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Error code "8002F997" means your PS3 is having issues updating your system software directly via internet. As a workaround you'll use external storage media, such as a USB thumb drive, to transfer the software to your PS3
- A USB cable (not necessary if using a USB thumb drive) - A PC with Internet access - Storage media or a USB Mass Storage device such as a USB flash drive
2. Downloading and saving the software
- Plug in your USB drive to your computer, and create a folder on the storage media in which to save the update data. Create a folder named "PS3" on the storage media/USB
device. Within the PS3 folder, create a folder named "UPDATE".
1. Create a folder on the storage media in which to save the update data. Using
a PC, create a folder named "PS3" on the storage media or USB device.
Within the PS3 folder, create a folder named "UPDATE". 2. Download the update data and save it in the UPDATE folder created in step 1. 3. Pop this into your ps3 and choose to update via that.
ok man lsn, the Hard Disk that ur using seems to me like it NTFS format it should be FAT32 and to do that u need to Format ur Hard Disk drive by connecting it to any laptop near u and right click and thn format it as FAT32 and thats it :D cheerz and have fun, but if u still dont know how to do it, just take ur Hard Disk with u and go to any computer store near u and ask the guy to format it and make it FAT32 NOT NTFS.
you can go to sony.com and look fro the drivers there. they only need your laptop info (model #) and they have a list of drivers youll need. Recomendation save your drivers on a CD, Flash drive or even skydrive (recomended) that way woun't happen again.
I have downloaded music from my PC to PSP. You need a USB to mini-USB cord. Plug the cord into both the PSP and PC. The PC should recognize a new "mass storage device". Open up that ballon on your PC and name that port with a file name. Then, Go to where your music is stored on your PC and "send it" to the PSP file and it will download the music to your memory stick. Good luck!
In order to connect your XBOX 360 to your laptop (if the laptop is connected via dial-up), you'll need a cross-over ethernet cable. It's a special type of ethernet cable, which is typically the same price as a regular ethernet cable, but it allows two devices (in your case) to communicate with each other. Then, you'll need to configure your laptop to allow incoming connections via your Control Panel -> Internet Connections preferences.