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Could be corrupt cmos, bad hard drive, bad memory, bad peripheral.
Remove hard drive and perform diagnostics on it to make sure it is good and not the source of issue.
Then check to see if machine is posting - if not, then you are in deep doo doo because without a posting procedure you cannot repair your OS, install a new one, nada.
A new mo bo will set you back 100 bucks on ebay: installation of mo bo on laptop is one Royal,, Royal PIA.
The difference between Official Sony Firmware and Custom Firmware is that Official firmware will only run games on discs in the UMD slot, while Custom firmware will allow you to back up games you already own and run them from the
memory stick. Running games from the memory stick as an ISO is much faster than from the disc, and it only took Sony years and years to realize this and implement it on the new psp-go model.
Shops that sell PSP's will be forbidden to provide you with Custom firmware because many people think this is only for stealing games, not for running 'homebrew' applications written by enthusiasts or backing up games you already own in case you scratch or destroy your umd disk.
Yes, you will need a service or pandora battery to reload custom firmware into your psp.
can create a pandora battery and the 'magic' memory
stick from any psp already running custom firmware. You can also buy
them online, and if you look in the local classified ads website for where
you live, you can probably find people offering that downgrading
I cannot run through the steps here to create your own, but tutorials are all
over the net and sites like youtube.
The MH120 comes with a battery case which opens up to reveal 6 AA batteries. Their is a battery indicator on the LCD display on the left. 5 bars is a full battery. 1 bar means it needs fresh batteries. It requires AA alkaline batteries.
You can buy a NiMH battery pack as an accessory that uses rechargeable NiMH battery. This is available at extra cost from Uniden. It is accessory part number BP250.
Have you checked the water pump? Some motors have a heat sensor to keep you from destroying the motor as a result of overheating. Since you already bought parts, ask if your motor has a heat sensor. The only thing to cool the motor is the water pump.
It needs a new battery pack. Rechargeable batteries eventually wear out and no longer hold a charge. The tool runs only briefly and the battery is exhausted again. The big home centers and online sources sell replacements. There are also companies that say they can rebuild your battery pack at much lower cost than replacement. I have no experience with them.
If you're asking that question you better call... There are any number of problems that can reach out and destroy your day with that type of unit and you don't want to have it cost you more damage than you already have...
Find a quality shop and take it in yourself to save the pick-up and delivery cost...
Have a great day!
What game are you trying to host? did you already open the port on your router for others to come in and play? Ask for the port number and try to open it on your router's set up page. call your router manuv\facturer once you already have the port number/ numbers.