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Reset the video settings by turning on the ps with only the power cable plugged in, when turning on continue to hold the power button until you hear a second set of beeps then turn off the console.
Boot up the ps and plug in your av/hdmi cable and you should have picture and sound.
Put your PS3 in standby mode (hold the power button until the light turns red) then release, and hold the power button again for about 10 seconds, or until the light beeps a second time. When the PS3 restarts, it should display on whatever it finds plugged in first.
Heres one solution that I found. If your ps3 turns on but does not boot
up just stays a black screen most likely the hard drive got corrupted.
So unfortunately you will lose all your saves. But to save the system
when you power on the ps3 hold the button down its should beep once
keep holding it and it should turn red in standby mode. Keep holding
the power button down though. It should turn green again keep holding
it should beep then double beep this time instead of going into
standby. Let go now and some options will come onto the screen. You
will need to plug in your ps3 controller and 6 options should come up.
Reformat PS3 worked for me but I lost all my saves. Good luck!
Check the audio settings on PS3 and make sure they are set to what audio source you are using. If not that make sure those inputs work with other devices. If not that then the sound card has gone out and the soon the video car will go out.... :(