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Need to upgrade the firmware...sony needs firmware updates to play new games, add features...and attempt to slow piracy. Ro up grade your system go to settings and network update...if you do not have a wireless network to connect to you can download the updates and put on a memory stick from sony.com
Hello, can you please explain in more detail about what is happening? Maybe if you were playing a lot of PSP, your keys might be jammed up in the circuit boards and when you play a game, some things are kind of pushing it to move the character.
Second question, in the main menu, is anything moving by itself?
Are you running with custom firmware like M33 or HX?
If so, you can switch your psp off (not stand by), and hold R trigger when you switch it on, it should bring you to the recovery menu, where you can setup your XMB cpu speed and Game cpu speed, both set to default will be fine.