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    Contributor cheezitman2001's Avatar
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    Serious PS3 error occurred after switching to Rebug CFW

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    Hi,

    I have an 80GB BC PS3 that was running kmeaw 3.55 until a couple weeks ago. I installed the most recent Rebug to use ReactPSN, and everything was running fine. Then, last night, I wanted to spoof a higher firmware so I could play Chrono Cross. I downloaded the 4.0 spoofer and installed it, and then went into the Rebug Selector and hit L1+Circle, to enable Rebug Mode.

    Now the system displays "A Serious Error has occurred" on a red screen. I've turned it off and on a couple times, and every so often it will take longer for the error to occur, but I haven't been able to get past it.

    Is there anything I can do to get my system up and running again? I don't even care if I lose data or my CFW, I just want to be able to use the PS3 again.

    Thanks.

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    Senior Member cfwprophet's Avatar
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    Start the Rescue Menu and try to install OFW from the System Update option.

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    Senior Member mushy409's Avatar
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    Try reflashing your console back to 3.55 OFW - then install Rebug again over the OFW. Give that a try and let me know how you get on buddy!

    Damn CFWprophet! Just beat me on that post!

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    You need to update to 3.55.6 Rebug - There's a conflict when ReactPSN is installed, whilst trying to use a spoof.

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    Contributor cheezitman2001's Avatar
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    The Rescue menu worked like a charm. Thanks, everyone.

 

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