My Playstation 3 Is In Perfectly Good Condition, And Allows Games To Be Played Without Problems. Yet, When You Plug In The Internet Connection, The PS3 Will Not Connect To The Internet. The Light Is Flashing At The Back Of The Console, Proving The Internet Connection Works, Yet The IP Address "Times Out" After Trying To Configure The Settings.
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its not sony fault ,i just found out today it ur service if u have a DLS ur going to keep being signed out till it finaly sign u out for good, just call ur service and change ur internet service or upgrade it ,ok dont wrry lol
I take it that you have performed the initial set of up the PS3 system
1 If the DVD/Games do not match the region code set in the system it can not be played.
2 When out putting DVD content in SD resolution, only discs recorded in PAL standard can be played. Remove the parental control restriction by increasing the viewer's age.
3 Games with Playstation 3 format software can only be played. Please check this aspect.
you may just need to redo the internet connection settings cause ps3 hold that info. Like if you got a new router or changed service providers the ps3 will still have the info from the old router. just got through settings -->network settings and reconnect to your router and see if that fixes.
most of the time even if you havent replaced a router or changed a service provider this is caused by a change in dns. your provider may have done it and that will cause wep to time out. and some games work online.
try moving ur ps3 closer 2 ur router dat should make da connection stronger. but another thing is wen da internet router is used by too many appliances certain ones for example ur ps3's internet becomes weaker. i hope dis helped=)
Hey mygz43, Unfortunately, there is no direct way to convert PS1 games over to your PSP without altering the system’s firmware and possibly violating several end-user license agreements in the process. Sony does however, support a function of the PSP called "remote play" that allows you to play content that is currently loaded into a Playstation 3 you own over a WLAN, home network or via internet access. Typically this means that you would need to physically have a PS1 disc in the PS3 in order to play it, though content that is stored on the PS3's hard drive can also be played as well.Please remember though that not all PS3 models are backwards compatible to the PS1, and some titles may encounter graphical glitches or playback errors. If you would like more information on this function, I would strongly suggest checking out Sony's support page for further details and step-by-step instructions: http://manuals.playstation.net/document/en/psp/current/network/remoteplay/ Hope this helps you out. Sincerely, Aaron Go Ahead. Use Us.