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First off, you have to be in an internet hotspot and your PsP WLAN switch should be turned on ( slide the switch at the left side of the psp upwards). A hotspot means that the area has internet signals that your wireless device can pick-up. If you are at home, make sure that your wireless router is functional.
Now, the steps :
-Go to the Main Menu of your PSP. -Go to Settings. -Scroll down to Network Settings (press the X button) -Select Infrastructure Mode. -Select New Connection and assign a name to the connection, then go to the next menu by pushing the Right Directional Key -Select the Scan, you should now an access point -Select an access point ( if you see multiple access points, select the strongest network with the Security setting of "None") -Confirm your security setting from the different choices. "DEFAULT" is just about always the correct choice. Push the ">" button again and again until you reach "DEFAULT" -Skip past the Address Settings by clicking the right directional button ">". You should now see a confirmation screen, just click ">". - Press X to save your sttings - Go to TEST CONNECTION and then press X (You should now be connected to the internet at this point.) - Press HOME but this time use the ">" button to move all the way to the right, then "V" to go down to INTERNET BROWSERThere you go. Enjoy surfing. Wishing for you to get the best results. All the best to you.
To reset password go to settings select system settings then restore default settings.
After doing this your P.S.P will reboot and to change your password click on change password then a screen will appear asking your old password.your old password will be 0000.Now type the new password.
It means that there is a problem with the flex that controls the select button. I would suggest open it (if you can) and see if it's dirty or folded. If this is a PSP slim then the flex is most likely the problem
the control chip under the button isnt making contact with the plastic button,, easy fix, take the cover off the psp clean the buttons with a pencil eraser and put the cover back on (without screwing it down) check for contact,,,,if it works then screw it back together if it doesnt then pop the cover off and put a small piece of tape on the select button its self to make up for the slack). Hope this helps you out..it worked for me!
Turn your psp off then turn it back on while pressing the R button to put it into recovery mode then go down to CPU setting and change CPU Xmb speed to default and also have Game CPU speed at default Exit and boot up psp and everthing should work
Ok...this sounds crazy but it happened to one of my PSPs. I updated the firmware on my system and the menu started stalling and taking a long time to respond. I shut the PSP all the way down....holding the power button until the light shuts off (about 4 or 5 seconds)...Hold the R button and power the system on again (you should be in recovery mode)...go to CPU speed and make sure it is either set at "Default" or "222"....I belive 222 is the default setting....also make sure the UMD is also set at "Default" or 222....if you're going to use the UMD.