Question about Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console
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....
i dont wanna play slow mo games....
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
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
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
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...
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.
Posted on May 27, 2009
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