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Hi, if you have 2ds's have you tried the other board, sound like the ribbon cables are definitely not pushed in all the way, wiggle in until the little lugs at the sides touch the white clip, could have faulty clips on the board and you definitely don't want to be changing them. Enjoy
Try this solution first :
Step 1. Turn the PS3 off into standby mode (red light on)
Step 2. Press and hold the power button. It will beep as soon as you press it then beep again 5 seconds later. Release the power button when you hear the second beep.
Step 3. The PS3 should now start in standard definition.
This process basically resets the output video of the PS3 back to standard definition.
If this does not work please pot here and I will try another solution with you.
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When we experience a no video/display but with sound as if your logging in at your default blade, try to disconnect all the cables including the power cord and the audio video cable. (its the cable going from your console or xbox 360 to your tv). Before you plug it back try also to wipe the prongs or the metal part of the cables to ensure it has no debris or anything that would mess up the connection. If your using an HDTV make sure that the switch of your component cable is click on the hdtv settings. if it still not working for you, try to use a different cable and TV just to isolate the problem. If the issue still persist.. its the system that has a problem. Not exactly the hardware but it would definitely the prongs at the back of the console. So, bring it back to the retailer if its still in 30-days warranty or send for repair to its authorized service center.
I need more info, are you runnig High Definition?
Are your cables connected properly?
Is your TV working properly?
If you're running on a Standard Definition TV check the back of the Xbox and see if the video switcher says SD.
"tap" not hit.. the back of the psp, (where the game goes in on the back) and see if that works.. that will usually get the laser to read the disk.. perhaps the umd is dirty.. only tap on it "lightly" when you hear it loading.. i know that sounds stupid, but it worked for me countless of times.