The blue and green light and the fan come on but it keeps saying
The blue and green light come on, the fan comes on, but then the screen just says "NO SIGNAL", sometimes I get it to come on but then it has no volume. Does anybody have a similiar problem? if so what did you do?
Re: The blue and green light and the fan come on but it...
This sounds like a cable issue. I would make sure everything is connected correctly/securely and if that doesn't work I would try a new cable. If it isn't the cable you can return it for no cost other than gas.
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the YLOD is a commin problem with the PS3 console
1.It might be that your hardrive is either corupt or needs to be reset into the console
2. another is that the soldering on the motherboard might need to be reflowed it can be done at a local repair shop that specializes in the PS3 console
I don't know about the Wii but I know what happens with the light on the Wii
Green - The Wii Console is on
Yellow - You are connected to Wiiconnect24. It's harsh not to keep the "Yellow" light on because it could overheat the Wii Console. So if it's "Yellow", put your finger on the "Power" Button and keep it there for a long time. When you push it, it will start with Yellow then turn to Green then keep the finger there for a while then will turn to Red
Red - The Wii Console is off
Blue - You are connected to Wiiconnect24. When it turns Blue, It means you are getting a message from the Wii Console or on Standby Mode
Most likely the disc has gotten jammed in the drive. Your best solution is to find an official Sony repair center if it is still on warranty. If not, find someone who is willing to take it apart and remove the CD/DVD/Blu-ray disc.
I had kinda the same problem, but my ps3 was able to get to the home screen. I never tried the problem out on a ps2 game, but when I put anything BlueRay into the system, I would also get that blank, blue AV screen. Because I was able to access my home screen, I looked around and found that I had corrupted data on my system. Now, I'm not sure how to get you back to your home screen, but if you're ever able to, the only solution that I found was to wipe the hard drive of the corrupted data, by going to the Game option on the home screen, then scrolling down to either Game Data Utility or Saved Data Utility. That's where you'll find it. Unfortunately, this will mean you'll have to wipe your entire hard drive of all your saved data.
I know it sucks, but I hope this helps...
otherwise have people look at it.
Cracked solder points try turning it on with the fan unpluged and wait untill you get the 2 red rings lights 1 and 3 then wait until the xbox shuts off then wait a couple of min. then reconnect the fan and turn it on to see what happends.
It sounds like one or more of the GPU connections has a bad connection. This means it is very close to dying from the 3 lights of death. Your unit needs to be sreviced by a professional or Microsoft.
Try getting a new AV Option, well actually first startup your PS3, startup your controller, and hit the center PS3 button, because those 2 options are only in the Main PS3 Option, which is accesed and closed through hitting the middle button on your controller. Hope this helped.