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You probably scrambled some files and will lose something. Great that XP works.Try this:
- Type in the following exactly (not the quotes)
- it will ask you a question. Answer is:
The checkdisk utility will run, delete any "broken" files, then reboot. Broken files will not be replaced. You may be lucky and not lose too much.
Next time you feel the need to run System restore, you can do it from a regular logon. I don't think you'll be unplugging anymore, and that's a good thing. :)) Don't feel too bad, it's a learning experience.
You do back up regularly don't you? Yes? Good.
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Posted on Dec 28, 2008
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1. Place you finger on the on/off sensor leave it their until you console turns off then take you finger off the sensor.
2. Place your finger back on the on/off sensor leave it their until you hear 2 consecutive beeps then take your finger off.
3. Once the safe mode screen comes on select the option PS3 SYSTEM RESTORE.
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1) Place you finger on the on/off sensor keep it their until your console turn off. Remove your finger.
2) Place you finger back on the on/off sensor keep it their until you hear 2 consecutive beeps then take your finger off.
3) Choose the last option PS3 SYSTEM RESTORE.
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