I was playing the ps3 game TNA Impact and I had to shut down the game to do something and when I came back to finish the game , the error message: An error occurred during the start operation. (8001002B).What do I need to do to coorect the problem.
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When Gran Turismo 6 is launched while connected to PSN, a message will appear on screen informing the users that "the latest update data for this software has been found (Version 1.03)".
Once accepted (by pressing the X button while selecting [OK]), a "Please wait..." message will be displayed. After a few seconds, the PlayStation 3 system will emit 3 acoustic signals and restarts automatically.
At this point, some users may receive a message stating that the system was not shut down correctly last time. The system will ask then to perform a system file check and then the reboot is completed.
Users will be prompted again to download Update 1.03, whether they received the message in step 3 or not.
To avoid this issue:
To avoid this issue, please accept to download the Update by selecting [OK] within 2 seconds of its appearance on screen when prompted. This will update the game properly.
If you wait longer than 2 seconds, please decline the Update by pressing the Circle button when the message in step 1 is displayed, then select [Back] in the subsequent "Sign-In to PSN" screen. The game will start, quit the game using the PS button while in the [My Home] screen and follow the procedure described above.
This requires fast fingers and is a "work around" solution only but should fix your issue!
This is an issue with the Playstation network and not your PS3. The network had been down, then back up, then back down. Once Sony brings it back up, You should be good to go.
On a sidenote, You can always reset your ps3 by holding down the power button and waiting until it beeps a couple of times. Or buy yourself an xbox 360 and be free from all of this :)
go to the play stations web site to find out what the code means.
if your ps3 has a message of trophy registration error sony will say you need to turn in your ps3 for service this is not true i fixed mine by saving my game data on a thumbstick then deleted the game save data shut off my ps3 then turned the main power (the switch in the back) off for a few minutes to allow the power to dissipate. Then i restarted the ps3 copied my game save data back and my COD modern warfare 2 played like a champ! i did lose all of my trophies but the game saved data allowed for 12 percent of them to come back apon completing one special op mission.
I must assume that the card you are talking about is not a Sony brand memory card. Sony Playstations are very picky with memory cards and can cause strange malfunctions even permanent damage if they are not Sony brand or Sony approved memory cards. Sorry that doesn't fix it, but my brother lost his by using a non Sony memory card. It fried the machine.
1).Shut down the system from the switch on the back. 2).Place and hold your finger down the on/off power button. 3).Turn the switch on the back “ON”, while still holding down the on/off power button. 4).Release your finger from the on/off power button, after you hear 2 beeps.
How long were you playing it? if you were playing for a couple of hours, then it could of just overheated, in which case the ps3 will shut itself off suddenly to keep from damaging something. It should work after about half an hour, adequate time for it to cool down, if not, then you might of damaged something.