Hacking Ps3 (cfw) died, system backup on new ps3

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Hello there :)
So about 3 weeks ago my fat ps3 (evilnat 4.88) started to show behavior that points to a ylod in the near future so I replaced it today. But before I get started I want to know the following: If I run a system backup on a flash drive and restore it on my new ps3, can the fact that the old ps3 had a cfw mess the new console up? It's still on ofw if that matters. Can I just restore the backup anyway or should I install cfw again first (and does it need to be 4.88 again or is 4.88.2 OK too)?

I'm too scared to just try it so I thought I might ask somewhere where people with more experience are around.

Have a nice day
Toby
 
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