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Every pc/laptop will only accept a certain amount of memory. Your probably overloading it. Check in your system info to see how much it can take. Also, make absolutely sure that you have the right memory stick for you pc!
why it is bent? have you removed it at put it back? maybe when you try to put back your processor on the motherboard you place not the exact way. you don't need to pull out the processor, all you need to do is replace either RAM on VC, if does not work try to have a Mboard, if not work now its that the time to change your processor, or buy a new one..
Goto settings at the main menu of the ps3, go to the left to settings, then go down to BD/dvd settings go down to BD 1080p 24hz output and disable it.If this doesnt work out for you call up Sony, theyll get you set up with the repair process. before you call them though, be sure to restore system to default settings, because they will ask if youve done that yet.Their number is 800-345-7669 (800-345-SONY) Sometimes if you get a blu ray disc outside of your region, then it's not supposed to work. If you live in the US, then only Blu Ray movies from the US will work.
Check if there is dust in the game itself or the consol.Other than that it could be that you wires(I know you checked)that are hooked up to your tv may somehow be losing a signal.Or the wires in the machine(you werent specific which ones you checked) may have become frayed.Or it could just be over used and could need new prosesing software.