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Originally Posted by Jori
****... The fix is suspend the PSU.. The PSU is EXTERNAL.. Maybe the reason why they didnt catch this is because they may have tested it in a colder enviroment, or had the psu suspended for some reason or another.. Now stop complaining and give the psu just a little more airflow..

And for the PS3.. If Sony is so reliable, then why did the PS2 get disc read errors and such? They may not be rushing it, but it'll have bugs because they are arrogant like Microsoft.
Well, just because I pay 400dollars doesn't mean I'm willing to sit my PSU an inch off the ground.

It's just truely stupid, and that's it. I'm getting a refund on my system because 1) it's crashing and 2) it's got gay graphics anyway, so I'll see if I can get cash back from the place I bought it.

The PS2 I had never got disk read errors, actually, no, I lie. It did, but I opened up and adjusted my laser. Keep in mind this was after I dropped it off my entertainment unit....

I think the PS2 lasers should have been better, they really did annoy me. But atleast it worked out of the box, didn't it?

Sony will be ontop of problems because they've seen the negativity towards Microsoft for the problems. They'll take thier time and test the system.

We shall see, but I definitly think the 360 has become the new Dreamcast.
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Sony also had some problems with some of their PSUs, there's a recall poster on certain models by the XBOX 360's


EDIT: SO I don't think it's the company's fault if they didn't test it right, probably just a manufacturers error!
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