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If the apps were purchased, then connect to the PlayStation store, and redownload them. If you have already paid for them once, you won't be charged again.

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Feature: System Restore
When to use it: When you suspect that any of the following changes have been made:
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Click on the following link for the most comprehensive driver database in existence and download the drivers you need. FREE Driver Database

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