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Cannot connect psp slim into the internet

I have router at home and when im scanning for my router there is a message saying "An internal error has occurred. (00000001)......plz help

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Its a Common Problem found in FIrmware verison 3.7x... Please update your psp to the latest version .. and it will be fine

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You may notice that sometimes connecting your PSP to your network seems like a hard thing to do. But if you're aware of the basic configuration you can say that it's not a complicated thing. If your experiencing hard time connecting to the internet please make sure to check on the error. Based on what you have mentioned it says that you need to check the security setting. You may try following the steps below for the basic configuration on how to connect your PSP to your router.
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g. Navigate to "Address Settings". Select "Easy"

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