Let me begin by saying that I've scoured google for about two hours now searching for a possible fix and nothing has worked for me. I have TaiHenkaku working properly currently along with my other homebrew stuff, and Adrenaline was working just fine yesterday; I was able to play psp games and everything, but today I attempted to add two more games: Jeanne D'arc and Harvest Moon. Everything was running smoothly until I attempted to actually start the games. Whenever I'd go to the memory card button that shows what games you have installed, adrenaline would crash and give an error. After repeated attempts I tried rebuilding the database in the easyinstall bubble, not knowing what it would actually do in all honesty. After it did its thing I tried to open adrenaline again, to which I was met with an error immediately and it simply refused to open. Now with the situation 10 times worse than before, I went to the easyinstall bubble again and tried to uninstall adrenaline so I could reinstall it entirely, but now easyinstall couldn't find the actual adrenaline files and wouldn't let me uninstall at all, the only options available being the advanced options which had previously failed me. I've attempted to delete the adrenaline stuff myself through FTP along with the vpk and the entire adrenaline folder in pspemu, and reinstalling exactly as I had previously before everything went to hell, and I got the same result of adrenaline not opening. So now I am left with an unusable psp game (because adrenaline is using it) and easyinstall being completely dysfunctional no matter what I do. As I said I already tried looking for possible fixes, but nothing I found was related to my problem at all. My last possible idea would be to back up any save data I have and wipe my vita entirely and start from scratch, but I don't want to do that unless if there's absolutely nothing I can do. Any help would be greatly appreciated and if these kinds of threads don't belong here then I apologize, I literally just made an account now so I could ask for help.