If you're reading this page, chance is that you've been googling for this issue: When you turn on your PS3 slim, it runs for a few seconds, and then the fan stops, and the power LED keeps flashing. You may also get an additional issue like the PS3 crashing immediately while playing a specific game, and then the power LED just keeps flashing nonstop.
Tuesday, December 8, 2020
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Every modern motherboard, whether it's desktop or laptop, has something called a NIC (Network Interface Controller). This piece of hardware lets you connect to the Internet, usually with an Ethernet cable. Being an average consumer, I never cared much about this until recently, when a sysadmin I know mentioned the topic. To my surprise, my biggest issue with my LAN setup apparently came from the NIC of my motherboard: a Killer E2200. After a while, I decided to grab an Intel network card and the problem that I have been getting for a year was solved in a way I never imagined. Here's how it went: