Error with my PS3 PSN

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I was trying to reset my PSN account password on my PS3. When I typed in my account details, an error came up saying, “your password is no longer valid”. Then I hit ok; then another message comes up saying, “server error has occurred”.

I searched around for another way, to reset my password so I hit “forgot password”. I filled up the required stuff and sent it. But another message comes out saying, “An error has occurred (800232156)”.
 
Does anybody know an alternative to resetting my password?
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Answered By 0 points N/A #83133

Error with my PS3 PSN

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According to Sony, routine maintenance may be the cause. However. I researched on other sites and most of them are blaming the intruders. But you just do one thing, Turn your PS3 off to stand by and hard boot you PS3.

This thing will shut down the modem and after a wait of 10 to 15 minutes, restart the modem (in sync) as well as router if you're using one.

Reconnect power cable.

This is how you can make a new network connection and your problem will automatically be solved. As I told you earlier, this is caused because of the maintenance of PSN network.

Here is the website link, where you can read all details regarding maintenance of PSN network.

Hope this will help you.

Regards.

Answered By 0 points N/A #83134

Error with my PS3 PSN

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You will need to check the internet connection speed, because it is too slow it may be causing website that you are trying to access to load partially, and therefore the details that you submit do not reach the remote host and thus resulting to the error that you are getting. Check the settings in your browser and see that they are well configured and thus not hindering connection to the internet.

You will also need to restart the computer to refresh the network and the internet connection settings in case the computer is idle. In case the problem persists, you may need to contact customer support for PSN and let them help you fix it, for they should be knowing better.

Clair Charles

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