Hello, So, I recently had to change my PS3's board because the old one's bluetooth malfunctioned (had it for about a decade). To install the new board, the hard drive needed to be reformatted. Prior to this, my PS3 had two user accounts; mine, and my brother's (which he rarely uses, nor cares about, and hardly has any save data on it). The reason I went through the trouble of getting this PS3 fixed in the first place was to preserve the save data in my user account. Before reformatting, I did a system back-up to an external drive. It took about 20 hours, but appeared to have done its job. Now that I have a working bluetooth again, I did a system restore using the backed up data from said hard drive. This is where the problem began. Restore was just a few minutes, compared to the 20 hour back-up process. However, it strangely only restored the stuff from my brother's account and not mine. Had things been the other way round, I wouldn't be looking for a solution and just go on as is. I doubt I would've been using his account when making the back-up, but even if I had been, isn't the back-up and restore process supposed to restore everything? I did it once before years ago when I'd changed my hard drive, and was actually surprised to see that literally everything, my user account and my brother's plus all our downloaded games, had been perfectly restored back then. But now I'm fearing my own save data might be lost, and am hoping there's some kind of reason why the restore I'm doing now is incomplete. Any help with how I might be able to get my own save data back, or at least some closure if something might have happened during the backing up process which may have messed everything up. Thanks in advance.