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Psp control Panel problem

Each time I try to play a game the control panel won't work right because on the game I can't move my player. What do I do?

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  • Anonymous Jul 12, 2008

    my psp buttons like the O and X and left arrows dont work. ive
    remove the battery pack and tried different games, still it does not
    work. what do you think is the problem?

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Try to play other games,and if the control panel still doesn't work,you will need to have it checked...the problem most likely lies on the hardware itself and not on the software.overall,regardless whether you're using the control panel for games or other functions,as long as it's not responsive,chances are the issue is with the psp hardware console.hope this helps.

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