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My sons psp is not showing the start up menu. When turned on a wave goes across the screen and a loading circle appears in the right hand corner

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  • Anonymous Mar 10, 2010

    Thank you for your help. Did whst you said, games and movies still dont load.

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Remove the UMD (the game) from your UMD drive.

Go to System< System Settings< Restore Default Settings.

Posted on Mar 10, 2010

Testimonial: "Thanx heaps, my son may have dropped it putting the laser out of line, 12 month warrenty just ended. Thanx again for your help"

  • Anonymous Mar 10, 2010

    Take your battery out and leave it for a min or so
    then go back and turn it on....if
    that doesnt work....you may have a problem with your hardware.

    The disc reader is unable to read the disc, if the device was dropped - then the laser may have been dislodged. I would recommend contacting Sony about the problem because if it is a hardware issue, they should look at it because they are professionals at the device.


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