I looked around, but i did not see anyone having the same problem. If I missed it, then I apologize.
Anyhow, my PS3 had some video issues until one day, it no longer had any video. In my attempts to troubleshoot, I found that if the harddisk is still plugged in, I get no video. If I pull it out, I do get video, but of course the video is of the error statement "Cannot start. The correct hard disk was not found."
If it's just a hd issue, wouldn't I at least see something after doing the reset and waitingfor the double beeps?
It can't be video cause I see the error statement. Can you help me understand what the issue is and how to resolve it.
My PS3 a couple years back, was having some pretty bad graphic problems, like giant lines coming out of people, huge black masses everywhere, textures completely not showing up, Ezio looked like a damned porcupine.
If it's that... From what i was told it was some kind of graphicy, videoy, thingie, inside the PS3 that apparently overheated and went derp o-O And seeing how I onced had no power and was on a generator in my house, which was about 95+ degrees inside, running my PS3 all day... Yeah, I'm sure it did heat up quite a bit those few days >_>
Then eventually it just stopped showing anything.
Sent it in, saying I had issues with it, asked for the same model back, and shazam, here I am with my sexy fat boy.
Not sure if those are the same video issues you're having D:
But if I remember right.... they said there was some kind of cooly foamy stuff? That needed to be replaced, and I think the chip thingie >_>
Totally uninformative I know, but it gives you something to read o:
Appreciate yhe insight fen. it sounds like the graphics prob is the same, but I wondered if anyone tried pulling the hd to see if they do get the same "Cannot start" screen eventhough it looked like the video portion stopped workign altogether.
i saw several solutions to different things and tried them in combination and stumbled on this. I hope someone out ther has come across this....