Updating ps3 from storage media
A computer’s Basic Input-Output System (BIOS) is embedded software on a motherboard.
It is the first software your PC loads so that it can use things like CD drives, mice, and keyboards practically from the moment you turn it on.
If your PS3 system software version is 4.55 (or later), you do not need to perform this update.
To check the version of your system software, go to Settings (Settings) You can update your system software by any of the following methods: Update using a PC Download update data using a PC and save on storage media* or a USB Mass Storage device.
PUP; CDN_Timeout=30; # US(shop) Dest=84; Compatible System Software Version=4.7600-; Dest=84; Image Version=00010015; System Software Version=4.7600; CDN=
PUP; CDN_Timeout=30; # EU(shop) Dest=85; Compatible System Software Version=4.7600-; Dest=85; Image Version=00010015; System Software Version=4.7600; CDN=
Sony decides the firmware that gets on the disk and for which firmware the 'Gold' code is signed and mastered). PUP files, they are the same for all different regions (if you were looking for regioninfo, see here). Within the Retail/CEX there are 2 file versions: 1 is a PUP with a normal file length which also gets released online. Based on the model, there are 4 different release types: Retail/CEX, Shop/SEX, Debug/DEX and Tool/DECR.If you were using an SD card to install the new version of Windows on your PC or laptop, you may have encountered this error which appears even after you have inserted the SD card into your computer and it gets the process stuck in a loop which needs to be terminated by exiting the setup process.
However, you can use an USB adapter in order to connect your SD card via an USB port on your computer and users have suggested that they have solved their issue by applying this particular method. Users have also reported that the external storage device you are using as a backup or as a storage device for Windows 10 must be a USB storage device and it needs to be connected to a USB port on your computer.However, sometimes you have to take this one step further and completely uninstall your antivirus because many users have reported that uninstalling their antivirus program such as AVG or ESET Smart Security was able to fix the problem and Windows 10 installing process proceeded without issues.