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I dropped my PSP (old kind) HELP!!!!!

It turns on sometimes after i let it sit, but even when it turns on sometimes it gets to the menu thing and wont let me use anything
HELP!!!!!!

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Restore it via computer and put a new os or post me the video shoot of it

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Psp help


Did you know you can use your PSP to pick up free wireless internet? Most people don't even realize this but it's pretty straightforward once you know how! Sit back and relax while you learn to get internet on your PSP!
Requirements:
There are a couple of fundamental things you will need before you can start surfing the web with your PSP. The first is some form of wireless internet source. It doesn't matter where it comes from, could be in your home or in your local Starbucks, all that matters is that you are in an area where you can get internet. Psp wireless settings follow the 802.11b wireless networking protocols, which are just about the most common in the world, so most kinds of wireless network connection will be just fine.
Also note that a copy of Wipeout:Pure is necessary to get internet on your PSP.
Sitting comfortably? Ok, prepare to learn how to get internet on PSP!
Step 1- Switch on the PSP and go to the System Menu, and then enter "Network Settings". From there go into "Infrastructure mode", and select a connection to edit. If you already have a home connection set up or something, just select this as the one you are going to edit. Leave the name of the profile as it is, and skip the WLAN settings if they are already set up.
Step2- Go into "Address Settings" click on "Custom" and be sure to leave "IP Address Setting" as Automatic. Believe me; adjusting this will not help you get internet on your PSP!
Step 3- Go into "DNS Setting" and click on manual. This is where we need to type the address of the web gateway we will be using. The most popular one to use for this is the gateway at Endgadget, so input the numbers "208.42.28.174" as the Primary DNS IP, and put zeros for the Secondary DNS IP. (0.0.0.0). If for any reason this gateway is not working you can usually find others with a quick Google search.
Step 4- In the "Proxy Server" options, select "Do Not Use" All you need to do from there is confirm everything, and save it all by pushing X when prompted.
Step 5- Launch Wipeout:Pure as normal, and go into the Downloads menu. When asked to select a connection, choose the one you have just been editing, and you should be presented with the Endgadget web screen. Et voila! How to get internet on PSP!
Provided you have the resource mentioned above, it's pretty easy to get internet on your PSP. Once you have it all set up you'll probably wonder how you got by without it!

Jul 27, 2010 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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My psp shuts off when i turn it on it stays on for about 10 seconds. Ive tried taking the battery out and puttin it on the charger but it wont help. Ive dropped it once or twice. But a couple of hours...


sometimes when im in the middle of a game my psp will just shut off and ill loose all the info that was not saved and when i try it again it will do the same thing at the same place please help me

Nov 22, 2009 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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PSP wont read games


Did you ever drop it? Usually if a PSP will not read UMD's, either the laser is dirty or it has been moved. If you dropped it, the laser has probably been moved. You'd have to take the whole entire thing apart to move the laser back, assuming you knew the position it should be in in the first place. Even if you have dropped it, the first thing I would do is to pick up a UMD drive cleaning kit for around $10 and try that. If that does not work, I would suggest sending it to be repaired. I hope this helps!

Jun 05, 2009 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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I dropped my psp and now it wont turn on.


U might have to take it back or have someone fix. u might have fried the motherboard

Feb 12, 2009 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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How do i reset my whole psp? even if it wont turn on


Hi there, Please turn off your psp. Before it turns on please hold on "R button". After that you will see a black screen. Please choose configuration, then choose "VSH MENU" (it should be enabled). Choose exit afterwards. Automatically your psp will reset. It will reboot.

From then you can have your psp reset anytime your psp was on. Simply push "select button" and choose reset. That's it!

Dec 14, 2008 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Psp


Take a cotton swab (thing you clean your ear with) and go around the laser with it.

Jun 09, 2008 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Psp problem


lens might of been knocked out of alignment.......did you drop it?

Jan 21, 2008 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Psp lags / delayed action


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.

Dec 24, 2007 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Oops,... i dropped my psp


Hey Dude,

All things are fixable. Try going into recovery mode. This is done by Pressing and holding the R button when powering up the PSP. You then can press the brightness control button to see the firmware. This might help you reboot the PSP. If it is worst than this, you may consoder sending it back to Sony for repair, although they usually do not want to fix a Squooshed PSP. I would not tell them you Sat on it. You can call SONY support at 1-800-345-7669.
If you cannot get them to Repair it, you can check out my website, www.Playstationclinic.com . I can fix it for a very reasonable price.

Nov 01, 2007 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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PSP WONT TURN ON


Hi Aflory08,

Best thing to do is Contact SONY Support at 1-800-345-7669 and get into the exchange program.  If Sony want help you due to Warranty Issues, The Playstation Clinic will help you.  Contact Repairtech@PlaystationClinic.com 

Oct 21, 2007 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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