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Posted on Jul 23rd 2017 at 12:17:24 AM by (geo2017)
Posted under ps3, fixing gaming consoles

So I was playing a digital download game recently, and it froze up on me.  I couldn't close out of game normally so I had to a hard shutdown.  I had to do it a couple more times, and now my ps3 freezes shortly after it starts fixing issues due to the abrupt shutdowns.  Will replacing the hard drive fix the problem, or is it a bigger problem? Or should I just buy a new ps3?  I can't afford a ps4 right now.

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It sounds like you may want to format the hard drive first, to see if that resolves the problem.
I agree with Shadow, or if possible grab a different hard drive and format it to see if it resolves the issue.  If you're lucky there may be some way to recover the data on your old disk if the disk itself is not physically damaged.

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