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Re: How would I "thiefproof" My PS3?

Mar 21, 2013
I'd prefer to prevent it from being stolen in the first place. But I'll keep documentation, just in case. Also, this isn't English class, I'm not being graded on my grammar.
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Yes it is, a more pressing issue. I should have mentioned that it is the issue. Or part of it anyways. The times I've been "robbed", I woke up or came home to find that another resident of y home had taken and sold my games, and other items. I'm not a violent person but its happened to often for me to be calm about it the next time. So to prevent any of my inner demons from escaping I'd like to prevent my stuff from being stolen in the first place.
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That's a Great Dane. The most fragile of all English guard dogs. And the clumsiest. And a dog wouldn't defend against someone I lived with. I forgot to mention that.
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Mar 21, 2013
What slight modifications would hose be and like most if not all other "slight" modifications do they void the PS3 warranty?
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I imagine there's more to that story.
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Mar 21, 2013
That looks cool but it also looks like it would be a pain to open all the time and like my PS3 would cook itself inside.
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I didn't select tha as the solution. How are you guys quoting things others have said in your replies? Is it an option I overlooked?
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Hurley2342 wrote:
Call me paranoid but I payed $300 for my ps3, and don't want it being stolen and/or sold. So I'm looking for a way to thiefproof my PS3 without voiding warranty. Now, obviously I could take the easy route and put it in a locked cabinet, however there are trustworthy people who I allow to play my PS3 and I can't always be around to unlock it for them when they want to play. So super-creative intelligent people this is your time to shine.<br>For the record I wasn't always this paranoid but I have been robbed before and since, have learned that you really can't be too careful.

 

 

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Hurley2342 wrote:
I didn't select tha as the solution. How are you guys quoting things others have said in your replies? Is it an option I overlooked?

Reply directly to the post you wish to quote.  Look to the upper right of the box you type your response in and hit the button next to spell check that says quote.

 

If you are on mobile I do not think you can quote.

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Hurley2342 wrote:
I didn't select tha as the solution. How are you guys quoting things others have said in your replies? Is it an option I overlooked?

I looked at some of the answers and then looked at the answer you choose as correct I was like Smiley Surprised

 

P_P has showed you how to quote... 

 

As your typing in your reply look to the upper right hand corner and youll see it there, right next to the spell check button.

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