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maybe your game format is CSO... CSO is a compressed file... which means a bigger time to load for the psp from the memory stick...use ISO.. but note that when using ISO the file is bigger than CSO and may be even bigger than its expected size
If your PSP isn't reading
games and/or movies and the problem isn't that your trying to play
dirty, bent, or damaged UMD discs there are a number of other reasons
your PSP is not reading disks correctly = - Your UMD motor may be malfunctioning.
- Your laser may have worn down from use over time.
- Your UMD drive tray may be bent.
- There may be a foreign object in your UMD drive
* disks fail to load
* extremely slow loading
* strange whirring noise when trying to read disks
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This happens when you have a dirty psp game loaded, perhaps it needs cleaning? It can also happen if somehow the system files have become corrupted, if this is the case you must reinstall the PSP software or try updating it by connecting to the internet with your psp and going to the update function.
you,ve damaged the UMD Drive, or Laser.
hence disk read errors.
you,ll have to obtain a replacement UMD Drive ( e-bay )
Or alternatively you could look into firmware flashing and pandoras Battery.
This way you can play games from a memory stick.
Mike @ Compurepair.
Are you running with custom firmware like M33 or HX?
If so, you can switch your psp off (not stand by), and hold R trigger when you switch it on, it should bring you to the recovery menu, where you can setup your XMB cpu speed and Game cpu speed, both set to default will be fine.
Cpu speed is low.. you can reset your psp under "recovery menu" >> CPU SPEED >> then press cross(X) a few time to set it as "DEFAULT" after Done, select back then exit. you'll reboot on XMB. Pls post back should you need additional information. Hopefully this helps. Here's, at my blog http://e-arena.blogspot.com some great articles for unbricker/reflashing your PSP. ^_^.
I started to have this problem with the games that I play all the time. What I noticed is that the game starts to sink into the case. I got mine to play by first, pushing on the reading side of the disk. Later, I had to take the plastic front piece off that has the UMD label. You have to be careful because the actual UMD disk can come out after that. You also have to be careful because you don't want to crack the whit case that holds the UMD. I hope that this helps.