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I cant turn on my psp!!!

I tried to upgrade my psp to version 6.10....while downloading , i accidentally loosen my ac adapter, which interuppted the download....now i can't turn on my psp...HELP!!!

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It's as good as dead,if you have warranty,then take it back,otherwise it's a brick

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I have psp slim (PSP 2000) with 5.03 GEN C (Full), i cant play with the new downloaded games,,,...what's the latest cfw i can upgrade my psp, so i can play the new games i have,,,<>?? thank...


Hey there.
Before updating to 5.50 Gen-D3 (which is a higher version than yours), try knowing your PSP MoBo first. Why? Because, you may brick your PSP with the upgrade. Use PSPident to do that. Here's a link for that (MONSTER here!!!). Don't mind the monster, I just thought it's kinda nice doin' that. LOL
Now, do that PSPident in your PSP. If your MoBo appear to be TA088v3, DO NOT (never ever) upgrade to 5.50 Gen-D3 or you will have your PSP dead... If your MoBo is LOWER than TA088v3 (like, say, TA085v1 or v2) then go on with the 5.50 Gen-D3.
If upgrading doesn't solve your problem with playing homebrew, you may have downloaded a corrupted ISO or CSO file... Find a new torrent for that game again...
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I am trying to upgrade my psp from 5.00 m33 to 5.03 m33 .and I was formatting my psp, my psp just shut down, when i turned it on, the power button turrned green but the screen does not change


regarding with this issue
- try to perform a power drain
- remove the battery
- unplug the ac adapter
- try to hold the power switch for 15 seconds
- reconnect the battery and ac adapter try to turn on the psp

- if this does not work
- try to load the default settings or downgrade the psp back to factory firmware

Hope this help you in resolving the issue

thanks for choosing FixYa

Feb 19, 2011 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Lost my iso file, i cant play games.........help!!!


First you have to upgrade your PSP firmware to 5.03

connect your PSP to PC in USB mode, Double click on downloaded exe file. It will copy firmware data

Note : Yo cannot download any psp games unless you it is version 5.03. VERSION 6.31 cannot download games. try this link on how to downgrade you system if thats the case http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4COQtaUPNHU

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Crack problem


You can only upgrade the firmware on the psp 3000, The 3000 at version 6.20 still hasn't had a hack to downgrade it.

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I upgrade my psp in version 5.01, now i cant play my games


the PSP has to be hacked in order for you to play downloaded games. If you get a magic memory stick and a pandora battery it can be done easily even with the 5.50 firmware version. Google pandora battery, and magic memory stic or (psp mmj tutorial) and you get lots of good info.

Hope this helps.

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I cant put games on my psp slim


if you have downloaded the firmware from the internet, that is really not advisable. it would be best to go the nearest gaming zone for updating firmware.
some firmware are not compatible and not updated. downgrade your firmware to a more stable firmware.

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Iso cannot be recognized in 5.02


you had m33 custom firmware(plays iso) installed on your psp and then you upgraded it with sony officail firmware(doesnt play iso) you will need to downgrade your psp

pandoras battery

youtube an google r ur friends

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How to downgrade psp v5.01 to 3.80


hi your previous psp version is 3.80 m33 if yes your using custom firmware that why you can play game to your memory stick the problem is you upgrade your psp firmware to sony official firmware 5.01 you reinstall your firwmware again using custom firmware like 5.00 m33-3 cfw below with m33 or OE

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Upgarde to 3.95


87a3b66.jpgUpgrade before downloading, other wise you shouldn`t upgrade at all.

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