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PSP speed UMD/ISO wont change

HELP!
My psp plays games slowly!!
I went to the Recovery menu then to CPU SPeed then tried to change the SPeed in UMD/ISO but it wont change even if i press it!!!!1
It's currently in 75 and wont change....
The speed in XMB changes when i press X but the psps speed wont change....
huhuhu
Please help!
i dont wanna play slow mo games....

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Cerfer39
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SOURCE: psp umd problems

Clean the lasers lens with Glass Cleaner and a cotton swab. Do not use Alcohol, it will damage the lens. Also, I know they have UMD disc cleaner on Ebay. Another thing is to open the Internet explorer and click on the toolbox and delete cookies and offline files. This also may free up memory.

Posted on Nov 15, 2007

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SOURCE: PSP can't read UMD movies

check first that you are using version 3.71 which i image you are if you bought in asia ( main menu system information)
regardles of wheter you are on this version or not i'm damm sure is not a sony release of the firmware you bough in asia :-)

shut down PSP hold power button 4 - 10 seconds or until light goes out.


restart PSP holding down R button to access recovery mode.
go to configuration,
check fake regioon currently disabled. and free umd region currently dissabled ( use x button to enter sub menus and toggle possible options)

Posted on Mar 08, 2008

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SOURCE: PSP Error 80020148 when playing FIFA 08 UMD

alright turn off your psp by holding down the power switch for atleast five seconds. when it is turned off hold down the right trigger (the R1 button) then at the same time hold down the power switch button to get to the recovery menu. after that go to configuration then somewhere amongst all of the displayed lines one of them should either say no umd or umd required toward the end of the text. if it says umd required change it to where it says no umd. then go back and go to advance then advance configuration and disable all and this should solve your problem. hope i helped.

Posted on Jan 10, 2009

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SOURCE: my psps firmware is 5.50 and i want to downgrade it to 5.0 without pandora battery..

There's various methods of doing this to be honest.

The best one I have is one I used a couple of years ago here...

http://pspupdates.qj.net/Tutorial-How-to-unbrick-your-PSP-via-Pandora-Battery/pg/49/aid/100693

It tells you step by step what to do. It will take a while so make sure you set aside a couple of hours for it!

I will also email you the link just in case it doesn't work on here.

Best of luck dude.

Craig

Posted on May 27, 2009

vincepeterco
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SOURCE: My PSP cant play any games any more

update your PSP's firmware to 5.00 -thats my psp firmware

Posted on Jun 18, 2009

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SOURCE: i have psp loaded with 3.90 M33 and i cannot play

that version is fairly old and newer games will not load from that cfw. if you upgrade to gen d2 or gen d3 it should sort it as they are the newist and im playing dantes inferno on gen d2

Posted on Apr 18, 2010

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All games on my psp runs in slow motion


Hi,

Please follow the below steps

1. First goto recovery menu
2.Choose CONFIGURATION,change UMD MODE to M33 DRIVER -NO UMD-
3.Choose CPU SPEED,make UMD/ISO - 333/166
4.Choose CPU SPEED,make XMB - 333/166

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My psp works really good but when i try to play games or movies it starts to slow down and flicker


1. Set “UMD Mode” to M33 driver NO UMD
The PSP firmware version was 3.71 M33 but is also tested with higher versions like 3.8 M33. These firmware versions should have the UMD mode to M33 NO UMD.

To set the following you need to go to the Configuration Page. To go there you need to:
i. Turn off your PSP
ii. Press and hold the R button. While doing that slide and hold the power button up. This would turn on your PSP. You should hold until the black screen appears saying “M33 Recovery Menu Configuration”
iii. If the PSP just turns on to the normal menu, just repeat the two steps above.

2. Set “Use VshMenu” to Disabled.
It is also in the configuration page. Use the steps above and you should be able to find it.
Now after these two steps, if you continue no further, your PS would run faster – but only for the menu screen. The menu would be fast and really responsive. However, try playing a game. You would notice that loading is still slow and the gameplay is still played in slow motion


3. Set the CPU speed to Default.
Now this is really important. The CPU may not really be used when playing music or in the menu screen but its very important when you play games.
There are two settings you need to adjust. Speed in XMB and Speed in UMD/ISO. For us normal users we just need to set these two to “Default”.
After this, your PSP should be running ok. However, I recommend that you do another step which would also help the performance of your PSP.

4. Free up memory from your Memory Stick.
You can do this using two methods. One, you could connect your PSP to your PC using a USB cable. Two, you could remove your memory stick and use a card reader. I prefer the second method but you may use any of the two.


Method Two: Remove your memory stick and use a card reader.
Freeing up memory is easy, if you know what files to remove. As my friend is not really using her PSP for music and videos, majority of her files are game files. What she does is that she just puts games that she really plays. I recommend doing the same for your PSP.
Game files are located at the folder named “ISO”. The game files have a .CSO file name extension. You don’t need to delete them. Just transfer them to your hard disk. That way, when you want to play them again, you just have to transfer them back to your memory stick.
But if you have music and video files that take up much space, I recommend that you look into those first. Normally you would like to have at least 500MB of free disk space. You’d need the space for your game saves.

My friends have done the steps above with ease and have solved their slow PSP problems. Most of them, if not all, had to do all four mentioned above. The first three usually solves the problem.

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THE DOWNGRADE OF PSP


hi,
prior to your issue ,basically try this method
1)If you have a custom firmware 4.01 M33-2 or higher

Check all your settings, in Recovery mode. (hold R as you turn on your psp)

Configuration >
UMD Mod (currently : Sony NP9660 -NO UMD-)
Use VSH Menu (corrently) : Enabled
Autrun program : Disabled
CPU Speed : 333 <...........> Default.. Optimum : 222

Advanced > Advanced Configuration :
Plain modules in UMD/ISO : Disabled
Execute BOOT.BIN in UMD/ISO : Disabled

click SELECT and > < and ^ v check all your settings..

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2)this link can asst u cos there plenty of ways
http://pspupdates.qj.net/ good luck mate ,rate me pls!!!!!

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Had the same problem also but just solved it..
Just go to Recovery then Advanced>Advanced Cofiguration>Execute BOOT.BIN in UMD/ISO --> Set this to Disabled..

Good luck!

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Ok, your psp CPU clock speed is set to low speed.. 2 way to change:

1. If your psp has VSH menu enable.. : press "select" button, a small window will appear, otherwise its set to "disable".. See at "CPU CLOCK XMB" must set as "default". use left-right d-pad to change it. if vsh menu is disable you can try 2nd way.

2. Boot PSP under Recovery menu ( Hold R-trigger when turn on your psp ).. under M33 menu select "CPU Speed" then press "X", select "Speed in XMB" and "Speed in UMD" to setting as "Default" by pressing "X" button a few times.

Hopefully this help.! Pls post back should you need additional information, and also Show your Appreciation, to help other USER.

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Psp


First Tell me about your PSP firmware Version. If its a orginal SONY firmware you can't play the games from the memory stick. If you are in custom firmware follow this procedure.

1.press the SELECT button so you will get the M33 VSH MENU

CPU Clock XMB - Default
CPU Clock GAME - Default
USB Device - Memory Stick
UMD ISO MODE - Sony NP9660
ISO VIDEO MOUNT - NONE

Make sure that its showing as per the above values. if not change it to the above values.

If still the problem continues check these too..

Go to the recovery menu.>>> configuration >>> Game folder homebrew (currently: 3.XX or 4.XX kernel)

if its showing 1.50 change it to 3.xx or 4.xx

also

Go to Recovery >> Advanced >> Advanced Configuration
and make sure that both the options are Disabled.....

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try turning the psp completely off.
Now turn it on while holding the R button.
that should bring up the recovery menu.
Hit
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alright turn off your psp by holding down the power switch for atleast five seconds. when it is turned off hold down the right trigger (the R1 button) then at the same time hold down the power switch button to get to the recovery menu. after that go to configuration then somewhere amongst all of the displayed lines one of them should either say no umd or umd required toward the end of the text. if it says umd required change it to where it says no umd. then go back and go to advance then advance configuration and disable all and this should solve your problem. hope i helped.

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Ok...this sounds crazy but it happened to one of my PSPs. I updated the firmware on my system and the menu started stalling and taking a long time to respond. I shut the PSP all the way down....holding the power button until the light shuts off (about 4 or 5 seconds)...Hold the R button and power the system on again (you should be in recovery mode)...go to CPU speed and make sure it is either set at "Default" or "222"....I belive 222 is the default setting....also make sure the UMD is also set at "Default" or 222....if you're going to use the UMD.

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