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PS3 problems Everything was fine I hooked it up downstairs with the S-video Hookup and watched a movie. Then plugged it in upstairs with the Hi-Def audio video cord and the screen said data is corrupted press the PS button to auto reset so i turned on the paddle and pressed OK it reset and the same screen keeps coming up??

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Sounds like you turned the power off with the hdd still spinning. try replacing the hdd

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