Question about Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console
I can't connect
how to do this steps?? how to reset and unplug?
-1. Try reseting your modem (unplug for about 2-3 minutes, then plug back in), then reset your router (reset button on back). Then try again....
-2. Register your psp with the new router
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: cant upgrade psp
Here's what you can do:
1. Connect your PSP to your PC.
2. Check if the proper folders are on it's Memory Stick. There is
a folder called PSP which had the following folders
3. The folder you need is GAME. Go in there and create a subfolder called UPDATE.
4. Go to www.playstation.com
5. Look for your local site.
6. Look in the PSP section for firmware updates. Here's the link for the most recent firmware update for the USA.
[PSP Firmware 3.80]
* If you need other regional firmware you'll need to look for it yourself or tell me where you from.
7. Download the file in the above link to a convenient place such as your desktop. Then copy it to the recently created UPDATE folder.
8. Safely disconnect your PSP.
9. Start up your PSP and go to the Game section of it, select Memory Stick. You should now see the file.
10. Open the file by pressing X. The update procedure starts. Be sure to follow the on screen instructions.
If you want to read these steps over again, click this link:
[Updating PSP via PC]
Warning: do not use firmware other then placed on Sony PlayStation's official site. For it might damage your system and it will never boot again. Also make sure the battery is fully charged (a charge of 50% will not do, the update utilty won't allow the update). Since it can take an few minutes you best connect it to it's power supply.
NEVER interupt an update by shutting your unit down, removing battery, removing stick, removing power. The damage done is not covered by Sony's warranty.
About the issue for the connection with your PS3 unit. It's true, you need one of the most recent firmwares.
I hope this helped you out, please rate my solution.
Posted on Jan 25, 2008
SOURCE: Psp wifi internal error 80410a0b
I'd love to tell ya that there is an easy solution, but there is not. The error code simply states that the WiFi card is not working; you probably already figured that out! There are three possibilities: The WiFi card itself (most common), a resistor on the main motherboard (manufacturing issue, warranty), or the switch has gone bad (in which case you might be able to "short it out", but search on opening the PSP and you will see that this is straightforward for the very patient). The most expedient route is to (a) send to service or (b) get another PSP and test the WiFi before you leave the store. (And sell the faulty unit on eBay ??)
Posted on Jun 20, 2008
SOURCE: my psp keeps showing error
This error means that either the internet signal you are trying to connect to is very weak or not there at all. If you have wifi internet around you it could be that there is a firewall blocking you from using it if it is someone elses wifi and if it is yours your router or modem could be blocking incomming wireless connections. If the second is the problem try restarting your modem or resetting the router to the default setting
Posted on Oct 29, 2008
Well it look like you might not have a WiFi network connection set up yet on your PSP. So This is what you want to do if you have DSL at home and a WiFi router. When you search for a new network connection and you find the one from your home, you will still need the WEP key wich is the most inportant in order to allow you PSP to use that WiFi connection. That must be why you are getting this error messege
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
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1: Reset your modem by unplugging it from the main power source.
2: After a few minutes, plug modem power back into modem. Allow all connections to configure
3: Turn on PS3 system.
4: Go to "Settings" then scroll all the way down to "Network Settings"
5: Make sure that the "internet connection" (the second menu) is "Enabled"
6: Go to "Internet Connection Settings" and go through the motions again.
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