Question about Sony Playstation 3 (PS3) Console
Every time I start up my ps3 it makes sounds and no image in on my t.v screen. i can still here the click sounds but no image..what happened????please help!!!!
I turn my ps3 on and the green light flashes and switches off without we touching anything nothing appears on the screen either??????????????/
Posted on Oct 10, 2008
I have just recently got it to work! Turn off your PS3 about 3 times, approximately 5 minutes in between each time and after that it should work. It did for me.
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: ps3 start up promlem
so if you have ever had your ps3 connected to HDMI (HD cable) before, and your forgot to change it back to the normal cords that came with the game (yellow, white, and red) then you will have to connect it back up to the HDMI and go to the Display Settings and change your video output to the one that came with the ps3 (which looks like just one yellow in the settings.) then after you do that then the screen might go black if your HDMI and regular cable are on a deffirent channels, so you turn to the channel that the yellow white and red cable needs to be to, then it will show the screen and ask you if you want to leave it at this setting with this video output/cable then you say yes then your good to go.
Posted on Oct 11, 2008
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Aug 06, 2012 | Computers & Internet
PS3 Clicking noise is associated with the hardware aspect, so that's your starting point it may come from the PS3 fan clicking, so do check out the fan if there's something that might have got stucked in between. Clogs from too much dust or dirt may also cause PS3 clicking sound.
PS3 clicking noise may also come from the hard drive. The hard drive are a bit noisy because of the mechanical parts and moving drive head when reading and storing data. Again, if the noise level is very minimal, there's no worry. PS clicking noise fro the hard drive that becomes too audible may signify that the hard drive is having mechanical problems and may soon broke down. At this point you may want to backup any data you have
I hope this helps you.
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