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Unfortunately you've been hacked. Nothing you can do about it now. Though Hackers seem to have left MW2 alone on the ps3 thank god. They were really gettin on my ****! Not sure if thats down to PSN or the hackers themselves getting fed up when everyone leaves the game. Best thing to do if you were only rank 22, is to create a new username. Start playing MW2 online again and you'll earn weapon upgrades and xp as normal. By the way if you want to add me as a friend my screen name is LJ2602. I love MW2 and I am the god of cod! lol.
Make sure that you NAT TYPE isn't moderate or strict if so factory reset the modem/router and if that doesn't do it, go into your modem/router via PC and set your PS3 as a DMZ host. NOT: Setting you PS3 system as a DMZ host puts your console outside the firewall.
i phoned microsoft about the problem, cuz i've been getting the same thing on other games too and at one point not even connecting on the dash, but when i test the connectivity everything is fine. the person who i spoke to at microsoft said "its a problem with x-box live, and they are working 24/7 to try to resolve this. it is a problem which started x-mas 07" looks like were all going to have to grin and bare it for a while because by the sounds of it they aint got a clue whats up with it.
There is a Microsoft KB article on this: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/911152
I would try that and see if that helps. Also try removing and reapplying the faceplate. Did you recently move/bump your 360? If so, I could see the KB article applying to your situation.
BTW, what makes me think its user error is the fact that you specify that important 5-10 second window. If a button or something is pressed down permanently, it has a tendacy to be like clock-work, while hardware errors/failures with the 360 seem to be more towards random restarts and failures.
If all else fails, just call MS and see what they can do. You may want to repost with exact details of what is going on, your Xbox's condition (dusty?), and what changed to make the event begin.