Memory Stick problem

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Nov 2, 2008

Memory Stick problem by Pimpmynintendo at 6:45 AM (1,063 Views / 0 Likes) 8 replies

  1. Pimpmynintendo
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    I have a PSP 2000 with 5.00 M33-3/3.71 fatmsmod and I bought a new Memory Stick(yes it is a fake) and when I start the PSP with the memory stick the PSP will turn on(green light on) but the screen will stay blank and I can't turn my PSP off, I have to take out the memory stick and the battery and it will work again. I can also turn on the PSP and then insert the memory stick and it will work. Is there a way I can fix it to where I can fix it to where I can turn it on without having to take out the stick every time?
     
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    how big is your memory stick? if its 8-16 gig then you will need the fatmsmod. but if its lower then you dont. also, i make an effort never to buy the sony branded memory sticks. i like the sandisk.
     
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    i thought only the Magic Gate memory stick can only get you custom frimware
     
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    You are right but I said I already installed the CFW
     
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    That's just plain wrong. The fatmsmod patch is to apply the 3.71 firmware's memory stick driver.

    Sounds like you're running some kind of Pandora set up with a Time Machine IPL on your old MS you're unaware of. I take it someone else cfw'd your PSP? If not are you sure it's a regular battery? If that battery was used to install cfw use something like Hellcats Pandora Installer to convert it back to normal. Then it should work fine
     
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    No I did it myself with a guide
    I downloaded Hellcats Pandora Installer and it said I had a battery that could not be patched. When I made the battery I didn't make it through patching I made it through modding the battery and cutting something then reconnecting the cut parts with mechanical pencil which was one of the options in the guide.
     
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    Well it sounds like your battery is still a Pandora and that the restore was unsuccessful. Either set up a Multi-IPL or Time Machine IPL on your Memory stick or get a new battery.
     
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    Sounds like you didn't reconnect it right. I didnt even know you could use pencil, I though it has to be re soldered. Good luck.
     
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    YOU ARE AWESOME. I reopened the battery and reapplied the mechanical pencil(it seems to fade after being used for awhile so I guess I need to reapply it every once in awhile)
    Thank you for your help everybody some of this PSP stuff is kind of confusing to me while the rest comes easy.
     

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