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You have to check B+ from Regulator power output ( Transformer) make sure The 5Volt to IC program (EEPROM) is exist, it means that regulator power is Active or no problem, you only need to check such as Transistor or diode Zener in regulator area is weaken or damage.

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Press the Playback button (the right-pointing triangle, just to the right of the MENU button) to enter the Playback mode then press the MENU button to bring up the Playback menu. Copy is the seventh item on this menu.

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It can be the TV Tuner Card.See this:
Operating System
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Processor (CPU)
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  • TrueTheater 3D playback: Pentium D 950 (3.0GHz), AMD Athlon 64 X2 3800+ or above
  • DVD playback: Pentium 4 (2.4 GHz), Athlon 64 2800+ (1.8 GHz) or above
Graphics Processor (GPU)
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Memory
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Display Device
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Try this (for those that didn't have any wireless coverage and M33 CFW installed.):
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2. Click [R] trigger at the right shoulder.
3. Keep it pressed, and turn on your PSP while you press it.
4. Go to registry hack>Enable WMA Playback.
5. Exit

Try this (for those that have wireless coverage and OE FW installed.):
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