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A PS3 can be opened rather easily, but if your PS3 is newer, or still has a warranty on it, I wouldn't open the case. If you're unsure of whether you still have a warranty on it, you can call 1-800-345-7669 and they will give you instructions. If you open your case, you WILL void the warranty. That being said, here goes:
1. Locate the side of the PS3 with the HDD symbol on it(The left side of the PS3). Above the HDD symbol, there is a sticker that covers a plastic cover. Removing this sticker will void any warranty still on the PS3. 2. Peel off the sticker and gently pry the plastic cover out. There is a recessed area with a screw at the bottom, use a small screwdriver to unscrew it. 3. The plastic cover on top of the PS3 is now loose, and you can slide the plastic cover towards the left side of the PS3(where you just removed the sticker) and lift it off. 4. There are 8 screws holding a second plastic cover down. Unscrew them with a Phillips head screwdriver, and set them aside. Lift the cover straight off, and set aside. You have now opened your PS3, and have access to the Blu-Ray player and other internals. Good Luck!
The PS3 combines the features of a game console and a Blu-ray player in
one device but like many highly sophisticated devices it can easily
overheat. An overheating PS3 displays an LED on the front called the
"yellow light of death" and shuts itself off after a few minutes. Repairing a PS3 system so
that it doesn't overheat can be done at home, although you will need to
open up the case and add heat dissipation paste to the GPU and CPU
chips inside of the case. But it costs you more rather you can send the unit to SONY.
dont... there is no need to open your ps3 at the moment.... its the update that screwed your ps3...
you arent alone with this problem, i got the exsact same problem, i even tried to clean the lens with no luck. so thats why i say dont to cleaning it, cuz it wont work.
and about now alot would say "then your lens is fried, go buy a new" but im 10000000% sure it aint, and a cleaning wont work eather.
other fact is that i acually can load my games if im really patient and want to eject and insert the disk about a 100 times before it reads it, and if it was fried it woulden even read the disk at all...
so just hang in there ps3 bud, and wait to they gonna release a new update that will fix it...
Hi, This is a common problem on the PS3 unfortunately and is caused by a faulty blue-ray drive. Unit will have to go back to Sony for service.
You should try a DVD cleaning disk first to be sure that dirt on the laser lense is not causing the issue.
You can also open the case and clean the laser lense with a Q Tip and an alcohol cleaning solution. If you plan on opening the case at any stage please ensure the unit is disconnected from its power supply.
If this fails and you are confident with electronics there are several videos on YouTube showing how to replace the drive if you choose to order it and do it yourself.
See an example below.
Hope this helps. Please remember to rate my answer. Many Thanks.
I did many tests with several Media Servers and the following points had often been the Connectiong-Problem to the Media-Server.
Nr. 1 - The Firewall on your PC: I tested a few Media-Servers and often the problem with the connection of the devices came up from the firewall (in my case ZoneAlarm). To Solve this i stopped the firewall, started the Media Server (e.g. TVersity or MS MediaPlayer) and then I restarted the firewall again. After the in 99% of the cases the firewall then asked for creating the rules for the Media-Server Software.
The Router's Port / UPNP-Setting: Most of the Media-Servers are needing open ports for the Media-Sharing (e.g. TVersity needs an open Port 41952). If the port is not opened for the connection you will in the best cases have very bad Sharing-Performance but in most cases you will at fact of the Port-Problem not be able to create a connection between the devices. So you have to open the needed Ports at your Router.
If you don't want to open each needed port by hand you can also (if supported by the router) activate the UPNP-Function (Universal Plug&Play). With this function enabled each device who needs a open port can open the port by itsself (But don't forget the security problem with this function - Even if it is a fine thing it is really danger).
Problem: New MP3's are not shown on a connected Server: Often it is a good Idea to reboot your Playstation and then reconnect to the MediaServer (New MP3's and so are then refreshed).
The IP-Adresses of the Devices You have also take to look at the Network-Adresses of the Devices (PS3 & PC). They should be in the same Net-Range (e.g. PS3: 192.168.0.55 & PC: 192.168.0.56). The most easy way to be sure that this is done is using the DHCP-Function of your Router. The Router then gives each Device a IP from a predefined Range.
Hopefully I could help you to solve your connection problem with one or even more of the Settings/Points above. I wish you a nice weekend.
maybe you should try different games? see if those different games freeze, if so, then it might be your blu-ray player in your ps3, or your ps3 might be overheating. my games froze at certain points because my ps3 was overheating, just try a few different games