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To download free games, you need to go to internet and search for psp website that offers free psp games and can be downloaded directly or using torrent downloader software. Use a computer to download psp games and copy it your memory card to start playing psp games but your need CFW updater to be able to play psp games.
Apparently there have been many reports of this. According to a few techs that I have talked to these games must be played at least once every two months or so or they will cease to function properly. I have been told that they are much like a rechargeable battery,and with use they will work...if not used...well...
I talked to another fella that claims to be a pro at Atari games...he says to roll up some paper and wedge it in between the game and console so it fits tightly.
Guess it wouldn't hurt to try huh?
I'll keep researching this in the meantime for you.
You'll need to open the cabinet and locate the game board to make this change (be sure to turn the machine off first, and it's a good idea to use some sort of anti static device on yourself before handling game boards). Inspect the game board and you should notice a bank of tiny switches (these are called dip switches). If your game is in Free Play mode, switches #1 and #2 are both "On". Here's how you can change it:
Switch 1 Switch 2 Mode ------------ ------------- ---------- Off On 1 Coin - 1 Play On Off 1 Coin - 2 Plays Off Off 2 Coins - 1 Play On On Free Play
The internal battery in your game cartridge is probably long since given up the ghost. Due to this, your saved games are lost because there is no trickle of power for the memory. You can replace this battery, though, so not to worry. Open the cartridge and you'll find a small battery similar to one found in a watch. You can find a replacement at Radio Shack or similar places. You will need a soldering iron and few hand tools to accomplish this task.