I was playing COD4 when my PS3 suddenly stopped. I thought it was trying to reboot, the green light went on but after a few seconds it turned to a blinking red. I turned the power off, turned it back on but the same thing happened. Green light turned to blinking red.
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Check ur console first, then test the hard drive, then
unplug the console from the wall for about half an hour and then plug it
back in.The next step you can do to fix red light of death is to see if you
still have a valid warranty for your gaming console and then Go online to expert sites which will show you some online programs that
will fix PS3 red light blinking in just an hourbetter u download repair guide click here to download repair guide
No, a blinking green light has nothing to do with your hard disk. I have encountered a few similair problems with my own PS3 and one thing has always solved those problems. hold down the power button on the front of your console for about 8-10 seconds, this will automatically reboot your device and restore it to the factory settings. remember, the green light is your friend, its the Yellow light you need to be cautious of.
Possibly the very common mother board failure. Slight possibility that the power supply is failed, but the capacitors in either component can be tested with capacitor tester and service manual to test for the faulty component.
PS3 is The amazing device. by Sony but it has some common problems like sound
problem, video problem etc.... Good news is that these all problems can be
repaired with the help of DIY Guides, one such guide available at PS3 Repair Blog.
does this only happen with CoD4? If so you may have a faulty disk. Goto your local blockbuster and rent CoD4 and see if it does the same thing. If it does, you need to RMA your ps3 877-253-SONY and request a RMA.
On the Ps3 that isn't working, go into the settings and see if there is something under it that is prevent invitations or friend requests. It will probably be under parental controls or network settings. If someone else hosts the game can that Ps3 join. Also try and get the messed up one connected by ethernet cable and not wireless, it may be cutting out as there are 3 ps3's and probably multiple computers hogging the signal.