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PUP) using a compatible storage device such as Memory Stick, Memory Stick Duo, a USB key (FAT32) or PSP.

This document, titled "How To Install a PS3 Update Via a USB Key," is available under the Creative Commons license.

I've read that this is possible for system patches but i was wondering if there is a way to do it for game patches as well.

In particular I'm concerned about Skyrim which due to some major programming gaffs has become all but unplayable after you hit about the twenty five hour mark.

Answers users constantly saying things aren't possible to people just because they feel that it would, in their opinion, be far too complicated or unethical and therefore it doesn't exist. One on the monitor, and one on a television, allocated with two copies of World of Warcraft and two accounts, completely separate mouses and keyboards. With that said, I'm asking you, as what I believe to be a logical community to not disregard this question because you feel it to be too illegitimate or you are afraid to explore these ideas.

Let me give an example, plenty of people have asked here if it's possible to use two keyboards and two mouses on a Windows system in order to play an MMORPG or Co Op game together on different PC's - The answer from the Yahoo community is "No! Do not tell me it's impossible, because I already have a worst case scenario. This retarded 14 year old living with us at the moment took mine, (edit: can't get it back because she 'lost it') and my brother has my portable hard drive. Just decided to do it today, but I haven't updated it yet.

Just wondering because there's a FPS game I brought recently and I wanted to play it today.

My PS3 for some unknown reason is dying after 77% when I try to update it with an error code. If you have a smartphone, you can use it's internal memory as a flash drive, just copy the update onto it, plug it into the PS3, and mount the internal phone memory when prompted like you would if you hooked it up to your computer. I want to do it in some quirky way to prove some point that only I care about, olol.

My resources are: A laptop A USB connector A 1GB SD card An ethernet cable A jailbroken i Phone I need to update my Playstation 3 through removable media, obviously. (FAT32 is the only type of removable storage media that a PS3 can so much as acknowledge its existence). Hooking up your PS3 to your laptop will not work as the PS3 will detect the laptop as a device, and the laptop will detect the PS3 as a device.

Or a another option may be to have som1 else (you know/trust) copy their game data/patch update onto a thumb drive then copy to your system.

Im not 100% sure the latter method would work but you can give it a try.

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