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unlikely i think, more likely that the motherboard or summit under the hood has a fault, did you mean running slow on the menu screen or when running a game? if its when running a game it prob the motor or the laser or both.thay can be replaced or cleaned or better yet go custom firmware and do away with using the laser.lol. hope that helps.
is the silver part of the psp's umd disk at all scratched? if it is dismantling the umd and cleaning it will often help fx this problem..after you have dismantled and cleaned the umd can be repaired with a small amount of sellotape .
if that didnt help then there is possibley a problem with the umd having been erased by a mgnet or your psp's laser having died or be in need of cleaning
My guess is you used a regular Q-tip to clean the laser lens and it left cotton hairs on the lens. I like to use the foam swabs. You can press the little swtich sticking up inside the UMD compartment. It is on the left and back about 1 inch. When you press it you should see your Laser light up and the spindle spin. This will tell you if the laser and spindlge work. You can physically move to Laser over to the right a few clicks and put the UMD back in it and look to see if the laser moves left and right. if it still does light up, spin the spindle and move left and right, then it probably will need its lens cleaned.