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A connection error has occured(80410A0B) Connection

Hey, i have been using the internet on my psp ever day. Now, today, when i try to connect, a message comes up and says (A connection error has occured(80410A0B) Connection Name --- SSID ---. Also, the wifi light doesnt come on. Help, pleaz, im starting to have withdraw!!!!!

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  • Anonymous Mar 21, 2009

    my psp connection used to work fine until one day it said a connection error has occured. (8008273A)

  • Anonymous Mar 24, 2009

    My PSP started saying it coundn't connect to the internet

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Error Codes : (80110404), (80410A0B), (8008273A)

Its because of ....

- Possible device/software malfunction
+ Restart device / take out the battery
+ Restore default settings
+ If none of this works, you can send it back to SONY.

Posted on Jul 24, 2008

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