Contribution d'origine par : Brett ,
What I am to suggest is a risky way, and most likely not recommended! I researched several things online to find out how I could fix this issue. From what I read, the most common solution was to "reflow" the motherboard. Since I am in Africa, with no warranty and any other options, I decided to go with the most extreme suggestion. To cook my motherboard. Once again, do this as a desperate measure and assume that it will not work. Striping your PS3 all the way down to the motherboard, you need to make sure you remove everything that is not completely built into the motherboard, to include the battery and extra thermal paste. After that, place it on a tinfoil pan into a preheated oven at 425 Degrees Fahrenheit for 10 minutes. After the 10 minutes, remove it and let it cool for 30 minutes. Reassemble the entire console and ensure you place new thermal paste on it. Then cross your fingers and try it out. I was successful, as well as many others. But there have also been some with horror stories from others that melted some items. Before doing this jump on youtube and check out some videos like this. It is VERY risky, but it worked for me.