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New psp I just got a psp from a friend in the usa I have no disks I don't know how to get it working I do have the cables I have turned it on & put date etc... but when I try to conect it says I have no access points I don't know what channel to go on etc.. or what to do I am going a little ape lol I did get a user manual of the net but it is of not much help I live on the Goldcoast in QLD any body live close I could meet up or ph them for help Cheers Rowey

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Im live in New Zealand and would be happy to help, 006434728978 ask for Thomas or email me,
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How to put games to my psp.


First, download the emulater for the type of rom (Game) you have. then download the Kxploit tool(get them both at PSP-hacks.com) unzip the emulator and start up the Kxploit tool, it will ask for the file name in the first column, just give it any name. then it will ask for the EBOOT.PBP file directory. tell the proggy where the EBOOT>PBP file is(where you unzipped it) then it will ask where is you PSP (connect your PSP via USB and go to my computer and see what drive letter says the psp) then go back to the Kxploit and select the letter. then click Generate and then you will get a pop up window telling you it worked. now go to my computer and go to X/PSP/GAME/EMULATOR U CHOSE, then place the rom(s) next to the EBOOT>PBP file and your all set, just ignore the SECOND EMULATOR U CHOSE%, and if you find a curropted data when running the emu, ignore it DO NOT DELETE IT>
hope that helps-solargame

or try this...

how to transfer a downloaded game to s psp from pc...

sometimes when we download games from internet, how can we put the downloaded games to PSP on PC? (Note: You must have a hacked PSP to do this.)


1.Connect your hacked PSP to your computer with a USB cable.
2.Turn on the PSP.
3.After detecting your PSP as a hard disk, open the disk to read your memory stick. Find the "ISO" folder in it (any hacked PSP has a ISO folder at the root of the memory stick).If not make a new folder named ISO.
4.
Put the game with postfix .ISO or .CSO on the "ISO" folder. (If you download a rar file or zip file, you should extract the file then select the ISO or CSO file.)

5.Disconnect the PSP and PC(click on safely remove hardware before disconnecting for safety). Turn Off the PSP completely. Turn the PSP back on holding down the R key. On the Red menu, go to Configuration and change UMD mode to M33 Driver - NO UMD. Click Back and Exit the Red Menu. You can now run the game without a UMD in the back. Find the game and try to run it on PSP.
6.If you can't open the game, make sure you put the right file on the right folder
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simple tips...
  • You can also put movies from dvd to psp with the same way, but don't forget put the movie to the "Video" folder. The same goes for music.
  • Look for games to download online such as off of PSPshare or other websites.

Things You'll Need
  • PSP
  • USB Cable
  • Computer
  • Enough memory required for the game

if you think that this help you please rate me..

Jun 05, 2011 | Sony PlayStation Portable Slim Pink...

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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.

Mar 07, 2010 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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My son just got PSP 3001 for Xmas...wont charge or even turn on.


Take it back to retailer if he got it for xmas it's well within the 90return date.

Jan 29, 2010 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Connect a USB Cable.


do a full power off on the PSP, ie hold the power button for 5 seconds until it properly turns off. a short slide of the power button only puts it in standby mode.

also (on the PSP) check under Settings > USB Auto Connect (ON) - ensure this is enabled. makes it easy to connect USB with this turned on. but you need an up to date firmware on the PSP for this setting.

still no go?
try and restart the computer and plug the PSP back in once you have your desktop up.

Sep 22, 2009 | Sony PSP-3000 Silver Console

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Usa and eur


you should be able to. that is what you are doing when you play live on the PSP. now as far as trying to put his game in to your system then that will not operate but his game in his system and your game in your system you should not have any problems.

Mar 30, 2009 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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My son's psp will read some games but not all of them. What is wrong with it?


It could be that the outer casing is broken or the disk isn't spinning right inside the outer casing. I had this problem with a game my friend gave me. The case was broken so it didn't work. If the disk doesn't spin fast enough, it will cause a read error . I learned this also. I have seen replacement cases for psp games so you can always put the game in another case.

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Psp UMD disc won't work.


try to turn umb auto start off on system settings turn off system put disk in and try again

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How do i put music on my psp?


hi. you sound like you need some help with a psp. well 1st you cant put music on it i am sure so if you bought it to do that then you should give it back

Oct 29, 2008 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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PSP "DISK COLUD NOT BE READ"


when a psp is starting to read a disk, it takes up 333 mhz of processing power to to read it. thas why u dont see anything when u come from off or sleep into on w/ games inside of teh drive. its normal. all psp's do that. now ur laser is bad get another drive or use rubbing alcohol on a qtip and clean it,


plz rate thnx

Jul 13, 2008 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Psp saving games


disk cleanup of the memory sticks

do this:
- connect the psp to a pc w/ a USB cable
- turn on USB mode
-open' my computer'
- right click on the icon of the memry stck then click properties
-click disk cleanup

Jan 06, 2008 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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