I have my 80 GB from USA and i moved to Korea. here i hooked up the A/V cable to a transformer (voltage difference) and when i plugged in the HDMI cable to the PS3 from the TV, my whole house's lights went out. After I turned lights back on, i tried to turn on my PS3 and the red light doesnt even show anymore. my wii and ps2 work fine. how do i solve this? PLEASE HELP!!
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The 120 GB is the new Slim model, and probably your best choice as it'll have the latest tech inside the box. The 80 and 160 GB are the earlier 'fat' model, and are basically the same except for the hard drive size, and the fact that you can install Linux to the older models but not to the Slim/120 GB model. Let me know, if needed further assistance. Hope i helped you. Thanks for using ' Fixya ' and have a nice day!!
The only way how to play PS2 games on PS3 is to have the correct version of the console. Either your Playstation 3
can play PS and PS2 games or it can't, and there's not much to do about
it. Most of the PS3 models simply cannot play older titles as they lack
the necessary hardware and firmware. However, a few models do have
backwards compatibility. The 20 Gb, 60 Gb, and original 80 Gb models
all have backwards compatibility, either through hardware or software
emulation. The other models lack backwards compatibility, so even
knowing how to play PS2 games on PS3 won't help you out much here.
turn the power off in the back and then turn hold the power button in on the front then turn it back on in the back and continue to hold the front power button down for 5 seconds and you should here a beep then let go. Then turn it back off then on
Hi There, Unfortunately for you, it seems that whilst Attempting to use the Higher voltage power supply on a Korean machine you could have damaged some of the internal electronics within the system itself, The fuses may not have stopped all of the current reaching the Inside of the Ps3, this could mean that you would have to potentially replace your console, Unfortunately Sony won't be able to solve your issues for some reason as you Purchased the PS3 in Korea, ive helped other people purchasing their PS3's from the far east (Korea,Japan etc) and when using their home power supply which can be upto Double the voltage of the PS3s, its frazzled the wiring inside of the console.
you should still try to call sony customer support, see if they have had a change of heart and decide to help people who have purchased imported consoles only to break them due to the voltages going through them, if not then im afraid you may need to replace your console !