Question about Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Slim (PSP-2000) Console
It was in an update then i thought about it so i took out the baterries and when i put it back and turned it on i saw the green light but the screen is still blank
Unfortunately, you were very stupid in doing what you did! You have "Bricked" your PSP. When it is updating, it is messing with the built in flash memory in the PSP. Normally it is OK, because it is designed to do it, but you stopped it Half-way through, so some important files are missing, and the rest are mixed between two, different firmwares. To fix it you need to "Un-brick" it. This Process is the same as the one for Installing Custom Firmware. You need to buy a Pandora's Battery kit. This kit is a memory stick and a Pandora's battery. The battery makes the PSP boot from the memory stick, which allows you to delete the internal flash memory, and then install the Firmware again. "Datel" are the best people to get the Battery from, and you can choose where to get the (Pandora) memory stick from. You can make both of them, but I wouldn't recommend making the battery, because it is quite risky and could damage your PSP. This is a good one "http://www.amazon.co.uk/Pandora-Battery-PRE-CONFIGURED-DUMMIES-Internet/dp/B002MR7COQ/ref=dp_cp_ob_vg_h__title_2 If you don't go for this one, make sure you get the right one for your PSP don't make the mistake of buying the cheaper, PSP phat battery, because it doesn't work! Good Luck!
Posted on Apr 08, 2010
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