1. shadowdorothy

    OP shadowdorothy Advanced Member
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    I bought a used PSP Go, formatted the internal memory and then connected my PSN account. I went onto the store and tried to download my PS classics onto my PSP Go. It asked if I wanted to disconnect from the account the Go was linked to. I said yes.

    So far so good. It then tells me to activate the PSP Go so I can download my games. Did that. Went to download my classic games, and here is where I am getting troubles.

    It starts trying to download. After a minute or two, it suddenly says that it will take from 340 minutes to 450 minutes. For a 200MB game! I downloaded it the other day on my PS3 and it took all of 5 minutes.

    Everything seems fine with my wi-fi and Go, but I don't know what the problem is. Does anyone know what I can do to fix this?
     
  2. CrashmanX

    CrashmanX Current project: SD Gundam G Generation Overworld
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    Suggestion: Download VIA PS3, then transfer to the GO VIA a USB cable.

    Alternative: Double check Wi-Fi settings and Wi-Fi connection strength. Make sure you're at full bars and not partial.
     
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  3. shadowdorothy

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    I have 95% signal strength. It's only when I try to download from the PS store that I have a problem. Guess I'll just trasnfer from my PS3. Thank you.
     
  4. pokefloote

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    Is the Go using power save mode? It cuts wifi strength to save energy.
     
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