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While trying to do a system update 8002F2E4 (data is corrupted) already reformatted the usb it is an 8 gb format fat32.

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SOURCE: i get error code 8002F2E4 on my demo ps3 when

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I cannot help you with this error code, Because there is no known fix as yet. but this link will tell you about it.
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Hook up the external to your USB port and copy everything over. I had to do that when I installed a larger hard drive in my PS3

Posted on Jun 21, 2008

SOURCE: update 3.30 error 8002F994 data is corrupt

Actually, Reseting the console is your best bet. All you have to do is put your finger on he power button, HOLD IT DOWN for 10 seconds, and it should restart. If it doesnt reset the first time then do it a couple times.

Be Safe, kiddies. >:)

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SOURCE: PS3's only read FAT32 USB's however movies over

If you have files that are over 4GB they are not supported on the PS3, this may include 1080p HD quality video that you want to play on your Playstation 3 and cannot because the current FAT file structure does not support files more than 4GB. The answer would be a PS3 firmware update to support the NTFS file system, then you could play 4GB plus video files on your PS3.

Posted on May 14, 2010

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SOURCE: 40 gb model Data is corrupt

Hi, when Updating play stations,You are expected to use the right version for update. Most times people use lower versions,while some other people use higher version that is higher than the play station they have..

So make sure the version you are trying to install or use for the update is not higher than the version your using at the moment.

You can use the link below to know more about firmware.


blog.us.playstation.com/2010/03/28/ps3-firmware-v3-21-update/

Thanks ......

Posted on Mar 13, 2011

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which format fat32 or ntfs
make sure its fat32
Indeed, FAT32 only supports files up to 4 GB. I ran into the same problem when copying an ~4.5 GB file to an 8 GB flash drive.
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convert G: /FS:NTFS.
Personally, I don't need the "security descriptors" on the flash drive file system, so I use the variant:
convert G: /FS:NTFS /NoSecurity.
The conversion should be very quick, and of course it has the benefit of not needing to move any files off the flash drive (since you don't need to reformat it).

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