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Is the PSP an older model? If so, its processor could be having trouble with the newer games. If this is an internet related problem, It is due to the fact the PSP has poor WIFI in the older models. Also for internet related problems, make sure that your PSP is connected to your Wireless Router rather than a PS3 system's internet because that can also cause the WIFI on the PSP to run slower.
Internet Connection could simply be poor. Check your Wireless Router. Hope this helps.
The different models basically tell the region numbers. Region meaning Hong Kong, NA, Japan, Europe...Australia and so forth. But remember the ending number determines region.The only difference is the firmware version.
1003 is Europe , American PSP's are PSP1001 , Japanese PSP's are PSP1000
To connect your PSP to the Internet, you must manually configure the WiFi settings for your device. The PSP will not automatically search for and connect to available wireless
Turn on your PSP by moving the power button on the right-hand side of the console in an upward motion. Under the console's main screen, go to the "Settings" icon. This is the first icon listed and is farthest to the left. From the drop-down menu, choose the "Network Settings" option at the end of the list.
Select "Infrastructure Mode" and press the "X" button. Select the "New Connection" option to add a wireless connection to your PSP. Choose the "Scan" option to instruct your PSP to search for accessible wireless connections in your area.
Select a wireless connection from the connections your PSP is able to access. Confirm the name of the network and press the right arrow button. Confirm the security encryption settings for the connection. In most cases, the PSP will determine the network's encryption automatically. Enter the wireless connection's password if the network is secured.
Name your new wireless connection so that you will be able to identify it in the future and save your settings. Run a test connection to ensure you are able to connect to the Internet through the wireless network.
Press your PSP's "Home" button at the bottom left-hand side of the console. Move your cursor to the right to find the "Network" icon. Select the "Internet Browser" option from the drop-down menu. Press the up directional arrow and press "X" to enter a web address into the browser. Once you enter a web address, your PSP will automatically connect to the Internet using the WiFi connection you set up previously.
Yes you do. A wireless router takes the internet that is sent by your cable or dsl model and broadcasts it wirelessly within a range. The image below is a little clearer that words. The PSP does not have a plug for you to plug in your cable modem into -- but it does have a wireless card built into it [wifi]. So you need the wireless router to broadcast the internet to it:
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Take out the UMD disc from the back of the PSP if one is inserted.
Take out your memory card from the memory card reader if one is inserted.
Turn on your PSP.
Go to the "Settings" tab in the Cross Media Bar and select "System Settings."
Select "Restore Default Settings" and confirm that you wish to restore all settings to the factory defaults.
Restart your PSP.
Try connecting to the Internet again. If you still get the 80410A0b error, try connecting to another network. If you successfully establish a connection to another network, your router is at fault. If you cannot connect to the second network, your PSP's Wi-Fi card could be damaged and may need repairs.
Tips & Warnings
Ensure that you are entering the Wi-Fi SSID and password correctly on the PSP.
You can contact PlayStation Support (see Resources) to start a repair order if you PSP's Wi-Fi card is faulty.
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you have to go to a coffee shop or something to download internet connection. if you want to go to infracture mode on your psp you can scan internet connections or pick it up from your niebors or something.if you have wireless internet hooked up at your house you can scan and use your own.
To connect to the internet on your PSP, you need a Wireless Router or Wireless Access Point. Once you have a wireless one, you should know the name of your router. That's what an SSID (Service Set Identifier) is. Once you know this information you should be able to find your router on your PSP. Once you do you should have a password on your router so no one you don't know can use your internet. When adding a connection on your PSP you will also need to enter the password for your router. You can use WEP, WPA-PSK (TKIP) or WPA-PSK (AES). WPA-PSK (TKIP) or WPA-PSK (AES) have very high security and WEP has a lower security. Once you have added your connection, just type an address and surf! Not all websites will load because some require too much memory.
Assuming you have Official SONY PSP Firmware, Update to the latest version by going to Settings>Network Update. Locate your router and use it as the network connection. Download the needed files and update by going to Game>Memory Stick>PSP Update.
Once you finish Update, go to Network>Internet Radio>About Internet radio. It will take you to a website to download the files needed and will install to your Memory Stick.
To put music on your Memory Stick, the Music must be MP3, AAC, M4A or WMA format. Open your memory stick on your computer by pluggin in a USB cable to your PSP and going to Network>USB Connection or you can put the memory stick in a card reader. Once in the root of your memory stick, there should be a folder called "Music". Put your music in there or in one more folder inside that. Two folders inside of each other will not be playable.
Place videos in the "Video" folder on the root of your memory stick. Videos need to be MP4 format. 368X208 Highest MPEG4 Codec, or 480X272 x264 or AVC codec.
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find your wep code on your wireless router, enter them on to your PSP just as they are on the label... letters and numbers exactly as they are on the label dont mix the letters with the numbers... O is a letter. 0 is a number.