Question about Sony PlayStation® 3 (60 GB) Console
I downloaded the software update when the ps3 told me it was available think it was 3.15 or 3.20 after it instaled when i went to play a game after it loaded cant get past the start screen controllers doesnt work and computer wont turn off have to turn off with switch at the back then when turns on its after resetting itself completely also there is a blue screen there when put in new game this only goes after i press buttons have tried reseting computers back up files which deleated all game data to be left with same problems has anyone else had this happen and how do u fix or is sony responceable since it was there firmware update that caused this
If you are having issues like this the fastest fix i have seen work is booting into safemode on the ps3 and doing the restore system files option take about 3-5min from start to finish and it will fix any corrupted files.
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
Many people have also had this problem and all anyone can help to say is that you'll have to wait for a new update to solve this issue.
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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