This issue is now known as "Joy-Con drift." Nintendo eventually addressed this in July 2019 by allowing for free repairs without regard to warranty status* in North America.
Always start with the recalibration and firmware update since that's the fastest option. They also suggest updating the system software and removing any skins on the controller. If it ...
Download the PS3 system software from https://www.playstation.com/en-gb/get-help/ps3-system-software/
Make a folder called "PS3" on a FAT32 formatted USB drive.
Create a folder called "UPDATE" in the "PS3" folder.
Put the file "PS3UPDAT.PUP" in the "UPDATE" folder on the USB.
Plug the USB drive in to the PS3.
Hold the power button on the PS3 until the ...
As a hobby, I refurbish old Nintendo handhelds and I've even replaced (cough, multiple, cough) screens for my wife's cell phones over the years. I can't speak for the 2DS XL, but replacing internal components can range from "easy" to "killer, expert mode!" I joke a little, but it truly is amazing how complex some components sometimes fit together in ...
Really there is no simple answer. Especially without any error code to go from or anything like that.
A game crash can be anything from a corrupted file, to your system not having the right drivers.
What can you do?
Their support should be the first stop. They made you do what usually is the first step, to start from a fresh install.
Go see if you have ...
I also have this issue with Replays as well as games (all types); one second after the game begins (and looks fine) the screen goes black and the music and interactions continue but with no vision.
The issue revolves around my graphics card (NVidia GTX 1660 Ti) and the fact my laptop has two graphics drivers; an Intel default one and an Nvidia main one.