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My psp has a problem

My psp internet browser is not working. the mouse is stuck on the bottom and won't move up. I can moveit sideways but not up please help me.

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  • sanghani7070 Dec 23, 2007

    not gona work sorryy

  • sanghani7070 Dec 24, 2007

    not bad i think it is good

  • kooke Dec 25, 2007

    joystick is getting stuck will not move

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I dont have a solution but this really helped thanks

Posted on Dec 28, 2007

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Sounds like an joystick problem. Is your joystick working normal while you are running a game?

Posted on Dec 24, 2007

  • Frank Lee
    Frank Lee Dec 25, 2007

    If it is working good in game but not in browser, try to give your psp a full rest. You can do this by going to system setting section, select restore defaults, and it might solve your problem.

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