So recently I moved to the boonies and don't have the greatest internet connection. I still am grandfathered in to VZW ulimited data so today I decide I am going to go ahead and connect to the phone in order to update then download the new BO2 maps. And that is where I went wrong.
The PS3 update went pretty quick, that should have also been an indication of something going wrong. I then updated black ops II and went to down load my maps and BAM. It had an error and would not read the disc. Great, so I eject the disc, put it back in... nothing no disc icon. So I eject and try another disc... SOB its broken. Ok lets try a DVD, nope nada no more ready of the shiny circle dohickeys.
So I began to search and found a 37 page thread from playstation stating that there was a problem after updating to 4.46. Scrolling through a few pages I found the link to the official PlayStation knowledge base stating how to fix the issue. Maybe I am just a conspiracy theorist but this system has been out long enough to avoid bricks. I have the original PS3 FAT with an updated larger hard drive and I have never had a brick. Do you guys think that maybe PS is trying to make PS3 act odd so people will buy PS4?
Here is the info from PS3
If you updated your PlayStation 3 Software to version 4.45 and the XMB™ (XrossMediaBar) menu is not displayed, please follow the steps below to manually update your PS3's Software and restore your system's functionality.
Step 1: Manually Download System Software
- You will need a USB Mass Storage device such as a USB flash drive with at least 168 MB of free space. If your PS3 is either CECHA00/CECHB00 series model, you can also use Memory Stick™, SD Memory Card, and CompactFlash®.
- Create a folder named “PS3” on the storage media or USB device.
- Within the PS3 folder, create a folder named "UPDATE".
- Using your computer, click the following hyperlink to begin downloading system software 4.46
- Download the update data from the webpage and save it in the "UPDATE" folder.
- Location: Save in the “PS3” folder > “UPDATE” folder
- File name: Save as file name “PS3UPDAT.PUP”
Note: If the data is not saved in the correct way, the PS3 will not recognize the update data. The folder name must be in all uppercase letters.
Step 2: Activate Safe Mode
- With the PS3 off (power light should be red), touch and hold the Power button, you will hear the 1st beep indicating that the PS3 is powering on.
- Continue to hold the power button, and after approximately 5 seconds you will hear a 2nd beep.
- Continue to hold the power button and after 5 more seconds you'll hear a 3rd beep, and system will power off (Power light goes red).
- Release power button.
- Touch and hold the Power button, you will hear the 1st beep, again for PS3 power on.
- Continue to hold and after approximately 5 seconds you will hear the 2nd beep for video reset.
- Continue to hold and after 5 seconds you will hear a quick double beep. At that point release power button.
- If you succeeded in activating Safe Mode, you will see a message on screen saying, "Connect the controller using a USB cable and then press the PS button".
- Connect a controller to the PS3 with a USB cable.
Step 3: Manually Update PS3 Software
- Connect the storage media to PS3 system.
- Select [6 - System Update] and Press X.
- Please note: Data and settings may be deleted if you choose any of the first (5) options. Please make sure to only choose option [6 - System Update].
- Press Start and Select at the same time.
- The PS3 system will restart and recognizes the update file in the storage media.
- Press right on the d-pad to scroll through the update description and user agreement.
- Press X to confirm the update.
- The system will now install the new system software and restart automatically upon completion.
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