There is no longer a problem with the CSOS console system. Will it be the next PS3?
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The problem is with the PS4 CMOS battery on the device's motherboard and to keep track of the internal history used and the time, even when There is no power. If the battery is removed for replacement or just dies, the system will not be able to properly track the real-world calendar. This forces the PS4 to reconnect to the PSN to set the correct time - a common check that happens every time you try to play a digital or physical game. So what happens if you have an empty PS4 battery that isn't connected to the internet? At that time, the review could not be completed using PSN, which means that no game is running. In his video, MVG co-founder Demetris Jananakis conducted experiments to confirm the anomalies on Twitter, and the CMOS issue has already been fixed. To do this, he tried to start a digital version of God of War 2018 after removing the CMOS from the PS4 base, which had an older operating system and was disconnected from the Internet, but it failed. Then he upgraded the console to 9.00, then disconnected the internet before testing the game, and there is still a disc version of Shadow of the Colossus 2018 with the CMOS battery. Both games start and run without any issues, although Giannakis noted that his trophy information has been reset for God of War. CMOS battery correction. "src=" https://safirsoft.com/picsbody/2109/10648-1.jpg "alt=" https://safirsoft.com Sony's latest PS4 key repair software kill "srcset=" https://cdn.arstechnica.net/wp - content/ uploads / 2021/09 / 9.00-1280x682.png 2x "> Zoom / Correction Notes Sony's official OS for its latest update does not strangely mention a buggy system CMOS battery fix.
This is the first It's not uncommon for Ars to report In March, Sony announced its initial plans to close its online stores for PS3, PSP and Vita devices, and it was announced on social media that the launch of CMOS batteries, which have an average life of 10-20 years, Finally, a sudden outage of PSN service for the console destroyed all PS4 consoles, and the company changed the closure of PS3 and Vita stores in April after a backlash, and Jim Ryan, The president of Sony Interactive Entertainment, said in a statement, "It is clear that we made the wrong decision here."Read more Keep PlayStatio n Online Stores Open
Other console makers have their own ways of approaching older platform games. The Xbox Series X has a similar but different bug because some offline Xbox One-based titles require an online review to complete installation on the latest Microsoft hardware, something Microsoft hasn't dealt with yet. Similarly, the general list of backward compatible titles for the original Xbox One and Xbox lost a number of games. Meanwhile, Nintendo has a history of shutting down old interfaces and online services once they run out of hardware.
Although the official Sony notes for update 9.00 oddly don't mention a CMOS fix, it could indicate a change in attitude toward older PlayStation operating systems. Given the PS5's limited compatibility (so far) with PS4 titles, and if there aren't major changes to the PS Now PS game library, making a move to upgrade to an update that doesn't fix the CMOS issue on the PS3 is a welcome change. .
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