Question about Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console
Ok please go to this Google links, choose one to help, you have what we say Bricked" your unit, this is a common thing, sometimes you can get it back.. sometimes not, have look at many sites one may help.
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Mar 07, 2011 | Sony PSP (Piano Black)
Ok it sounds as if your friend has bricked your PSP. Please be careful when you are updating your PSP as this will brick your PSP. Let me give you a quick overview of what happens when your PSP updates, first of all your PSP will erase it's operating system and write a new Operating system, this is why it will not turn on completely if you lose power while it's updating. ONLY UPDATE YOUR PSP IF IT'S COMPLETELY CHARGED AND PLUGGED IN FOR SAFETY REASONS. I will not post the solution to this problem for it is too long to post up here, YouTube has many videos on how to un-brick your PSP. Best of luck, for the solution you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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