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Hey guys i had this same problem 2 times the second time being tonight
and i fixed it both times! I don't usually post on forums but im just
trying to help out here i know it can be really frustrating when this
happens. Anyways what i did to fix the problem is lift the ps3 a couple
inches off the ground and gently drop it so the dust or w.e it is in
the ps3 settles n fixes. The second time this happened (tonight) i
tried dropping it again and it didn't work, it really got me mad, but
then i tried dropping it again this time upside down and after 1 drop
it worked. anyways hope this helps :) If i am helpful to you, please rate me. Good luck!
go back the trunk put the key in and turn it resets the system worked on mine found it out googal i keep take the battire off and didnt work it go off when it get hot but this works the trunk are turn the key resets it strange
I pod which you is Apple's I think . its only that you are not plugged it proper or you need to install the software of I pod. this is because your computer did not support. please install your I pod software. ok
Easiest way to fix this problem is to contact microsoft and have the console repaired. It is usually caused by the Graphics processing unit, Central processing unit, and the fan producing to much heat and warping the mother board causing the solder to become loose breaking it and loosing a good connection. Sorry for the bad news! Thing to try and practice with this console would be checking the power supply make sure it is in a well ventilated area and vents are clean, also the console must be kept clean in a open area where it can get good ventilation on all sides. since the 360 has a 3 year warranty just get the system replaced/repair and it will save you alot of grief. I hope this helps! good luck and happy gaming.
Hey guys, same thing happened to me. In case you're looking at this site like I recently had been, I just wanted to post a little update. I bought my PS3 on the Christmas of 2007, and it stopped working after I played an online round of Tekken: Dark Resurrection on July 5. It froze on the wavy part of the introduction of the PS3 system. So what you do is:
1. Press the PS3 "touch" power button and hold it until you hear two buttons "beep" 2. Connect your USB cord to your ps3 controller and press the center button when instructed on the screen. 3. Choose the third choice on the screen which says something about restoring the data (sorry i cant remember i know its the third choice though) 4. When it asks you its question say "Yes." and it will begin the restoring process with the download bar. 5. When its complete it may make you do step 4 once more, so just do it again, or any more times it asks, until it finally restarts properly. ( I had to do it two times)
I hope this helps you guys, it helped me the first day it stopped working!