Have you been hoping that the newly released 3.60 firmware on the PlayStation 3 fixes the known plague that corrupts the HDD on the 3.56 firmware?
For gamers who missed out on updating the second version of the 3.56 firmware that Sony secretly released several weeks ago and the original HDD on your PS3 is no longer in your possession to install the second firmware that fixes this bug, you might find your PS3’s hard drive is still corrupted. However, for those who still have the original hard drive of their PS3, they can easily fix this problem by putting the HDD back and installing the new or fixed firmware.
But what about the people who don’t have the original hard drive to reformat the new HDDs? I am sad to report that the new 3.60 firmware that is now available will not fix the issues for those who are stuck on the HDD corruption issues.
Does this mean that Sony will abandon those gamers who are stuck on a PS3 that does not format a new HDD due to the broken 3.56 firmware that they released? Why didn’t they publicly announced that the second version of the 3.56 firmware that they released will fix the HDD corruption issues?PS3 3.60 Does NOT Fix the Known HDD Corruption Issues,