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*If the resolution of the video content is not supported by the TV in
use, when the video is played the screen may go blank. If this happens,
go to the screen for selecting the resolution in the system's video
output settings, select "Custom" and then select all the resolutions
that are supported by the TV.
When tv and ps3 backswitch turned on hold down the front power button
when off until the ps3 has done a double beep after the intitial beep
and wait for a max of 1 min and initial set up screen should appear
If this is an issue you have always had (meaning you just started using the system) it may be a resolution problem. If your PS3 is set to display movies or games in a resolution your TV can't handle, you'll get issues like this. Go into your video settings in the bar and check to make sure you don't have it set for something your TV can't do. My TV, for example, won't do 720p.
It may be a resolution setting issue...the game may be outputting in a resolution that your tv doesnt support. Try going to your video settings and knocking the resolution back to 720p for your HDMI output....in settings under video, select your ouptut, and uncheck the boxes next to the types above 720p. Also make sure you have latest software update for ps3.