I bought a psp with 3.40 OE-A Firmware off ebay, it plays mx unleashed, scarface, and the nester emulator, but will not play any GTA or the network update says game could not be started with a number underneath
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Re: Game could not start
Do you use a backed up gta? (an iso or a cso)
or a UMD?
if you do use a UMD i dont see why it wont start
if u use a backed up game
you can try tweaking the cpu speed to run faster
i think i did that before , GTA LCS and it worked
You may need to downgrade your PSP for some Games require a lower "." number.
there is a way to save your "3.40 and OE-A Firmware" loads on your computer to load again for another days gaming... however, i don't know how to do that.
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your psp is prob v 1.5 and has been tricked by a program to beleive it is a higher version so an play other games, it can be reversed, there is lots to learn on it if you google psp v 7.5, hope that helps
hi your previous psp version is 3.80 m33 if yes your using custom firmware that why you can play game to your memory stick the problem is you upgrade your psp firmware to sony official firmware 5.01 you reinstall your firwmware again using custom firmware like 5.00 m33-3 cfw below with m33 or OE
An OE-C firmware is not an official firmware, and is rather old. The fact that it has a recovery menu is another indication that it is not official. My bet is that since your firmware is so dated, it can't run some of your newer games. Update your firmware either to a more recent custom firmware or to the latest Sony official firmware (you won't be able to play your ISOs though).
When you play a new game for the first time, the psp checks for the
firmware version of your psp. If a newer version is available, the disc
will require you to update your psp. If you do not update the game
cannot be played. If you update, you MUST charge the battery 1st. Then,
you must have the charge plugged in and allow the update to run
uninterrupted. If you remove the game or unplug the charger during the
update the bios chip will be ruined and you now have little more than a
"brick". When this happens, the unit completely locks up and has to be
replaced. Basically, it corrupts the operating system and there is no
ability to restore default settings as a back-up.