How To Upgrade Your Dynamic PS4 Hard Drive, Which is So Cool
In this Tech World the Video Games are playing Major Role.It is became a habit to every person to play Video games.The PS4 and PS3 are running out already.Now we will do the Task of How To Upgrade PS4 Hard Drive.we are going to take which you to the Process.we should go step-by-step.It might take maximum 40 minutes.READ IT CARE FULLY.
What are things you need First :
- 1x Phillips screwdriver
- 1x 2.5-inch SATA HDD
- 1x laptop or PC with internet
- 1x PS4 controller
- 1x micro USB cable
- 1x USB stick (8GB preferred) or 1x FAT32 USB HDD
- 1x PS4
- Step 1:you should buy the HDD
Step 1:You should find the right replacement
Now the first thing that to do is to buy your replacement hard drive.The PS4 uses a 2.5 inch of SATA hard drive.It’s the kind which is generally used in Laptops or super slim external drives which is rather than Desktop computers.It also needs to be 9.5mm tall.that which protects the drive and keeping it in a place.This which does to be a little limiting at the time of at least.which is lots of 2TB hard drives which are shade to chunky.Now, To stick on the safe side.we used a western digital 1TB drive.that which gets you double the storage of the standard that is 500GB hard drive which is without busting any seems.This is also which the budget buyers choice.you can buy 1TB hard drives around at 70$ to 77$.
At this rate you can buy the hard drives.Now you will also see an rpm figure that when shopping for hard drives.There are most models which are out there are 5400rpm which is the standard of PS4 hard drive.
Really you want to see such a improvement in loads speeds that you need to look for 7200rpm drive.
Step 2:To Back-Up your PS4
After getting the Hard drive.The very next step is to Back-up anything you definitely which is don’t want to lose on PS4.SORRY There is a bad news is that you can’t back-up game installs.your home internet that will just have to take a beating to reinstall the lot which that’z a boring.The PS PLUS subscribers there is no need to worry about game saves either,they will automatically be saved in the cloud.
- >Insert the drive
- >In the Menu you should go to the settings
- >application saved data management
- >saved data in system storage
Here you will see an option to copy your saves to a USB.You need to select the files Game by GAme.
You Want to upgrade your PS3’s HDD?You can see in Coming post’s.