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Aktuelle Version von: Ron Davis ,

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Have you tried holding down the power button at boot? While the PS3 is offoff, press and hold the power button until you get a second beep, then release the button. This should reset your PS3 to use whatever component cables are connected. This happensis necessary when you change component cablescables, especially when you switch from HDMI to regular cables.
Have you tried holding down the power button at boot? While the PS3 is offoff, press and hold the power button until you get a second beep, then release the button. This should reset your PS3 to use whatever component cables are connected. This happensis necessary when you change component cablescables, especially when you switch from HDMI to regular cables.
 
I don't think its a power supply issue since you are getting a green light meaning the PS3 is turning on,on. If it was a bad HDDHDD, then it would still turn on and would give you the HDD error code, and itscode. And it's definitely not the yellow light of death.
I don't think its a power supply issue since you are getting a green light meaning the PS3 is turning on,on. If it was a bad HDDHDD, then it would still turn on and would give you the HDD error code, and itscode. And it's definitely not the yellow light of death.
 
It could be a bad input connection to the mother boardmotherboard or a bad motherboard. I would try the HDMI thatHDMI. That might do the trick.
It could be a bad input connection to the mother boardmotherboard or a bad motherboard. I would try the HDMI thatHDMI. That might do the trick.

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: XnriquX ,

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Have you tried holding down the power button at boot? While the PS3 is off press and hold the power button until you get a second beep, then release the button. This should reset your PS3 to use whatever component cables are connected. This happens when you change component cables especially when you switch from HDMI to regular cables.

I don't think its a power supply issue since you are getting a green light meaning the PS3 is turning on, If it was a bad HDD then it would still turn on and would give you the HDD error code, and its definitely not the yellow light of death.

It could be a bad input connection to the mother board or a bad motherboard. I would try the HDMI that might do the trick.

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