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u said u where using driver for many time it might hav got some krack in it .so the image can be stopped or your visual mode has some problem init ...u can boot disk to solve the problem ...if u need any help u can visit this site to solve the error
to be honest i cant understand what is the problem exactly, but lsn if u r talking about the Disk auto start, then u have to know that it has to do with the latest updates, so if u want your PS3 to auto start your Disk u have to turn it on and wait until it loads and see the PS3 menu after that insert your Disk and it will auto play it, but if u inserted your Disk as soon as you turned your PS3 on IT WILL NOT auto start it. u have to wait man until you see the menu, ok
Can you turn on your PS3 and eject while it is trying to boot? I always thought the yellow light was a hard drive failure. You can get an SATA laptop drive and replace yourself if it is in fact ta HD failure.
HI If the light turns yellow then red, this is a overheating issue. let it stand for an hour unplugged to cool.
Now, if the green light doesn't turn yellow before red, this will confirm that the HD(Hard disk), is experiencing some difficulties with the booting process. This will occur if the internal connections are damaged, due to a solder break. In this case, you will need to send the unit to Sony for a repair. Try removing the HD from the unit. after the unit HD is removed for a minute and re-installed, try to power up and initiate a boot. if the unit continues to not boot and flashes the red light after the HD is pulled, this will confirm that the HD is the culprit.
Contact Sony for a repair ticket if the problems persist.
there is a panel on left lower side you can pop off with a small flat head screw driver then take out the blue or silver big screw, then using the handle on the hard drive slide the drive to the right to un seat it out of the connector then just pull straight out.
boot it up without the drive and you will see same error then turn off system and put the hard drive back in and boot again.
sometimes this fixes this problem if it doesnt then the hard drive is bad and you need to get a new one. its not all that bad because you can upgrade to a bigger hard drive.
This sounds like your hard drive might be bad. Try pulling the hard drive out of your PS3 then turn it on and see if it will turn on. If the system turns on then i would say your hard drive definitely needs to be replaced.
Your hard drive is not being accessed by the other parts of the game, for what ever reason. I've seen this problem a lot! There's a laundry list of reasons why this happens. I can't really determine the specifics of YOUR unit unless I looked at it, which is virtually impossible. The best solution I can offer you is this: While the console is in "stand by" mode, hold down both the power & eject buttons simultaneously. You'll hear a single beep, then a double beep. Once you hear the double beep, release the buttons. This will bring up a six item menu. You'll need to pick option #3, first. Hopefully this will help you with your problem. If it doesn't, you'll need to choose option #6. The draw back of this option is that it will delete all of your saved memory; erasing EVERYTHING! But it may be the only way to keep from having to send your console to the repair shop. You can re-load your downloaded games,demos & trophies from the PlayStation store free of charge. If all else fails, you can contact PSR repairs at www.psr1.com .