Question about Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console
I've had my PSP since December 20. of 2008, so it's brand new, bought it from Wal-Mart. I have been playing games on it for awhile and now they won't work whatsoever. The disc doesn't even make a noise when I put it in, so it seems like it cannot detect that the UMD is in there. So I was wondering if there was a solution, or if I have to exchange this back in due to warranty and obtain a new one?
I think a friend of mine had a similar problem. I heard there was a little magnetic plate (which serves for reading the UMD), that has fallen off the system. It might not be your problem though. Try with the warranty.
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Can you run other UMD's and it read them? If so you need to possibly clean the Original UMD. If your not able to read any UmDs, or it will see the UMD and not load it up and run the UMD, you will need a new UMD drive. I can replace your UMD drive for $45 including return shipping. Contact me at Repairtech@playstationclinic.com. I run the website www.playstationclinic.com
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