Psp doesn't charge or open at all, nor any indicative signs
I have this psp bought 2 months already PSP 2000 modified version - downloadable(brand new at SM), 1 night after using it, i found that the unit was not charging at all. meanwhile, after i hired the service warranty of the product, they were not able to detect the main cause, (Circuit City).
note: i was not using the unit while charging.
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your psp version needs to modify to run iso format of psp games.. that version was made to run game through UMD only. theres way to make your PSP run iso games
>>>> update your OFW (official firmware) to 6.20 version
>>>>www.psp-hacks.com using that link you can find there on how to patch the pro-b4 to make your PSP run ISO like standard PSP 2000. enjoy and learn!!!!! good luck note: when updating make sure that PSP battery is fully charge and plug it in the charger while updating..
There are several models for the PSP 2000 slim versions that are stable and can play ISO games without the need for Pandora batteries but may need to install a custom firmware such as Gen C. It may vary as to what version is best for your unit. I would recommend a Gen C 5.03 firmware or home brewed programs. You can download this online.
NOTE: Do not install/alter programs on your PSP unless you have the know-how.
If you do take the risk, ALWAYS READ AND FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY or you will suffer the risk of "bricking your PSP".
Hope this helps!
Get the firmware upgrade data. You can get one on the official PSP website. When clicking Download Now, remember to Save
it, not open it. The file name should be EBOOT.PBP Save somehwhere
where you can access it easily e.g. Desktop, My Documents, C:\.
Plug in your USB cable that you have bought or had to your PC or
Computer (same thing). On your PSP you should go to System Settings and
on the 2nd from the top press (X) on USB Connect. On your computer it
should say something like New Hardware detected USB Mass Storage
Device. In My Computer there should be something named "Removable Disk"
Click on the Removable Disk and inside there might (might not be) be a folder named "PSP". Click on the PSP folder to go inside of it and inside the PSP there might be a subfolder named "GAME".
Inside the GAMES folder, create a new folder and name it UPDATE in
caps, no spaces. Inside that UPDATE folder drag and drop that EBOOT.PBP
that you downloaded earlier.
If the PSP folder and GAME folder are not there, you can just
create them. Remember that the folder name MUST be in CAPITAL LETTERS
and the the GAMES folder is INSIDE the PSP folder, don't mess this up or your PSP will ignore your folders
"Safely Remove Hardware" -- this should be in your Icon Bar on the Right side of your start bar.
Fully charge your PSP and plug it into the wall. Go to the Games Area; there should be an Icon that says Memory Stick Choose that by Pressing "X" and you'll see PSP Update Version *.** (* meaning what version you've downloaded onto your PSP).
Press PSP Update Version *.**, It'll clear the screen for a few
seconds and come back on saying "PSP System Software Version *.**" It
has a "Start" option or says that you already have that version. Press
the Start if you want to upgrade.
Go through the User Agreement and start the upgrade Process. When it starts, remember not to even touch that PSP. Just leave it alone on the floor, desk , chair, etc.
Update your PSP to the latest version and sign up to the PlayStation Store (unless you already have a PSN ID). You can download full games, demos and themes (and other things) from the Store straight to your PSP. You will need a credit card or PlayStation Card to buy content.