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Game has been installed to memory card via usb - 80020148 error

Game has been installed to memory card via usb and is unable to start quoting 80020148, is there any way to fix this?

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  • dino kalameros May 11, 2010

    what model of psp do you have and also what firmware, remember only a modded psp can play pirated games bro, model number is on bottom of psp the last four digits on it and the firmware is in system settigs system info,

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Usb hmmm... try getting a regular memory card and try again

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  • Some devices require that you enable disk use via USB through its settings before your computer will recognize it.
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When a Blu-ray disc is inserted. - Cause unknown".<br /><span><br />8001050D - An error occurred during the start operation; PS3 game swapped using the eject function and then play pressed quickly. - Insert PS3 game again.<br /></span><br />80010510 - Will not play games installed on the hard drive. - Cause unknown.<br /><br /><span>80010516 - An error occurred during the start operation: PS1 game swapped using the eject function and then play pressed quickly. - Insert PS1 game again.</span><br /><br />80028EA5 - Unknown. User cannot connect to Playstation Network ("PSN"). Contact Sony for resolution.<br /><br /><span>80028EA6 - Connection Error: Turn off PS3, unplug router and modem. Turn on modem and allow it completely boot-up and synchronize. After the modem shows that it is "online", then plug in the router and allow it to completely boot. Lastly, plug-in and turn on the PS3.</span><br /><br />80028F10 - Go to Display Settings then HDMI (or whatever your connection is) and choose Automatic.<br /><br /><span>80028F17- PS2 Disc Boot Error. An error occurred during the start operation: PS2 game swapped using the eject function and then play pressed quickly. - Insert PS2 game again.</span><br /><br />80028F18 - PS2 Disc Error. Unsupported disc: eg. Utility discs, BB discs, IQ Remix game etc.<br /><br /><span>80028F19 - PS2 Disc Error. Fsck: the internal PS2 disk was corrupted. You may be able to use the HDD utility disc to fix it (use with caution), otherwise, contact Sony.</span><br /><br />80028F1A - PS2 Disc Error. invalbnnetcfg: network config error.<br /><br /><span>80029023 - Exchanging Key Information: exchange has timed out.</span><br /><br />80029024 - Cannot obtain an IP address. DHCP failure. Check network connection, modem and/or router.<br /><br /><span>80029301 - An error occurred during the delete operation: attempting to delete PS2 data from virtual memory card.</span><br /><br />80029513 - Copyright Violation when attempting to install game.<br /><span><br />80029516 - Sign in to PLAYSTATION-Network: needed for some games or PS3 processes. Sign-in is required for current operation/request.</span><br /><br />80029564 - Downloaded game will not install: Cause unknown.<br /><span><br />80029945 - Can't playback burned BDr movie: Error in picture.</span><br /><br />80029946 - Attempting to play burned Dual layer NTSC disc on a PAL PS3. The workaround is to transfer files to the PS3 via TVersity.<br /><br /><span>80029C68 - Corrupt data. Usually on an external device.</span><br /><br />8002A10D - Unable to Add friend in XMB. 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(Using media server)</span><br /><br />8003051E - Game will not Save.<br /><span><br />80030920 - An error occurred during the copy operation. The file may be corrupt or there isn't enough memory. Try copying data from original source.</span><br /><br />80031150 - System Settings Fail to Save. Possible Blue Screen Setting information is corrupted.<br /><br /><span>80031601 - Error Creating Account.</span><br /><br />8013013D - A connection error has occurred: Causes may include the actual SSID of the wireless access point/router or signal strength. If the connection drops, try enabling DMZ functionality on your router (if supported) for your PS3. Otherwise check WPA key. The PS3 wireless interface [currently] does not support WPA2 - only WPA, WEP or none.<br /><span><br />8013013E - WEP Key error: Change WEP key to *only* numbers and try again, or switch to WPA.</span><br /><br />80130203 - PS3 connects to the internet (you can go a website via the PS3's browser), but cannot connect to the Playstation-Network. Typically this means that the required ports are not open/accessible. Check your router's configuration.<br /><br /><span>8013030 - System Error: Due to failed update download.</span><br /><br />8013030F - Access Point was not detected. Check your router's configuration and make sure that SSID broadcast is enabled.<br /><span><br />80410418 - DNS Error.</span><br /><br />80410A0B - Internal error: "Hardware Fault". Send unit back to be replaced/fixed.<br /><span><br />80710016 - The Playstation Network is down.</span><br /><br />80710092 - "An error has occurred. you've been signed out from the Playstation-Network". Connection dropped? 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