Question about Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console
My psp Works Fine , but as i said in Summery It will not play anygames, I was told this Psp was left in the rain one day , But it turns on Plays Music, And i can go on the internet i can do everying on the screen , but it will not play any games that are on the psp , or read discs, it just stays in one place when i put a disc in , meaning i am still on the main screen and i tried turning off my psp and turning it back on with the game inside but i get the same result. Please help , I'm am clue less as of now , and my last resort will be to open it , but i'm not going to do that untill there is no other choice!
When you put the game in, there is a latch inside the back of the psp where you insert the game, at the bottom the psp, that when you put the game in, it tells the psp that a game has been inserted and to load the game. When you put the game in, look and see if you see a silver latch that the game should push. If you see it, make sure the game is pushing down on it when inserted. If it is not there, or it still does not work, you will need to get it serviced at a game store or at a shop.
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
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