Question about Sony Playstation 3 (PS3) Console
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I'm also having this problem as well, it has to do with the OS and it is corrupted. It seems like the "Game mode" has been corrupted preventing us from playing games on the hard drive or reading games.
Posted on Aug 09, 2008
yes that ocurs when the update is not downloaded completely and as you have pointed out because of server problems..i had the same problem because of the same problem and had to download the update froma stable connection..i suggest that you use a formatted USB and download a fresh update perhaps from a different connection..hope it helps!
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
SOURCE: PS3 plays game wont load XMB
What I did?
1).Shut down the system from the switch on the back.
2).Place and hold your finger down the on/off power button.
3).Turn the switch on the back “ON”, while still holding down the on/off power button.
4).Release your finger from the on/off power button, after you hear 2 beeps.
Posted on Apr 02, 2009
SOURCE: a ps3 start up frezee
ok my name is Juan I got 3 solutions for you the problem you have is with the VGA chip under the chip there is about a 100 small pins directly connected to the motherboard and one or more of this connections are not making a good contact some ps3's they don't turn on at all some turn on but they freeze right away and here is your 3 solutions
1._ trow your motherboard away
2._ buy another motherboard or ps3 I have motherboards on sale for 70.dls on ebay
3._ send your motherboard to me and I can fix it the only way to fix this problem is to put the motherboard in an special oven controlled by computer the computer will bring the temperature up to the point of melting the joints under the VGA to make any broken connection make contact again this is why the temperature has to be controlled by computer to bring the temperature up to the melting point of the solder and don't cause any other damage t any of the electronics and if you have saved games they will be there after your motherboard gets fix but if you buy another motherboard you will lose all of your games let me know what you think about it
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
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