Ps3 crashed while updating
Every project on Git Hub comes with a version-controlled wiki to give your documentation the high level of care it deserves.It’s easy to create well-maintained, Markdown or rich text documentation alongside your code.(please correct me if I am wrong)I was decided to buy 60gb's version, but when I was just about to buy it, suddenly I heard a rumour about Sony is not producing this version anymore (this part I've already confirmed here and in a Sony announcement I read somewhere there) and the reason for that would be some problems related to some kind of updating (maybe firmware, I don't know exactly).This second part of the rumour I have not confirmed yet...it's not like they ignore the system with firmware updates and stuff like thta.also, other versions of the console can get their hardrives upgraded, not only the 60 gig I'm reading the thread you posted and it makes me a little worried, but as you said, I guess it's just a matter of not updating the firmware...But if you do plan on using ur PS3 to play PS2 games and will need the extra slots, GET IT. To be honest I still have not bought a PS3 game just yet I have been playing PS2 games mostly.If the problems are true and you decide to get it than don't update it and just wait for the next update, that could be the best solution.
I'm reading the thread you posted and it makes me a little worried, but as you said, I guess it's just a matter of not updating the firmware...That's because actual real usable space may vary by manufacturer and in some cases even with the same manufacturer. if you don't want to create a sd image you can just back up your bios, roms, and configuration files from the samba shares You can use Rpi-clone, a shell script that runs directly on your Raspberry Pi. Hi all, my name is Rafael and that's my very new post. I spend a few hours browsing the rules and faqs before posting this message and I hope I'm not violating any rules. topic_id=26125353, I made the conclusion that the best version of PS3 console is the 60gb`s, since it has ps2 and ps1 compatibility, 4 usb ports and multimemory cards readers (and the size of hd is upgradable), while other versions dont have all those features.Sign up for free See pricing for teams and enterprises The conventional way to update Retro Pie and install new features is through the setup script.The setup script can be accessed from the Retro Pie menu in emulationstation.