So, I was playing Pixeljunk Monsters this weekend and my PS3 froze. After waiting 40 minutes for it it unfreeze, I eventually had to turn off the PS3 using the power switch on the back. Upon waiting a few hours (the PS3 was unusually warm), I turned it back on and was greeted with the dreaded "Your hard drive needs to be repaired." screen. After going that process, the PS3 rebooted and displays the repair error message again. I highly doubt this drive is dead. However, since it's formatted in EXT 3I can't do any sort of diagnostic work in Mac OS X. I thought about putting it in an enclosure and running SpinRite or something of that nature on it. It's a Seagate. Any ideas? I really don't want to lose my saved game data.