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Dust is an electronics killer and the PS3 is no different.The first thing to try would be just taking your PS3 outside and blowing some compressed air through the bottom vents and around the PS3.The drives only last on average 1-3 years with average use, sometimes less.MAJORITY of you with this problem will unfortunately have to replace the blu-ray laser in order to get your machine back in working order. Lots of people think they're super sensitive, they're not.I've NEVER seen a PS3 laser come back to life after either one of these operations, but that's not to say you'll be the first.It won't harm the system and Sony suggests it so you might as well try.All you need to do at this point is a quick scrub of the laser with a q-tip with some cleaning solvent (cd /dvd cleaner or distilled water or even windex) DO NOT USE nail polish / acetone. Now when that doesn't work now's the time to go ahead and order a replacement drive. If you've got a shiny silver bottom on the bottom of your blu-ray drive then you've got the KES-410A. NOTHING besides playing your discs correctly will change. The very first thing you should try is a manual display reset.
If you're experience this problem I highly recommend you get your unit repaired through Sony and not trying to repair it yourself.If that didn't work you can try using some of the tips from a PS3 user named Kaivarri.It can be found here: Yellow Light of Death Fixes Most of his suggestions are great, but unfortunately for most of you, they won't fix the problem because it's a defect similar to the Xbox RROD problem.Afterwards a firmware update is probably a good idea once you've given the PS3 a thorough testing.If keep getting a drive corrupted message or the PS3 keeps looping you into the same process there's a strong possibility your hard drive is failing.