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Very slow interface but no such problen when paying a game

After turning on my psp, the interface is very slow. it takes minutes just to transfer from one function to another and to load a game. but when the game is loaded, the game does not show the same slowness.

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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.

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Do a Restore Default Settings and try.... also check the M33 Vsh menu values..(press SELECT button to pop up the VSH Menu) it should be like this. if any changes to change it to the default values which is shown in the picture.

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