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I would say that the screen is causing the lines in a gameboy colour the lines are not the same like it would be in an orginal gameboy the one with the four batteries. Lines in gameboy color are the screen issues then the whole screen would have to be replaced on the GBC then.
umd drive mite be broken. if it makes te sound like it makes te sound like it wants to load the game and shows the loading icon at the bottom of te screen then it mite be your eye. could be danaged or dirty. but if it dosnt do anything when you put a game in then its your motherboard. best thing to do is replace your motherboard. buy a motherboard for your psp from ebay or something (or off your freinds), open up the case (find a tutorial on youtube, sorry cant acess those files rite now) and then unplug all the plugs and swap it out make sure it runs tho and that you didnt do anything wrong. open your psp case at your own risk tho.
this sounds like a problem with the screen only. best idea is to go on sony.com.au and get info on sending it to them where they will fix it proffessionally, and give it a service. best bet. please rate
its either your psp is bricked(rendered useless..as entertaining as a brick becuase it wont do anything at all.) or screen came unplugged. try turning it on then turning the sound all the way up and see if you can hear the normal sounds. if you can either the screen is unplugged or ruined. if you cant and it turns off by itself then you have a brick.
then there is a malfunctioning with the psp i suppose. if u just purchased it, go back to the shop and tell them there is something wrong with it. and they should repair it or if they cant they should replace it. it still should be under warranty, if not then if im not mistaken , by customer's rights we can return a good under 7 days. double check tho.
assuming u didnt drop the psp or damage it in other ways...
Your LCD screen has a lost connection internally. I have seen this a few time over the last few months. You will need to get a new LCD screen for your PSP installed. I recommend even if your technically endowed, that you get an experienced person to do this. The PSP is very tricky and delicate. Click on "repair Directory" at the bottom of this screen, then Select "Video Game Consoles" Pick a Repair shop that has replaced PSP LCD screens before.