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I pulled wy memory stick out of my psp while iwas upgrading it then it turned off

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  • Anonymous Jan 06, 2009

    i have the same problem i was upgrading my psp the screen turn of then my friend that the psp was of so he tried to turn it on but he turn it of. Now the goes power light goes on but the screen doesn't turn on.

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Up grade


The process of upgrading comes with a few essential requirements. If you are looking to upgrade using the services of the PC then you must have prerequisites like, a PSP with a battery pack, a minimum of 20 MB of free space on the Memory Stick, and a good Internet connection. You can also use a USB cable instead of the memory stick. Once you download the upgrade on the PC, the next step would be to transfer the firmware upgrade onto the PSP. This can be done using the USB cable or the memory stick. Users must insert the cable of the Memory stick in the PSP and start updating. For this, users are required to select the appropriate option from the home menu and then press the required button to start upgrading. At times, the whole process will get confusing, if you have not differentiated the various folders on the memory stick or the PC. The best way to avoid this is by storing the downloaded firmware in an aptly named folder.

A word of caution: Store the data in the correct location. If not, then there is a chance that the PSP system will not identify the data that is updated. Also, make sure that the battery is fully charged before use. Furthermore, an AC adaptor must connect the PSP to an electricity point. While upgrading the PSP, there must be no stoppages in the process. If the upgrade stops midway, it might just damage the PSP.

Upgrading you existing PSP is very easy. A person with a limited knowledge of using a PC can accomplish this task successfully. It is of paramount importance that you upgrade the PSP on a regular basis. As new games with better graphics enter the market, you must make your PSP compatible for the same But, this is not restricted to games alone. Videos, and music demand better picture and sound quality respectively. This can only be achieved by getting new and better upgrades for your PSP.

Dec 22, 2010 | Sony PlayStation Portable Slim Black...

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Pandora's Ultimate Magic Stick 3.80M33-5


New version of UPMSv3 - universal PSP Unbricker/Downgrader/Upgrader, also known as Pandora's Ultimate Magic Stick, Now work with DC ver4 (Dark_AleX’s), for installing CFw 3.80M33-5 and creating memory stick into a “Ultimate Magic Stick” for use with “Pandora’s battery” (jigkick). Works for both PSP, Slim and/or Fat, and 1 stick for all functions for Unbricker/Downgrader tools. Also available is the “UPMS_v3.pdf Guide” to help you get started and usage.

The Ultimate Pandora’s Magic Stick is the simple solution to easily accomplish any of the following:
  • Recover any bricked PSP (Fat or Slim) and install sony firmware or CFw M33.
  • Upgrade Fat-Slims PSP to CFw 3.80M33-5, with 1.50 kernel patch-Fat Only.
  • Upgrade Fat-Slims PSP to CFw 3.71 M33-2, with 1.50 kernel patch-2 -Fat Only.
  • Update to 3.71M33-4 are installed to the ‘GAME’ folder from the XMB.
  • Downgrade Fat PSP to Fw 1.50.
  • Upgrade Fat PSP straight to CFw 3.52M33 from Extended Boot Menu then install update 3.52 M33-4 from XMB, without need to downgrade to 1.50.
  • Boot up PSP using Ultimate Loader with support for choosing which Pandora’s you reach V1, V3 or V4.
  • Boot up PSP to XMB with UPMS inserted-Fat Only.
  • Boot up to a full FW 1.50 from Memory Stick-Fat Only.
  • Use PSP Filer and other tools (If it requires 1.50, can’t for Slims).
Note: This software is free, and comes with no warranty. Despite it has been tested and it has worked, there is some risk with any PSP operation that involves flashing, so please try this at your own risk!.

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on Mar 06, 2008 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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I was updating my psp 5.03 chickhen but it won't work so i cancel it, now my psp won't turn on only green light on the side


You just 'bricked' you PSP.

What model is your PSP? Is it the 1000, 2000, or 3000?

Never, ever, turn off your PSP when attempting to do an upgrade.

Best thing you can do is get ahold of what's called a Pandora Battery and then attempt to 'downgrade' your PSP before you attempt to upgrade. The battery of the PSP has special circuitry designed to boot the PSP and loading from the internal ROM or from the disk drive. A Pandora Battery is the same battery, but has been physically modified so that it can boot from memory stick. You will have to download a special utility that will 'write' specific boot programs to a Sony Memory Stick. This has to be done on a computer. Once that is done, you put the Memory Stick into the PSP, install the Pandora Battery, and then turn on the unit. (You cannot have the external powersupply plugged in, the battery needs to be fully charged.) The PSP will boot off the Memory Stick. You will then have the choice to 'downgrade' to a previous ROM Version. This will take some time, so wait for it to fully load. Once it is complete, remove the Memory Stick and put in a normal battery, or reconfigure the Pandora Battery back to its original configuration, and the PSP should boot normally.

If you are not comfortable in doing this, you will have to do a search on Google for places that can do this procedure. Some places charge up to $80-$100 to do this.

Hope this helps.

Nov 07, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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My psp memory card dont let me put stuff in


you may have to format the card. Also make sure your card is not placed in the lock position.
    How to Fix a PSP Memory Stick
  1. Step 1 Upgrade your PSP's Firmware (its operating system) before doing anything else. Firmware 5.0 solves many software problems that are encountered with older memory sticks. You can upgrade it by simply connecting your PSP to any wireless connection through its WiFi. Once a connection is established, the PSP will update itself automatically.
  2. Step 2 Check to see that your memory stick's plastic tongs, the small sticks that separate each connection, are straight. If one is bent, your PSP will not recognize the stick.
  3. Step 3 Remove your memory stick if it still does not work. Insert it into a PC with a memory stick slot. You will most likely be able to see all of your saved files. If so, continue to the next step. If you still cannot see your files, then your memory stick is defective, and it is not the PSP's fault.
  4. Step 4 Copy your files from the memory stick to the hard drive.
  5. Step 5 Format your memory stick using the "Format Disk" option in Windows. Open Windows Explorer, and find your memory stick listed in the "Drives" section. Right-click on the memory stick, and click "Format." Follow the on-screen instructions in the windows that pop up.
  6. Step 6 Insert your memory stick into your PSP. It should recognize the disk now. However, you now need to format the memory disk again with the PSP.
  7. Step 7 Go the PSP main menu, and select "Settings." Then select "Format Memory Disk."
  8. Step 8 Put your memory stick back in your PC, and return the files you removed earlier. When you reinsert the stick into your PSP, it should now see all the files.

Mar 25, 2010 | Sony Memory Stick PRO Duo (2GB) for PSP

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I upgraded my psp 2006 from 5.00 m33-6 to version 5.50. Now it does not detect the games saved in my memory stick. What should i do?


Are you trying to play the game from the memory stick? Or are you trying to play a game from the UMD and retrieve the saved game data from the memory stick?

5.00 m33 is a custom firmware that allows the PSP to play games stored on a memory stick. If you upgrade to 5.50, which is an original Sony firmware, that functionality will go away. If you have custom firmware, you should never upgrade it or the features like playing homebrew or loading games from a memory stick will go away.

Oct 09, 2009 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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My psp wont turn on


Your PSP has just bricked. It may cause an error while you're upgrading your PSP or while playing the game.

Try this:
1. Pull the battery out.
2. Let it turn on while charging.
3. If your PSP LED power indicator turned on for 10-20 secs and the screen not turn on, it means you're really bricked it.
4. So what do you do?
5. You need extra PSP for making pandora battery and jigkick memory stick.
6. You'll need this link: http://www.psp-hacks.com/2007/10/16/pandoras-ultimate-magic-stick-installer/

If there' any questions, you can PM me everytime. =]

Jul 07, 2009 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Is psp2004pb can play games in memory stick?


psp can only play games using the UMD drive, you can only play game demos using the memory stick.
Upgrade your psp firmware version to 5.00, it adds playstation store to the psp where you can buy and download full games onto your psp, all you need to do is create an account using the playstation store on your psp if you upgrade it to 5.00.

Use this link to help you upgrade you psp to 5.00
http://www.us.playstation.com/Support/SystemUpdates/PSP
don't forget to download psp media manager 3.00 on your pc.
use this link for psp media manager.
http://www.us.playstation.com/psn/mediamanager?LC-lps&FTTR=PSP_mediamanager_bottomleft_mediamanagerdetailpage

Good Luck. if you hacve questions write back.

Apr 12, 2009 | Sony PSP (Piano Black)

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I upgraded my psp slim to ver 5 and it cant read iso games.


U had disbled m33 updater in slim now u need to create pandora and magic stick to reflash slim

Dec 08, 2008 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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PSP Games


You most likely need to format the memory stick with the PSP. What may have happened is once you've upgraded, the PSP re-rooted itself into the memory stick. So it's looking for a folder that doesn't exist. (But that's just what I think...) I've had this problem also. After you format it with the PSP, it should work fine. As for your game files, they should still be saved on the memory stick. Search all your files with your computer then save them to your computer so they don't get formatted. After the format, put the files back onto the memory stick where they belong and everything should work fine! Please ask if you have any questions!

Jan 02, 2008 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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