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My psp always come out [the game could not be started .(80020321)]

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I can't play any of my games anymore. I always get a reply "The games could not be started" (80020321).


This is a problem occurring in all the psp consoles....... this is mainly because of the poor quality of the disc,.....as a result it leads to the damage of ur PSP lens..............use good original discs........the heating effect is due to the long usage of pirated discs ...
check your lens if its working good then better download this Repair Guide for further information .........
CLICK HERE to download

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My psp2000 slim has an error 80020321. When start the game it deos not starts it shows (The game could not be started)(80020321).I tried to fix but i could not.It could show the setting of memory stick by...


there could be 2 problems
  1. your game might not be downloaded properly ..or completely
  2. Go to the recovery console on yr psp2000 (turn off psp press on R button & turn on your psp while pressing on the button) & change the driver to D33 driver. 

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its maybe cause you have no UMD and you"re trying to run an ISO file. to fix this, you can press select button and choose in the UMD mount mode: SONY NP6990. if this isnt working just put an iso in your UMD drive.

Sep 27, 2009 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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80020321


ok u have to download an psp emulator and custom firmware

Aug 24, 2009 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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When i started a game in my PSP without the sample disc it gave


Stop messing with your PSP's recovery settings and just play normally. Changing 2 or mroe settings that are incompatible can mess up protocols inside the PSP os.

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Now I'm so Sick ! OF MY PSP CAUSE WHEN I PLAY GAME IT ALWAYS SAY THE GAME COULD NOT BE STARTED (80020321) PLEASE I VERY NEED HELP HELP ME!

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press select and change the UMD **** from normal to sony NP9660

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