Accident: My PS3 Hdd was quick formatted. I took the drive out some time ago. Today I mistook it for a spare blank drive. I connected it to my PC to check if anything was on it. Nothing mounted or showed up. So I quick formatted it to NTFS. Later I realized it was my PS3 drive. No files were written to it after the NTFS quick format. I am comfortable with tools like dd and working with specific bs sizes to repair/erase things. Can it be possible to scan the PS3 Hdd, remove the new NTFS table, and put a PS3 table back in it's place? Any advise or suggestions? Full disclosure. I'm an idiot.