Re: psp3002 when the disc inserted, it made a sound
Ok soyou psp made a funny sound when you were loading it up. hmmm i would say you might have a problem wit your disc reader. try other games and see if makes the same noise or doesn't make a noise it used to do like the high spinning revolutions the disc spins at. if it isnt moving then you need to get it fixed because your lense reader have probably shititself from things like smoke ashes or watrer or even heat.
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Look at the very bottom of your iPAQ. Screen should be facing up. To the far left of the charger port there is a small black circle. Use a ball point pen, or other small diameter object, and insert the tip into the black hole to firmly but gently "tap" the button that is inset in the hole. This should activate a hard reset. Do not touch or otherwise mess with any buttons while the reset is in progress. Depending on what is loaded on your iPAQ this could take a few minutes.
Not too unusual of an issue. Some people have reported that refrigerating the unit for a few minutes (yeah, I know...sounds strange) may help. I've had to return one N810 to Nokia for this issue, they told me that "it happens" and it would seem that it's not exactly a rare occurance.
The BlackBerry Device Software is corrupted. u need to reinstall the software.
Install the latest version of the BlackBerry Device Software on the BlackBerry smartphone.
The BlackBerry Desktop Manager will not detect the BlackBerry
smartphone in this state. To force the BlackBerry Desktop Manager to
detect the BlackBerry smartphone, run the Application loader tool. For
instructions on how to force the BlackBerry Desktop Manager to detect
the BLackBerry smartphone.
Perform following steps
BlackBerry Desktop Manager 4.5.0 and later
Remove the battery from the back of the BlackBerry smartphone.
Connect the BlackBerry smartphone to the computer using a USB cable.
In BlackBerry Desktop Manager, double-click Application Loader.
Click Start under the Update Software heading
The Device Password dialog will display. If the BlackBerry
smartphone has a password enabled, enter the password. If the
BlackBerry smartphone does not have a password, leave this field empty.
If prompted with a list of Available Updates, choose the latest software version by selecting the corresponding check box and then click Next.
Click the Settings button under the Device backup and restore options.
Make sure that the Back up device data automatically during the installation process check box is not selected.
Make sure that the Delete all application data and Erase all currently installed applications check boxes are both selected.
Click OK on the Settings dialog.
Insert the battery into the back of the BlackBerry smartphone.
In the Application Loader wizard, click Next to proceed with the loading process.
When the process is complete, the Application Loader wizard will display the following message: The loading operation was successful.
Insert the memory card, if applicable.
Close the Application Loader wizard.
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1 Insert your memory card into your computer's reader if you have one. If not, you can purchase a multi-format USB Memory Card reader from Amazon.com or Buy.com 2 Open up 'My Computer'. You should see it under the list of available drives. #3 Check its contents first to make sure that you have the right drive. 4 In 'My Computer', right-click on the drive and choose 'Format'. 5 Leave all the options as they are and click on 'Start'. This is a non-reversible process so make sure this is what you truly wanted to do in the first place. 6 Once the process is completed, take the memory card out and insert it into your Digital Camera or any other device. Try to browse to it to make sure it works fine now.
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Hi I recently had the same problem with my VP6200 and i opened it up back cover only 4 screws 2 at base & 1 each side 1 is behind small metal disc about 10mm diamater.
on opening it up i found the battery had expanded and was putting pressure on the hard disc.
i unplugged the battery connector only 1 way to refit.
and i made 3mm hole at top of battery foil to release pressure then i put pressure on foil to flatten again.
plugged in and presto it lives again.
I understand this problem has been around in pda's and laptops for some time now. Next i am looking for new battery. good luck. mikey
the only thing that you can do for this error message is to reload the operating system on the blackberry. You have to have the blackberry desktop manager installed on your computer first. Once the program is installed then perform the following
To run Application Loader on your computer, follow these steps:
Connect the handheld to the computer (insert the handheld in the cradle or connect directly by USB cable).
Verify that a pop-up window appears when the handheld is recognized.
Click ApplicationLoader if the pop-up window does not appear.
Click Update Now.
Note: (This option only appears if new device software is available).
Click Next to open the 'Handheld Application Selection' window.
Each application lists (along with its file size) with a check box and an 'Action' item.
Review the following information about items that appear in the 'Action' column:
Install: Appears when an application is not present on the handheld.
The application loads on the handheld.
Update: Appears when the application version on the handheld is older than the version available with the Application Loader tool.
The most recent version of the application loads on the handheld.
None: Appears when the application version on the handheld is the same as the version available with the Application Loader tool.
The application does not change on the handheld.
Downgrade: Appears when the application
version on the handheld is more recent than the version available with
the Application Loader tool.
The older version of the application loads on the handheld.
Remove: Appears when a check box is cleared beside an application and that application was already present on the handheld.
The application is removed from the handheld.
Note: For more information on a particular application, select the application, then click Details.
The handheld’s standard system software is also listed in the 'Handheld
Application Selection' window. The software must be loaded on the
handheld. The check box cannot be cleared.
Click Next.< been have selections all>
The 'Application Data Backup' window appears.
Verify that the first option is selected by default.
Note: This option automatically backs up handheld applications and data. Data restores after the handheld software reloads.
Yeah you guys bricked it. It happened when you upgraded and turned it off or something while in the process. Now you need someone to unbrick it or ship it in to Sony, or fix your self easiest buy tool/pandora converter tool. XD