Just brought call of duty..and days later my ps3 is not reading any disk! Read a lot of comments and they have the same problem with the same game(call of duty 4).
Do not buy buy call of duty..that game has to be faulty as it caused too many problems.I have no warranty for my ps3 as i got it from an old mate... iam in a lot of trouble. What can i do? Can someone help me. Please!
how can i reset the setting of my PS3 if i set the setting the monitor is dark
Actually Ryan, PS3 does has an OS. It's a version of Linux. Shat, does a message come up and say it wont read the disc, or a black screen? If it's the black screen, get a USB keyboard, hook it to the PS3, turn the PS3 on, and type in boot game-os or boot game.os I can't remember for sure which one it was. Let me know if that helps.
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I'm guessing he is stuck in the game. To figure out what do to next you can read the walk-through here. It contains step by step instructions for every part of the game. It also contains a lot of extra information that can make the game more enjoyable to play.
I hope you find out what to do and have fun playing!
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Go to btjunkie.org and in the search box type drivers example "Win XP drivers" download the big packages make sure you have lots of seeders and leechers and also make sure that the comments are more green than white. This means the files are most likely good to download you can also read the comments section of the torrent you are downloading.
You may also need .rar reader winrar is the one I use also you may need an ISO software program go there to the search box again and download these programs as well they are free to use. Type in at btjunkie.org in the search box winrar and later magiciso some torrent files come this way.
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Can you be more specific as to what driver you are looking for? I use this route to get all of my drivers just a suggestion take a peak it is free.
btjunkie.orgis my resource for all of
my XP drivers I answer this question a lot from folks that need drivers. If you
can I suggest upgrading anyway to Win 7 they are downloaded mostly for you
during the install process which makes it a lot easier these days to fix
machines. Less time in any event go to that site make sure that you have U torrent a torrent
file down-loader program software. Type in the search box once at the
btjunkie site XP drivers you will have thousands of them to download on one
disk insert the disk then go to devices seek the drivers needed to be found
point the seek to your drivers disk and hopefully it can be had. I never have
an issue with drivers using the software downloaded from there site. I hope
this assists you. It is also for those of you who read this post to keep your
driver files with your purchase when you bought the computer. If this is not
the case then you will have to hunt them down.
A "CRC" (Cyclic Redundancy Check) is caused by an disk-drive error.
When you write a "block' of data to your disk-drive, a CRC value is calculated, and is also written to the disk. When you try to read that "block" of data, the CRC value is also read from the disk,
and a new CRC is calculated from the data. If the "new" CRC does not match the "old" CRC, then you have a "check" condition -- either the data was not written correctly, or the data could not be read correctly.
Now, did the "check" message refer to the "source" of the copying operation (namely your 'C:' drive) , or the "target"(namely the external drive) ???
Try to copy the PST file to another file on your 'C:' drive.
If you do not see the "check", then it is the external disk-drive that has a problem.
If you do see the "check", then open Outlook, create a new folder,
and copy a group of messages into the new folder. If Outlook reports that one of the messages could not be copied, then the disk-space occupied by that message is faulty, and must be excluded.
You will normally need the right software/program to view some formats, and I would recommend VLC media player as it does most and you can download it here for free: http://www.vlcmediaplayer.info/london3/