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The Back plug of my 60 GB

I'm not sure if its the cable wire, but when i plug in the cable wire with the ps3 to the T.V, It makes a buzz noise from the T.V when i'm on the Ps3 channel. When I unplug the wire, the T.V stops making the noise. And i try plug it back out and in again. Still the same buzzing sound. I'm not sure if its the Wires or the the back plug is stupid! AND ALSO!! PS3 Freezes sometimes.. RAWR!!!

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Have you tried updating to version 2.2? It came out last night. Furthermore, can you try this on a different TV so that you can eliminate that as a variable?

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