Question about Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console
Every time I try to disconnect my PSP from a PC it gets stuck on "Please Wait...", and so I have to Press O to Cancel. Then, when I browse my Memory Stick from the XMB, under the Game menu there are hundreds of Corrupted files instead of a single ISO. (By the way, my PSP is modded and I'm copying ISOs to my Memory Stick) Then when I turn it on again it says "The Memory Stick could not be read. Please format the Memory Stick"
This is really annoying because I had almost finished Assassin's Creed :(
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your DVD potentiometer pot on the back of the PS2 laser lens needs to
be readjusted. Some people will try to tell you it's out of alignment
but if that was the case it would not read CD's. Some people will try
to tell you the laser lens is bad. If that was the case it would not read
CD's. On the back of the laser lens are two potentiometer pots. In
english? Two lil screws that are turnable. One controls the power of
the DVD laser one controls the power of the CD laser.
That link will give you pretty lil pictures of what i'm talking about :)
In a nut shell the story goes like this folks. If your PS2 won't read certain game DVD's that are of a certain color or if it all of a sudden mysteriously fails to read games it once read but will play cd's just fine, the voltage of the laser for DVD's is not set correctly. (this does needs manual tweeking from time to time if you take your ps2 and move it around alot or if you take it over to friends houses etc etc. Basicly alot of movment in general can take this out of alignment. Even keeping the PS2 on it's side could theoreticly (just my opinion) based on gravitational pull, unbalance the potentiometer.
Step 1 identify your PS2 version:
Version 1 - SCPH-30001, 10 screws on bottom of case, serial no. starts with "U1"
Version 2 - SCPH-30001, 10 screws on bottom of case, serial no. starts with "U0"
Version 3 - SCPH-30001, 10 screws on bottom of case, serial no. starts with "U2"
Version 4 - SCPH-30000, 30001, 35001, 30002, 35002, 30003, 35003, 30004, or 35004, 8 screws on bottom of case
NOTE: Version 4 has 2 varieties of motherboard: Gap/No Gap, the difference between v4 "Gap" and v4 "No Gap" is the "Gap" is there's a spot in the center of bios chip where each side lacks solder points.
Version 5 - SCPH-30000R, 30001R, 30002R, 30003R, 30004R, or 30006R. Also, some SCPH-30000, 30001, 30002, 30003, and 30004 models have a V5/V6
NOTE: Version 5 & 6 - the difference between these two versions is one of the connectors in the corner.
Version 7 - SCPH-39000, 39001, 39002, 39003, 39004, 39008 or 37000
Version 8 - Only in Japanese consoles. SCPH-39000, or, SCPH-39006 (GH-022 BIOS 090)
Version 9 - if you have SCPH-50000, 50001, 50002, 50003, 50004, 50006, or 50007 you have a v9 or v10 board.
Version 10 - SCPH-5000x, with date code "3D" to the right and below the serial number on the back of the console. (GH-026 board)
NOTE: To know if its a v9/v10 start up PS2 with no game in it ,press triangle and check dvd driver version dvd ver 3.00 = v9 & dvd ver 3.02 = v10.
If your model # is SCPH-50000, 50001, 50002, 50003 or 50004 AND if you can find a small ''a'' under the SCPH number or have DATECODE "3C" you have a V9 PS2 main board. (GH-026 board).
If your model # is SCPH-50000, 50001, 50002, 50003 or 50004 AND if you can find DATE CODE "3D" as shown below, you have a V10 PS2 main board. (GH-026 board).
Version 12 - The new slimline PS2 consoles are referred to as PSTwo here, but elsewhere they are also known as "v12" units... their numbers are SCPH-70011/SCPH-70012, and also SCPH-70004 CB (Belgium).
Step 2 use either google or the link above. If you're using google your keyword search will be something like "ps2 v12 laser lens adjustment" *replace v12 with your ps2 model.
In either case navigate to the site and follow instructions to set the pots back to their factory default settings.
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
SOURCE: missing ISO folder
The thing is, the ISO folder doesn't come with your PSP Memory Stick. However, the best solution would be to make the folder! Just keep in mind that the name of the folder have to be in all CAPITAL letters. The ISO folder goes in the root of your memory stick.
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
um dont have the modded xbox hooked to the internet online bro, they see what that one tag does when you go online to gain ur achevements. so my point is to have ur Acheicement points show up on ur gamertag or your profile for instance, it has to be legit, that other xbox must have some file thats not allowing to use it cause that other xbox still has its internet hooked up
Posted on Oct 23, 2009
sounds like a virus of some sort. Have you played any games that have done a firmware upgrade?? These sometimes cause these problems
Posted on Apr 05, 2010
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