Question about Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console
I've not reviewed all post so if this was answered before... sorry.
But I have the following problem with my PSP: after a "drop" on the floor the PSP stopped working and I took it to a service. There they said the "start up chip" (???) is causing that most probable due to loose or broken conection. They did "cool" welling (do't know what's that), but aferwards the PSP work for couple of hours and the stopped and would not start at all!!!
Can you tell me how this can be fix? is there hope atall?
Unfortunately your PSP is broken and needs professional repair by Sony. Contact your country's Sony head office and arrange to have it sent in for repair. You might also consider just buying a new one as it will be expensive to repair. I think you got ripped off by that service that tried to "cold solder" your chip.
Posted on Dec 19, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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