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#1 Full-Throttle
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Alright I know this has been discussed, but I am unaware if there is a solution yet.

I just brought my system over to my friends house to test out his 1080P. And I now brought it back to my house and I forgot to turn it back to 1080I or 780P and now I can't switch it. Do I have to go back to his house or is there any way of fixing this?

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#3 babystapler
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First off don't power it on with the controller. You have to power on with the button on the PS3 and hold it down for about 10 seconds (until it beeps a second time). It will auto-detect the connection so it will display. After that, just go to display settings and tell the PS3 what resolutions your TV supports and you'll be back to normal.
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#4 knockouts72
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Babystapler is correct an buy the way pick up a 1080 when you get the chance you will never go back to the regular tv.