Ps3 updating database
Connect to the database as directory in the Oracle Common home by the Product or Patch Set Installer (see Section 3.3.1, "About the Installer Used for Patching").
If one option works, do not continue onto the other options. hey I done everything and then it syas plug controller in with a usb then I do dat. I got a ps3 like a year ago its an 80gb and I play my old ps2 games sometimes but my fav ps2 game don work like it loads a lttle then stops. I did this for the first time in over 4 years, so long over due. Now turn it on again but this time it will be a little different. This is a good thing to do from time to time to keep your PS3 running smoothly and happy. If you release it to late it will just turn off again. This kind of fits here and kind of doesn't quite fit here.I've updated the old databases that started as Code Unique that eventually just became Net Cheat and PS3EMPM format and it is now Artemis Format which is identical to Netcheat with the exception of the [Z][/Z] thing I was using that Net Cheat doesn't have.I threw all previous versions in with it because games and updates somehow randomly vanish and I can't figure out how.
Confirm that the storage media is connected to Play Station 3 system, and retry the update process as instructed above.
Restore Default Settings Restore File System Rebuild Data Base Restore PS3 System etc... Then it says Restore Default Settings Restore File System Rebuild Data Base Restore PS3 System I click on resore defualt settings and then yes and the screen goes black wat do I do? it pisses me of cause I just but a new copy of it and it still don work.
The Patch Set Assistant is used in patch set releases only to update the database schemas of Oracle Fusion Middleware components.
To check this, perform the following SQL command: " column is 220.127.116.11.0 or greater, then the schema is supported for upgrade.
If you are using an Oracle database, you should recompile database objects before running the Patch Set Assistant to check for invalid objects before the upgrade.
Continue to hold the power button and after about 5 seconds, you will hear a second beep, indicating the video reset.