Had a old game in it and i put a new one in and it come up new updates then it frozed i pop the batter out put it in and now it all it does . the green light comes on for less then a min can u help me at all
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It is strictly prohibited to remove the battery or unplug the AC adaptor or remove UMD disc while the update is in progress and you had done the same mistake. now your PSP is bricked. it means your PSP is useless untill you replace motherboard of it with a new one. your PSP Operating system in motherboard is crashed.
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it froze during an update? that can mean that the update was corrupted and needs to be deleted but if (all updates) are deleted does give the game a slight chance to not be able to restore old game files of that game if its a new game then no harm done you can't lose save files
maybe its the the game or system uptading it is like updating some thing in a couputer you need to see if the game is new it has to be new and return the game you bougt the boys and if they really liked that game buy the the same game and return the old game and this time if that pops up click no
It's a Sony
defect with the blu-ray lasers. They only last 1-3 years with average
use. If your PS3 is less than a year old and you still have the
original receipt Sony will repair the problem for free. Otherwise
they're going to charge you $150 for the repair. You can reach them at:
Unless you have a technical background in
electronics there's nothing I would suggest doing. A firmware update
and or CD /DVD cleaner disk will do nothing for your problem. I've
fixed more than 100 PS3's with this exact problem so I know exactly
what I'm talking about.
well you have no choice but to turn it off...hopefullly when you reboot the machine it will attempt to reinstall the firmware..usually that is what the unit does. if it freezes again at 100percent it very well could be the 3rd partion sector of your SATA drive....ive seen this before.
All you need to do is, when you have those blue and red lines, means the codes are corrupted. To fix this, you will have to reset the Action Replay. To do that, you need to do this:
1. Hold down the A and B buttons before turning the console on.
Turn the Ds on while still holding the A and B, but when the health and
safety screen comes up, hold down Start and Select too, so you now have
4 buttons held down.
3. Keep holding all 4 down until the main screen of the Action Replay
appears. You'll have no games, which is no worry now because you can
hook it up to the computer and update your AR with all the games again.
I had the same problem. No new games would play but the old games played fine. I clicked on the spinning disc icon (where the game should come up) and it prompted me to do an update. I accepted. Once the update was complete (took about a minute or 2) the new games worked fine.