Question about Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console
Was this playstations update or a 2nd party update?
contact sony for a replacement.
if secound party
there is some downgrade tools there.
you can buy a mod chip and install it
you can buy a new motherboard
Youve at least corrupted your nand.
So you will need a pandora battery and a magic memory stick with a non corrupt nand for 3.90m33-2 (if you have a slim, then you must use a slims nand, fat must use fat).
put in the mem stick
put in the batt
click whatever button you need to to restore nand
turn it back on, if you have the BSOD, then you have corrupted your id storage keys.
If by some chance you used a key cleaner previously, then you have a copy of your specific storage keys.
You can reinstall them using the same method as the nand
if you dont have a backup of the id storage, you have to buy a new motherboard as the mod chip will not fix it
Posted on Aug 03, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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