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You have the option of upgrading your psp firmware when:
You purchase a game that requires a new firmware
You manually upgrade the firmware
To manually upgrade the firmware, go to the settings section on the psp. Once there, look the selection that says something like "Firmware upgrade" and press it. If there is a new firmware, it will automatically install it (*Note* You must have a wireless connection in order to upgrade *Note*) If you need further assistance, please reply to this post and I will help you the best I can. Thank you for using FixYa! =)
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The common problem to this is trying to do an upgrade from windows itself, make sure you are doing a fresh install by booting from CD. If this does still not work and you have a legitimate windows disk, contact the microsoft helpline and they will be able to issue you with a new serial
OK to begin your computer doesnt have 2.0 usb, its just windows is telling you about the device attached, I am not sure about upgrading it, but I doubt it is possible. Now from the error you posted, your computer did detect something. Are all the neccesarry drivers installed? If so I would take a look at your bios and set your PCI/Perriphrial to auto, sometimes that will resolve any port assignments which are somewhat commen in laptops, being as they use a hub
I would NOT recomment upgrading anything other than RAM and Hard drives on a laptop. It's very expensive, and can't always be done. If you want a gaming computer I'd recommend a desktop computer, as you will get a lot more "umph" for a lot less buck.
Same goes for upgrades. It's easy and fairly cheap (unless you want to have the absolute top knotch parts all the time) with a desktop because so many can use the same parts. Lots of laptops have "their own kind" of parts, which makes them expensive.
Keep the laptop for portability whenever you need your computer with you.