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MY PSP NETWORK CONNECTION WHEN I SCAN FOR A CONNECT IT SAYS (80410A0B) AN INTERNAL ERROR HAS OCCURRED

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  • Anonymous Dec 07, 2008

    My Wi-fi is named linksys when i pressed scan i get this:A conection error has occurred. The WLAN Switch is not turned on. Why????

  • Anonymous Dec 16, 2008

    I HAVE THE SAME ERROR MESSAGE COME UP, NEED URGENT ASSISTANCE

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Your wlan is what connects you to the internet turn it on and your problem should be fixed

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So you're having with connection on your PSP?

Try this:
1. When you're start pressing scan button, immediately turn off your PSP.
2. Then turn it on.
3. It will say you're disconnected from the network.
4. It's OK, just tray to scan the network again.
5. If this fail, do it while charging and connect the charger on the step one only.

Hope this will help! Feel free to ask me if there's any questions =]

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