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My son dropped his psp at the barbershop he says the only thing it does know is play music.


  1. I would try removing the battery for a full minute and then reinsert the battery and light reset it.
  2. Should that not work I would try a different game and see how that responds, maybe the game itself might have suffered damage.
  3. If that reset does not work then a hard factory reset can be tried. This will erase all stats and everything and restore it to new out of the box status. Save any data on a USB drive before doing this if you want to keep it. The steps for this are -
  • Power off the game for at least 5 seconds.
  • Now hold down these buttons "select,start, the "square" button, and the "triangle" button all at the same time and then start the PSP up (while still holding them 4 buttons down.
  • At this time the screen will be black for a few seconds while it resets. This is normal, wait for the PSP to light up.
  • When the PSP lights up the hard reset has been performed.
If non of this helps the PSP come to normal then I recommend contacting Sony as it would be possible, at this point, that the PSP has suffered internal damage.

Regards, Tony

May 01, 2011 | Sony Video Game Consoles & Games

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Hey, i have a problem with my sony PSP when i start my PSP the green power light is on but there is nothing to display and the memory stick light keeps flickering too , please help ???


Hello there

You'll need to hard reset your PSP and restore it to its factory settings. Once this is done, your PSP should work perfectly.

Hold the power button on the right side of your PSP down until the device completely powers off. Wait at least five seconds after the power is off before proceeding to the next step.

Press and hold the Select and Start buttons located in the bottom right corner of the PSP.

Press and hold the Square and Triangle buttons (located on the directional pad) while continuing to hold the Select and Start buttons.

Press the power button while holding these four buttons. When the flash (logo) screen appears, you can release the four buttons and your PSP will be reset to its factory settings and the screen will no longer be blank.

Oct 10, 2010 | Sony PSP (Piano Black)

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please go to this link and follow the instructions to perform a hard reset on your PSP.
  • Step 2 Press both clear shoulder buttons at the top of the PSP and keep them held while the PSP reboots. A "Recovery" mode will be initiated.
  • Step 3 Press down on the control pad to locate a "recovery" folder. This will contain all of your PSP content, including games, music, videos and podcasts that are saved on the device. Highlight this folder and press the "X" button to begin reinstalling your content.

  • Read more: How to Reset a Sony PSP | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_4854080_reset-sony-psp.html#ixzz0qo5PPO00
  • Step 2 Press both clear shoulder buttons at the top of the PSP and keep them held while the PSP reboots. A "Recovery" mode will be initiated.
  • Step 3 Press down on the control pad to locate a "recovery" folder. This will contain all of your PSP content, including games, music, videos and podcasts that are saved on the device. Highlight this folder and press the "X" button to begin reinstalling your content.

  • Read more: How to Reset a Sony PSP | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_4854080_reset-sony-psp.html#ixzz0qo5PPO00

    Jun 14, 2010 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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    How to restore default settings


    Hello :

    1. Remove the battery from the left side of the PSP while it is still on. The unit will power down instantly. Wait ten seconds and then replace the battery.
    2. Press both clear shoulder buttons at the top of the PSP and keep them held while the PSP reboots. A "Recovery" mode will be initiated.
    3. Press down on the control pad to locate a "recovery" folder. This will contain all of your PSP content, including games, music, videos and podcasts that are saved on the device. Highlight this folder and press the "X" button to begin reinstalling your content.

    Warnings
    • If you would like to reset your PSP while it is working normally, you can do so by going to the Settings menu and selecting "System Reset." This will get rid of all your content and restore the PSP to factory settings (and subsequently remove all of your content.)

    Or try this for hard resetting :

    1. Locate your Power button on your PSP. Push the power button up for 10 seconds.
    2. The PSP will and should shut off. Leave the PSP off for 30 seconds.
    3. Turn your PSP back on by flicking the power button up very quickly. If it doesn't turn on, try pushing the power button forward very quickly again. (sometimes you have to do it 2-3 times)
    4. Your PSP should be working now. If not, then you may have a firmware problem.
    Warning:
    • Do not have your PSP plugged into a power supply.
    • If your PSP doesn't turn off after 10 seconds (of power button being help up) then remove your battery and wait 30 seconds, and then replace .
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    Jun 08, 2010 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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    How to reset your psp


    Start off by completely shutting off your PSP. Hold start,select,square and triangle and then turn your PSP back on while holding those buttons. Your PSP should now be reset to factory settings.

    Apr 18, 2010 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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    Trying to reset ps 2 to factory


    Hello :


    1: Remove the battery from the left side of the PSP while it is still onThe unit will power down instantly. Wait ten seconds and then replace the battery.
    2: Press both clear shoulder buttons at the top of the PSP and keep them held while the PSP reboots. A "Recovery" mode will be initiated.
    3: Press down on the control pad to locate a "recovery" folder. This will contain all of your PSP content, including games, music, videos and podcasts that are saved on the device. Highlight this folder and press the "X" button to begin reinstalling your content.

    Warnings :
    If you would like to reset your PSP while it is working normally, you can do so by going to the Settings menu and selecting "System Reset." This will get rid of all your content and restore the PSP to factory settings (and subsequently remove all of your content.)

    Or try this for hard resetting :
    1: Locate your Power button on your PSP. Push the power button up for 10 seconds.
    2: The PSP will and should shut off. Leave the PSP off for 30 seconds.
    3: Turn your PSP back on by flicking the power button up very quickly. If it doesn't turn on, try pushing the power button forward very quickly again. (sometimes you have to do it 2-3 times)
    4: Your PSP should be working now. If not, then you may have a firmware problem.


    Warning:
    Do not have your PSP plugged into a power supply.
    If your PSP doesn't turn off after 10 seconds (of power button being help up) then remove your battery and wait 30 seconds, and then replace

    good luck .

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    Apr 05, 2010 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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    My psp was working before but now it suddenly hanged up..i cant use it now..how can i reformat my psp?? do you know some ways???


    Hello :

    1. Remove the battery from the left side of the PSP while it is still on. The unit will power down instantly. Wait ten seconds and then replace the battery.
    2. Press both clear shoulder buttons at the top of the PSP and keep them held while the PSP reboots. A "Recovery" mode will be initiated.
    3. Press down on the control pad to locate a "recovery" folder. This will contain all of your PSP content, including games, music, videos and podcasts that are saved on the device. Highlight this folder and press the "X" button to begin reinstalling your content.

    Warnings
    • If you would like to reset your PSP while it is working normally, you can do so by going to the Settings menu and selecting "System Reset." This will get rid of all your content and restore the PSP to factory settings (and subsequently remove all of your content.)

    Or try this for hard resetting :

    1. Locate your Power button on your PSP. Push the power button up for 10 seconds.
    2. The PSP will and should shut off. Leave the PSP off for 30 seconds.
    3. Turn your PSP back on by flicking the power button up very quickly. If it doesn't turn on, try pushing the power button forward very quickly again. (sometimes you have to do it 2-3 times)
    4. Your PSP should be working now. If not, then you may have a firmware problem.
    Warning:
    • Do not have your PSP plugged into a power supply.
    • If your PSP doesn't turn off after 10 seconds (of power button being help up) then remove your battery and wait 30 seconds, and then replace
    good luck .

    rate please !

    Mar 19, 2010 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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    The enter button of my psp was ''X'', now it's changed to ''O''


    Do you have a Japanese PSP? You can use a custom firmware to change the default button.

    Jul 25, 2009 | Video Game Consoles & Games

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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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    Is there a Reset button on a PSP and if so where is it. If not how do I reset the PSP back to its first settings.


    Disconnect the power cord / remove battery and hold down the power button. Most hardware, it works.

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

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