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How long does this take? Only 2 – 5 minutes. It’s a good thing to do if your having any issues with your PS3. Say for example your blu-ray drive having issues, trophy syncing, performance issues, etc. If your PS3 ever shut off due to a power outage or shut off due to a buggy game. This would be a wise thing to do. Basically what it’s doing is checking the PS3′s OS (operating system) for any corrupted files and restoring them if needed.
Just a word of caution, at the end of the 30 day trail for Music Unlimited, your credit card will be automatically billed $9.99. Us Canadians don’t have to worry about this because the service hasn’t launched here, and if the delayed release of the video store is any indication of things to come, we should be getting Music Unlimited in 2013. Anyway, here’s how you can cancel the automatic renewal without canceling your trial:
It’s easy to change, and you can do it from your web browser. Head over to the Music Unlimited website and sign in. Click on “Account,” and then find and click on the “Media” tab. Browse your downloads until you find “Music Unlimited.” Click on the service, and then expand the top drop down. Finally, click “Cancel Automatic Renewal.” And that’s it, Sony won’t take $9.99 out of your pocket unless you want them to.
This does not delete game saves. Another question I get is how long does it take. Only about 2 – 5 minutes. For more FAQ’s check the bottom of this post. This is a good thing to do from time to time to keep your PS3 running smoothly and happy. I did this for the first time in over 4 years, so long over due. Earlier this week I was trying to watch some videos off the internal hard drive and it was lagging and sound came in and out for some reason.
So I thought I’d try to rebuild the ps3 database to see if it would fix it. It was perfect after that. So if you have other slow down, a weird glitch or maybe your trophies take a while to sync this would be wise to do. Check out the FAQ section at the bottom if you have any questions.
As you know, I’ve been a Smackdown game fan since they first came out. Although I’m not into wrestling as much now as I was when I was a kid, I still enjoy these games. Over the past few years, the games allowed for you to use custom soundtracks for the wrestlers, which is a neat feature (and on PS3, works better since you don’t have to create playlists or anything).
With this year’s giving you the ability to download created superstars, with editing options (finally), the use of custom soundtracks and theme music is definitely more rampant. The only downside is that, more often than not (and likely on any other game that supports custom soundtracks and no way to adjust volume), the music is far too loud and drowns out the game’s audio (even if the in-game audio is maxed out on the volume). With no way to adjust it in-game, we have to manually do so. Luckily, I have a solution to that problem.
I thought I’d start doing a PSN/PS3 “Tips and Tricks” post every week until I run out of things to talk about. I have some good posts planned, but welcome any ideas you all might have. Special thanks to Jay for creating the banner!!
First up, I wanted to show everyone how to enter PSN Codes using their PC. This would be for a PlayStation®Network Card number or a promotion code for beta codes, character skins, etc. This really comes in handy with the Twitter or Website giveaways when they list a bunch of codes and you have to be the first to grab it.
PSN account management over the world wide web has been available for a long time now, however PlayStation does not make it easy to find. Searching for it doesn’t work, and even going directly to the PSN store website doesn’t give you the option to find it.
So here’s how:
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