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You don't have to go through the trouble of doing that. I managed to figure it out and test it on the PS3 on my own last night.

I made the partitions going to Disk Management and formatting 32 gigs of the drive to FAT32. I left the rest unallocated. I downloaded EASUS software and resized the FAT32 partition to 120GB (the amount of my PS3 hdd) and then formatted the unallocated space to NTFS.

I backed up my PS3 with the FAT32 partition and I already got 200GB filled up in the NTFS partition. thumb.gif Thanks for your help folks. smile.gif