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Re: psp won't read games
If you can't read ISO/CSO Files, that either means that you didn't download correctly or that you didn't place them in the ISO folder of your memory stick. If you can't play UMD games and you have custom firmware, make sure "execute boot.bin" and plain modules" are disabled under the recovery menu. If you have official firmware, you can't play ISO/CSO games unless you have Devhook. If you have official firmware and you can't read UMD games, then it's probably your lens.
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If you dont have issues playing your usual psp games, you dont have to worry about the orange light. That is normal. It means that your PSP is saving the data to your memory stick.
Also make sure that your WLan switch is turned off ( that also causes a blinking orange light ).
However, if you are experiencing a flickering orange light and your screen remains black ( and you cannot play any games), it means that your PSP is having issues reading you memory card.
Remove the memory card and turn your PSP on without the memory card (it should turn on with no problems)
Now, slowly re-insert your Memory stick. (You may need to do this several times until your PSP recognizes your memory card)
If this still does not work, your Memory stick is busted or may be infected with a virus and therefore needs to be replaced.
Wishing you with positive results. All the best to you.
sounds like the laser is shot or possibly dirty, either way needs lookin at. so may need new laser. my own personal preference, go custom firmware and do away with using the laser, theres lots info on the web if interested.
Sorry if this is a bit negative but i have had this problem. if the case is cracked or damaged or split then it may not read i fixed it at home by glueing it back together but its best to see a proffessional. if the case is fine then sorry but im not sure how to help some cases for the psp and games can cause this damage but it will be visible