06-28-2013 06:01 PM
I've just updated my PS3 to 4.46. After the update I was able to get into the the store, watch netflix etc.
But now whenever I try and do any of the above I just stay on a black screen (after the Playstation Store log has been shown).
I've tried the USB update, I've even completely formatted my PS3 and still no luck. Sorry if there is already a thread about this but it's driving me mad.
Any info is much appreciated.
06-28-2013 06:11 PM
i had this happen to me once or twice, to fix it i just restarted my PS3 disabled internet connection and re-enabled it and presto it was working fine, if that doesn't work try powering it off then holding it down once to reset the video i know its the video you are resetting but that might help also. other than that my only last guess would be that is infact the 4.46 update that is causing this.
06-28-2013 06:19 PM
ive been having this issue too. but i just got a ps3 off of ebay. everything works fine but when i try and access the store or netflix. it gets stuck on a blank black screen. I bought it with a broken blu ray drive so i cant play discs. but i cant even access the store now. so at the moment i have a slim paperweight.
06-29-2013 04:19 AM - edited 06-29-2013 05:48 AM
Same thing here, I rarely play my PS3 and last night, I played for a bit and an update of 4.46 popped up, updated it (School boy error) and it no longer read discs(Games, BD). I did the factory reset as well with no avail. I own an metal gear solid 4 edition fat PS3!!! And I m screwed over by SONY!!! WTFFF!!!
06-29-2013 04:36 AM
06-29-2013 11:12 AM - edited 06-29-2013 11:45 AM
I don't know what's going on with my PS3; I downloaded 4.46 update, and it got to 5% installation, and then some garbled, multi-colored lines appeared...then disappeared. (But there are still a few weird static-y pixels on the install screen.) It now seems frozen at 5% install. What do I do now? Do I turn it off & restart? Or...?
EDIT: After talking with Live Chat, they're saying my console requires service. Well, thanks a lot, Sony...