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Hello how can i upgrade my psp????

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Two ways
# 1 = If you have a wireless connection go into the settings and click network update.

# 2 = go to www.us.playstation.com and find psp system update and connect USB cable. go in to USB connection in settings and it will walk you through the rest.

Make sure there is room on your memory stick first, it will save a temp file that you can erase after updating.

Posted on Apr 30, 2008

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HOW TO UPFRADE THE PSP?


Hello. It is very simple do to this. You should only follow my steps:

First of all, you have to download a file name called EBOOT.PBP (psp upgrade) which is located HERE
Save it on your desktop and do not rename the file.
Plug in your USB cable and go to your PSP's System Settings and on the second from the top press X on USB CONNECT. Go to "My Computer" and click on Removable disk. Here it should be a folder named PSP followed by a subfolder called GAME. Enter this folder, create a new folder and name it UPDATE (in caps without spaces). In the folder you have just created, move (copy - paste) EBOOT.PBP here from your desktop. Also, if there is no GAME folder, you have to create it in the folder "PSP". Be carefully! Remove your hardware and fully charge your PSP and plug it on the wall. Go to Games Area and choose Memory Stick by pressing X. You will see now PSP Update version
*. **. Press PSP Update version *. ** (it will only clear your screen for a couple seconds). Press Start if you want to upgrade. Go to User Agreement and start the upgrade process. While it's started, do not touch your PSP. Leave it somewhere until the upgrade is done.

I hope I helped you!

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How to upgrade my psp help me plzzzzzzzzzzz???


Hello,

visit the below link and follow the instructions there. Its really going to be of great help.

http://www.wikihow.com/Upgrade-Your-PSP-Firmware

Take care.

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I upgrade my psp in version 5.01, now i cant play my games


HELLO! There's no need to downgrade ur PSP. If u have upgraded ur PSP from the official site and a official firmware has been installed on to ur PSP, it won't execute games(ISO,CSO) from ur memory stick. It will only run games from the UMD. If u want to run ur games from a memory stick u have to install a CUSTOM FIRMWARE. Try www.psp-hacks.com these guys have many softwares on their site. Dont worry its not that hard to put a Custom firmware onto ur PSP. 

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I don,t know who this ziraffa is but I know the answer to your question.This is because the higher upgrade the higher the security,parentalcontrol,blah blah blah.But your not out of luck you can still upgrade to custom firmware.With this you can play homebrew games,isogames,csogames,etc.

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


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How to upgrade my psp version 3.72 to version 3.9?


UMMM you don't need to upgrade you need to downgrade. Once you downgrade you can actually go ahead and upgrade to a custom firmware wich are the ones that allow you to do that and much more. If you really want to know how to do this and are still interested please send me an email at angelitoseriv@gmail.com. I say email because its a long process and i would need to ask you some questions about your psp and other stuff to so if you want more help send me a message with psp info as the tittle.

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I can't upgrade my PSP to 3.30. I wanr to play won of my games for a couple of months now. How do I fix this problem?


Hello blackboyman,

If you can not update your system through your PSP trying downloading the update with your pc and then transferring onto your PSP. Here is a link that will assist you in doing so.

http://www.us.playstation.com/PSP/About/SystemUpdate/pc.html

Sincerely,

Agent Xiong

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Upgrading firmware


if you downloaded the new version, you should just run the update under the the memory stick in the games section. there is no need to downgrade ever.

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