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Sony zieht PS3-Software-Update zurück

Sony zieht PS3-Software-Update zurück
Thaddeus Herrmann
Thaddeus Herrmann|July 3, 2008 6:19 AM


Wir hatten gestern bereits darüber berichtet. Das Software-Update für die PS3 hat bei vielen Usern nach der Installation zu großen Problemen geführt und einige Konsolen offenbar komplett eingefroren. Jetzt hat Sony reagiert und die Software vom Server genommen, Statement inklusive:

As has been reported on many gaming blogs and websites, we have temporarily taken Firmware v2.40 offline. We've received a limited number of calls from consumers experiencing an issue with installing the system software update on their PS3. While our consumer services department has seen a low volume of calls on this topic, we are committed to providing the PS3 community with XMB access features delivered in the v2.40 update. We are working diligently to isolate the problem for those few consumers and to identify a solution before we put the firmware back up.

    An alle early adopter: Habt ihr das Update installiert? Wie ist es für euch gelaufen?
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