on 25-01-2010 02:37 AM
After Installing playtv I have noticed my games now take significantly longer to load, I have done a quick search to see if any one has discussed this issue and not found anything, does any one else have this isssue, is there there a fix for it at all?
on 28-01-2010 05:03 AM
The PlayTV and PS3 are over commited, it is not possible to watch live TV with a buffer running whilst recording another channel. the recording gets choppy as hell!
so the best way to operate play TV is with hte live buffer off.
now as for your issue the only thing PlayTV could be doing is the background recording. try turning off the background recording so you can test the load up time. if it is still slow then its not PlayTV more so just a coincidence that happened at the same time.
on 04-03-2011 08:35 PM
I've had tons of problems with f/w 2.02 and they've just gone worse with 2.03. Now my ps3 is slower than a snail to load anything, either from an optical disk or the hdd. But when something gets finally loaded, it works fine.
I'm speaking 3-6mn to start playing a video DVD, 2-3mn to load a downloaded game, etc. And then when I turn the console off (from either the joypad or the BD remote) I get three beeps before extinction, meaning something's stuck in the ps3 internal memory.
I've already uninstalled PlayTV, restored my profile, the system file and the database with no improvement. It seems to have messed up the OS completely.
This said, downloading files, installing games or restoring system files complete in normal duration. It's just the applications that take forever to load.
Thanks for any insights from the Sony techs.
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