Hey guys. Say PSGroove was released so I decided to fix my PS3. I searched up possible instruction so I can fix my PS3 in a update loop, but then noticed I had to do some electrician stuff. Care to guide me through it?Sponsored Links
"There is a BIOS Battery connected with a two pin connector to the Board, remove the connector, you will notice there are actually 4 pins, turn the battery connector around and connect to the other two pins. This resets the system BIOS to default. Reconnect the battery, put it back together and your system will boot as if you just took it out of the box on the day you bought it."
This is how the bottom of the board looks like: