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How to Back Up and Import PS3 Game Saves

It’s important to keep your save game data protected. A corrupted hard drive, accidental overwrite or deletion, or even a glitch in your game could destroy hours of progress. On the PlayStation 3, you have several options for backing up and importing saved data. Here’s how to protect your PS3 game saves. Before You Back Up You can back up your PS3 saves to local media, such as a flash drive, external hard drive, or SD card.
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