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This is a problem with the Playstation 3 software becoming corrupt. It is very easy to fix if you follow my simple steps.
Turn your Playstation 3 off into standby mode (red light on)
Press and hold the power button. The Playstation 3 will beep when you first press it, then beep again 5 seconds later and then beep once more and turn off back into standby mode (red light on). You must now release the power button.
Press and hold the power again. The Playstation 3 will beep when you first press it, beep again 5 seconds later then there will be 2 quick beeps together. When you hear these 2 quick beeps release the power button.
Your Playstation 3 will now start up with a screen asking you to connect a controller via USB. Connect your controller and then press the PS button.
A menu will now be displayed on screen. Select option 3 "Restore File System". This will then ask you to confirm that you wish to go ahead with the system restore. Accept whatever the Playstation 3 says. Do not worry about messages saying the hard drive is corrupt, this is actually a good sign.
The Playstation 3 will re-install the system software but should not affect your game saves.
Once you have completed the above, hopefully the Playstation 3 will restart as normal. If it does not, do the above again but choose option 4. If that still does not work then choose option 5, but this will erase your hard disk.
switch the hard switch off in the back of the ps3. unplug power cord... press and hold power button located on the front f the ps3 for approx 10 secs, then let it sit for a few, then hook it back up and turn the hard switch back on and try to power it back up.
I have had this happen once before but it did return to normal.
First Remove the UMD from PSP if any
1. Switch ON the PSP
2. Press and Hold the Left arrow button until the Sound of "click" Stops.
3. Press and Hold the Up arrow button until the Sound of "click" stops.
4. Press the Down arrow button 4 times (so u will be in System Settings)
5. Press the Enter Button i.e X
6. Press the down arrow button 9 times so u will in "Restore Default Settings"
7. Press Enter button i.e X once
8. Press the Left arrow button once and then press X button once
9. Press the Left arrow button once and the press X button again
10. Press the X button
See whether u r PSP restart and solves the problem
When u hold the PS3 power button this will reset the resolution setting if u changed, but if nothing happened like i posted earler all u have 2 do is 2 replace it by the warrenty as sony was helpfull they gave me another PS3, its because of manufacturing defeact , so just replace it u cant replace it .