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If the games are on UMD's you might want to e-mail Sony about that. For the most part, older games will have issues starting, and if they are ISO's I am not sure. You might have to wipe the memory card and try again. Good luck.
Try scraping off any excess "gunk" between the battery and the terminal. if theres not any, good. Try to find a friend who has another PSP and plug in his battery, if this works, follow solution 2. If not, read solution 1.
Solution 1: If your PSP was being updated and turned off, this is a BAD THING. From personal experience, you have fried your PSP. Ive attempted to fix this problem and the only way to do so is if its still under warranty.
Solution 2: Your Charger or Battery is broken. Please attempt to drain your friends battery, then use your charger to attempt and recharge. if it does, the battery is dead. if it doesnt, you need a new charger.
try turning it on with only the carger no battery and see if in turns on! if it does thay means you need to make a magicstick which will llet you turn on ur psp with a pandora battery...
http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/688507 this will help you unbrick it if thats what you did or will let you make a magicstick by intsalling the file via psp pandora deluxe. you will see pandora support in more options menu. you should be to install the files if you still can access the usb connect
you may have updated your psp to a original firmware not a custom firmware. my advice would be to if you have a pandoras battery to use the recovery menu (turn your psp off completely and then turn it on holding the L trigger) to downgrade back to custom firmware.
you will need to buy a pandora battery and memory stick because turning the psp half way through a update it will brick the psp meaning that nothing happens so once got the pandora place mem stick into psp and hold L trigger then put battery into psp and the orange light will flash then release the L trigger then in the menu you will be able to put it back to 1.50 firmware