB drives come formatted in the newer and widely used "NTFS" format. Plug the USB drive into a USB port on your PC, and go to "My Computer" in Windows XP or to "Computer" in Windows Vista or Windows 7.

Back up the data found on your USB drive by copying everything to a folder on your computer.

Be sure to re-secure the new hard drive in the exact location the old hard drive was on the carriage, and secure it with all four screws. The PS3 will recognize that the hard drive you just installed will need to be formatted, and will prompt you, with confirmation, to do so.

Say yes to these questions to format the new PS3 hard drive.

We encourage you to check this page from time to time for system software updates and to always maintain your system to use the latest version of the system software.

My best guess, if your console needs service, re-install the original factory hard drive before sending it in.If you have all of this, then you are ready to begin upgrading your PS3 hard drive! Now that you have decided to upgrade the PS3 hard drive and have all the required tools and materials, you are ready to back up the content on the PS3 to a removable USB hard drive.When I did my backup I used a Maxtor 80 gigabyte USB hard drive, but any USB hard drive with enough space will do.Copy the update data to the PS3™ system's hard disk drive and perform the update.Upgrading the Play Station 3 hard drive is a simple process.The console firmware sets the read write access speed to the hard drive, so it is recommended to replace the PS3 hard drive with a similar SATA laptop hard drive that has more capacity than your current PS3 hard drive (I used a 160GB Maxtor). Don't go overboard though, pressing too hard may damage other components of the PS3.The PS3's original hard drive is a 20, or 60 GB SATA laptop hard drive rated at 5400 RPM, a similar speed replacement is recommended. With the new hard drive securely in place, simply re-secure the one screw to the carriage and place the HDD cover plate back on the side of the PS3. Once you have reconnected all of the cables, such as power, video, HDMI (everything you normally use when you play on your PS3) you can turn the power on.Do not interrupt the formatting process in any way, including shutting down your PC.Click "OK" when a box appears telling you that the formatting is done. All USB storage devices, also known as flash drives or USB drives, work with the Play Station 3, or PS3.However, not every USB drive will work straight out of the box.