3 beeps and no red light

#1sweet toothPosted 11/15/2013 11:08:31 PM
Does anyone know what it means when your PS4 beeps three times? I had my PS4 on standby and it started beeping 3 times are irregular intervals. I booted it up and the beeping continued. The light has stayed white so far though and hasn't turned red yet.

I also had issues with the PS4 right after I updated the firmware. I got the pulsing blue light and no signal. I pulled the power a few times and it booted up in recovery mode and let me reinitialize the console.
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#2BLAZE_92XPosted 11/15/2013 11:09:44 PM
sweet tooth posted...
Does anyone know what it means when your PS4 beeps three times? I had my PS4 on standby and it started beeping 3 times are irregular intervals. I booted it up and the beeping continued. The light has stayed white so far though and hasn't turned red yet.

I also had issues with the PS4 right after I updated the firmware. I got the pulsing blue light and no signal. I pulled the power a few times and it booted up in recovery mode and let me reinitialize the console.


You're kidding right?
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#3ScaryLlamaPosted 11/15/2013 11:09:46 PM
You............pulled the plug during the firmware update?

I just.........why?
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#4sweet tooth(Topic Creator)Posted 11/15/2013 11:14:04 PM
I didn't pull the power during the firmware update. The console rebooted and I never got signal, just the pulsing blue light.I left it running for 15 minutes just in case it was still updating but the screen stayed black. There was also no response from me pressing the power button.
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#5PringerXPosted 11/17/2013 1:44:08 PM
I've been wondering this myself. I actually had my PS4 make those three beeps while it was shut down, so not even on stand by. I went to pick it up so I could move it slightly back. I had absolutely no problems, just wonder what those beeps were supposed to mean.
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#6Krazoa2Posted 11/17/2013 1:52:32 PM
My NES system still works great. I might have to blow into the cartridge first, you know to get the dust out, then push it to the side a little inside the system. Then maybe I'll have to try the power 3 different times, but it always works with no more effort than that. Then I get to keep playing my game all the way through until I'm done playing or want to play another game. It has a few very minor problems, but it's worked wonderfully for over 20 years, so I can't complain. It's great! =D

So how're you guys' consoles doi-oh.....oh.......
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