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How to reset 90-0667-01 Controller Database to default setting I can't Access the spare controller unit with an old passowrd.

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There is a SI button on the CTRL.
While pressing the SI power off / on
Kept the pressing position till "1" is appear on the CTRL
Remove pressing to SI then press SI while a few seconds.
All configuration was removed.

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From the above select option "Rebuild Database". After PS3 has executed this DB rebuilding operation, the disc games will be visible again in the menu.

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