Originally Posted by Glowball1
I have experienced this problem before and fixed it by getting and installing a new hdd.
I think it's caused when the internal ps3 settings (dev_flash 2) get messed up. Here is a snippet of my internal ps3 settings
As you can see the ps3 has my hdd serial stored. My old hard drive did work after I installed the new one though??? so my theory is probably only 50% correct lol.
Anything is better than nothing, thank you for trying to help me. I'll try this one. I'll buy a new HDD and an enclosing (just in case). I'll post my findings here when i get the items.
I am thinking of buying this one (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...=ATVPDKIKX0DER
) I am really not big on storage size so this one is ok with me, unless you have a better one to recommend.
Once again, thanks!