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Sony: Don't turn on your PS3 until PSN bug is fixed

Posted on Monday, March 01 2010 @ 19:46:47 CET by

Seems like those PlayStation Network issues are pretty serious. Engadget writes Sony is now saying you shouldn't use "fat" PS3 models at all, since the calendar-related bug might cause data loss! Sony promises a fix will be ready within the next 24 hours.
Uh, wow. That PlayStation Network issue that struck late last night has officially ballooned into a full-on PlayStation disaster: Sony is now saying you shouldn't use "fat" PS3 models at all, since a clock-related bug might cause data loss. The PS3 slim isn't affected, however -- which explains some of the conflicting reports we heard last night.



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