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PSP with corrupt firmware 3.03-C (Code DADADADA)

Pleeeease help! I bought this psp in good faith from ebay. However, it has a corrupt firmware version 3.03-C on it. When trying to download latest firmware the code (DADADADA) is displayed. What now?????? Someone help - Pleeeaaase!!!!!

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  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2008

    Welll i have just read about the DADADADA it means (Dark-Alex) they person befor you hack his PSP. Right now I have the same problem. With out the new update I cant play my new games i just bought

  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2008

    i have this problem with"dadadada"

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I have the same problem but i hacked my psp and am trying to get games on the web but i think updating with a umd would work

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That was a bad coment

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For mat your memory card if you have one and goto options and reset to factory options

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