Hi-my son's PSP keeps turning off during use. It will go back on but continues to turn off after a period of time. Any ideas what the problem could be and how to fix it? I sure wish I bought the extended warranty but could hardly afford the thing as it is!
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Hi, it is very possible that your psp is not recognizing your memory stick(had this happen a few times)just simply try plugging it back in. p.s if this does not work please go to my profile and email me.
its because the psp version where change that's why the psp stops working on games only psp version's with m33 can play download games and other might depend on your umd games...so i suggest that you downgrade your psp to the original version of the psp that you have so your son can play the games that he want. hope it helped.. send me a message for more concerns...ty
your son probably dropped his PSP at the time and the UMD drive broke or if your son says he didnt drop it you can get a cutip and softly clean your UMD reader the little bubble sorta in your PSP be carful while doing that
Remove the battery for 15 minutes, connect the AC Adapter and install the battery again. It that doesn't work, remove the battery again, wait 15 minutes, install it and plug the AC Adapter. It's a weird problem but in my PSP i get around that way.
bet you are playing on a slim, turn of the umd cache in system settings then the problem stops perhaps the game (driver 76) doesnt support the umd cache system using the extra ram in the psp slim
well it worked for me anyway
When you play a new game for the first time, the psp checks for the
firmware version of your psp. If a newer version is available, the disc
will require you to update your psp. If you do not update the game
cannot be played. If you update, you MUST charge the battery 1st. Then,
you must have the charge plugged in and allow the update to run
uninterrupted. If you remove the game or unplug the charger during the
update the bios chip will be ruined and you now have little more than a
"brick". When this happens, the unit completely locks up and has to be
replaced. Basically, it corrupts the operating system and there is no
ability to restore default settings as a back-up.