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  Reply # 303615 2-Mar-2010 12:11
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i wonder how would they fix it without internet access! ok, so usb drive, but what if you didnt have internet at home (well, we do live in New Zealand you know, not everybody has internet!)

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  Reply # 303616 2-Mar-2010 12:14
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the funny thing is i can still browse the internet on mine, so it does have internet access but it cant access the psn




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  Reply # 303617 2-Mar-2010 12:14
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maybe they will give out a link to follow




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  Reply # 303635 2-Mar-2010 12:39
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Why would it be the same on the 360? It's just as likely to occur on the 360 as it would on your home PC.

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  Reply # 303650 2-Mar-2010 13:16
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Issue appears to be resolved. Can't confirm on mine since I'm at work... but apparently switch off (at wall) switch on and you should be able to connect to PSN.

If your date/ time is out, go to date/time settings and sync.




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  Reply # 303660 2-Mar-2010 13:30
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mine works without trying anything , sony was hoping that they would all correct themselves when it hit 4.00pm pacific time and it looks like it worked . i bet Sony is breathing a sigh of relief it did.




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  Reply # 303682 2-Mar-2010 14:41
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Wow, unbelievable. Same as Vexxxboy, did nothing and it's all go.

Had date 29/4 but did time sync via internet and correct time, date came up.

Logged onto PSN fine, ran 1 download game and seems to be going good.

I think next year I'll set wrong time on it and unplug from wall near end of Feb.

I did turn it off at wall yesterday, but that didn't fix it.

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  Reply # 303684 2-Mar-2010 14:48
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I don't think it will necessarily happen next year, it didn't have a problem last year or the year before after all? I hope Sony tells us what the issue was.

For me, the only fall out is that all my manual recordings from PlayTV have been ruined. I had set up weekly recordings and since the date got changed to some time in the future, they have generated error reports for all of the 20+ weeks they were scheduled for! It's not quick to go through and delete the errors and reschedule the recordings! Bugger!

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  Reply # 303686 2-Mar-2010 14:56
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Best comment I've seen about this so far, from Twitter:

@akira_suz:
2008: Sony removes PS2 compatibility from PS3;
2009: Sony removes UMD compatibility from PSP;
2010: Sony removes PS3 compatibility from PS3




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