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It could be that it is a pre-owned game, I have had problems with pre-owned games, and have bought a new game that has not been used.
Also I have just recently bought that game and had to do and update to the xbox 360 when trying to play that game, you should have got a message to update the system when trying to start the game.
If you have bought them pre-owned sometimes the have been tampered with and you will need to buy the game again. If it is new then I would go and check with the retailer you bought it from that you don't have anyway of returning it.
Hi, Have you tried re-syncing them? I had problems with one of my remotes and was going to get a new one, but then after a few attempts, it re-synced and worked fine. Alternative (though not very honest answer) would be to buy a pre owned one from game/gamestation, take it home, swap it with yours, take it back claiming it didn;t work and then get a 2nd new one free! Hope one of these helps.
..bring it back to 'Gamestop' & tell them truthfully that the PSP you bought doesn't play UMDs.
.. maybe there're problem's with the UMDs? Are they pre-owned?
If the PSP is brand new when you bought it, you can claim for FREE repairs, or perhaps a replacement from SONY! Mostly warrantys are just 1yr period, so you better 'do what you have to do' before Christmas!
When you insert a UMD into the PSP, then what happens? What appears on the screen?
- Do you hear the UMD drive spinning for quite awhile, but not loading up under the Game column?