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I would advise on reinstalling the firmware with a pandora battery setup. Else, you may be able to insert a copy of Hellcat's recovery flasher onto your MMS and have it install a new firmware for you through the recovery menu. It just depends on how broken your PSP's firmware is at this time. The Wololo.net forums are your friend on this one.
Hi. Since you're in UMD Autoload mode, you need to configure that in the PSP Settings. To do this, turn off your PSP and remove your UMD. Now, turn it back on and it won't autoload your UMD since it wasn't there anymore.
Now, go to "Settings" and scroll down to "System Settings" and press X. Scroll down again the selection until you see "UMD Auto-Start" and press X. At the right side will appear the options "ON" and "OFF". Select "OFF" and press O button several times to go back to main screen.
Insert your UMD. Now, try playing games from Memory Stick. You may have to turn off your PSP and turn it on again to finally play homebrew...
I hope this helps...
What you need to do is disable the umd from within the custom firmware menu. Completely turn off the PSP (hold the power button up until it turns off). Then while holding the right shoulder button, turn the PSP on. The recovery menu will load. Select configuration and then disable the "no umd" option. Exit from the recovery menu and insert a umd disc into the PSP. Make sure auto start is also disabled in the PSP menu settings. You should now be able to run your game.
If it's stuck on No, there is a problem with one of your buttons. Either R, L, or one of the buttons along the home/start/select strip is stuck down. The best way to check this is to get a game, like daxter, that uses all of these functions. Load it up, start a new game, and test your buttons 1 by 1.
well you slide the power button up to turn it on . boot up scree for sony should come up if you get a blank screen double check screen check to see if you have a light image in the black screen if you do *********** board is dead if it's just a black screen you could have someone reflash the firmware but if you get a boot up screen you should wait and see if the psp load screen comes up if you get a plain backround or your wall paper eject the umd if you are brought to the xmd bar your umd is bad need it replace or a firmware update
you have turn off the psp then take out battery then look at laser then move it to the right and put the game in then go to auto start if on turn off then go to ad hoc mode change channel to 6 reboot it
u need to take the psp apart for this one. take off the front cover and turn it over. remove the buttons from the back of the psp and clean with isopropyl alcohol. leave to dry. replace. then clean the touch pad of the x/o buttons with same. put back together and should now be ok. if this doesn't solve the problem its time to buy a new x/ o buttons pad. ebay £5.