Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Outbreak News: Sony’s PS3 Suffers Massive Outage

UPDATE 2: Around 9 pm, PlayStation posted on his Twitter that the service had been restored. The official blog of PS3 consoles, said it had "recognized in 2010 as a leap year."

UPDATE: Sony has posted a new entry in the Official PlayStation Blog said engineers believe they have "determined that this problem is due to an error in the clock function built into the system." The company expects to resolve the problem within 24 hours and advises users of older models do not use your PS3 console until the fault has been fixed.


gambling sites overflowing this morning with the news that Sony's PlayStation 3 has a bug that prevents users can access the internet and PlayStation in some cases, obstruction of the games played entirely.

The Official PlayStation Blog said engineers were "reduced to the question" and are working to resolve the problem, which was first reported by users, on Sunday. However, PlayStation Twitter account has not been updated for 13 hours, when the company has confirmed that later, "Slim" models of the PS3 are not affected by the "8001050F" error.

Kotaku reports that some players and the developers think the problem is related to the internal clocks in the old consoles are not able to manage the switch from February 28, 2010, from 01 March. But the PlayStation Europe event blog warn users not to trust the information on the problem "unless an official Sony source."

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