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  1. GreatWhiteBoy

    Sony Official PS3 Controller RESET

    I just recently bought a brand new Official Sony DualShock 3 Controller for my PS3. I am Gifting to a younger, and much to my dismay, I am able to watch the controller post on usb to mini via PS3 console, with all four lights 'flashing', and I am not having any luck, getting the controller to 'set' on one light as a default 1 or 2 controller. Essentially, it flashes all four at the beginning, and then after, it just sits there dead. Plug back into usb, same thing, flashes four, then nothingness. Tried, the standard reset, using a needle and held the reset button for at least 20 seconds. Still nothing.
  2. I am going to replace my Sempron 140 which is unlocked to Athlon II x2 4400e. But before removing it or replacing anything, do I need to reset the BIOS? Because I remember that unlocking increases voltages or something. I am a bit new to unlocking. I thought of this problem right after disassembling the whole thing. Bottomline: Do I need to reset the BIOS (because it unlocked the Sempron 140) before replacing a new processor? I have a BIostar A780L mobo.
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