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Psp internet when I test my connection on my sony psp everything is right accept the screen says "internet:do not start." If i can change this please tell me. If I cannot change this please tell me what I can do to fix this.

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Hi,

This normally happens when you are trying to connect to the internet from the "Network Update", you can avoid this and connect to the internet from the "internet browser".

Regards

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