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PS3 firmware problems solved, apparently

by Steven Williamson on 8 July 2008, 09:54

Tags: PlayStation 3, Sony Computers Entertainment Europe (NYSE:SNE), PS3

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The new firmware update for the Playstation 3 which was released last week and then pulled following complaints from some gamers that their consoles had frozen or that the new features weren't working correctly, has now been fixed and is available to download.

Eric Lempel from Sony said:

As many of you know, we released PS3 firmware update v2.40 last week, but had to take it offline temporarily because, for a limited number of users, the XMB wouldn’t display after the update was installed. We’ve been able to fix the problem, and I’m happy to report that firmware update v2.41 will be released shortly.

We want to extend our apologies to the PlayStation community for any inconvenience. Now we’ll be looking forward to seeing everyone online and racking up those trophies!

According to reports from users on the official Playstation blog , the update is now live, allowing users to take advantage of the in-game XMB and trophy system.

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