Hardware Motherboard replacement

Ziggy Zigzagoon

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So, someone I know wanted to play a game that needed an update. I tried to stop someone so that someone can use CFW with the PSP 3000, but someone did not care and upgraded. Unfortunately, someone decided to not go through the upgrade, so someone removed the voltaic pile (the "battery") mid-upgrade. The PSP got bricked. (I wanted to jump out of the window for what I did.)

From what I read, one of the options, other than buying a new one (no warranty), is replacing the motherboard. From what I see, I could either:
  • buy a new motherboard
  • swap the motherboard from my PSP 3000 with someone's PSP 3000 broken motherboard (I am planning on buying the PSP Go, since I pirate.)
Is either a viable option?
 

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