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First, try holding the power switch for 10 seconds, this does a complete reset of the PSP, but doesn't reset it to factory settings.
If that doesn't work, turn it off the same way as above, but this time, hold SELECT, START, square and triangle as the machine starts up. Keep holding them down until you see the screen light come on, but just a blank black screen. It'll show that screen for a few more seconds, then it should be just like it was when you took it out of the box. You'll go through the initial setup again.
Here's the video I got the information from: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MCsFiWO03d0
your psp might be bricked did you turn it off during an update or instaling custom firmware if you did depending on the date code you may be able to use a pandora battery, also there are three date ranges for the psp 2000 these date code correlate to which generation of 2000 it is the best 2 are the first and the third however the second gen 2000 cannot be fixed because of the type of mother board used in its manufacture. i reccommend replacing the mother board or buying a new psp a new mother board is easy and should only take about 30 minutes to replace
Sounds like the battery is charged fully. If you know someone else who has another psp, try putting the battery into his/hers and see if it starts up. If so, your psp may have been fried. There is not much you can do.
It sounds like a problem with your rechargeable battery. when you charge it, is it showing a full charge -- should be after around 45 minutes. wosrt case is you'll need a replacement battery from Sony.
this is a bug/glitch in the psp system i would advise using pandoras battery and just put it back to 1.5 and try using custom firmware it runs smoother if you are not experienced with the psp get someone who is that has custom firmware to make a pandoras battery and downgrade to 1.5 then just update normally if that dosnt work try sending it to sony but this happens to me too sometimes not that often though ever since i went to custom firmware if you do get pandoras battery and want custom firmware look up Angelmikey all his psp videos are to the point and very deatailed hope this helps