Problem with CFW

Discussion in 'PSP - Hacking & Homebrew' started by giventime, Jul 8, 2012.

  1. giventime
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    I just bought a used PSP with the 6.60 pro b9 custom firmware installed. Everything was alright until a couple of days ago I turned it off accidentally, and when I wanted to boot again the cfw, it would just show the white psp screen and then it would turn off completely. I tried turning it on again and there were no problems, I just can't get the custom firmware to work again. Could you help me here, please?
     
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    What PSP model is it?
     
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    It's a PSP-2001
     
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    If there's an /seplugins/ folder on the memory stick, rename it to something else and see if the issue stops.
     
  5. giventime
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    Already tried that, and it's still not working...
     
  6. demonicstrife

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    http://procfw.googlecode.com/files/660PRO-B10.fix1.rar

    Download that version and replace the "UPDATE" and "FastRecovery" in your GAME folder with the one from that download. Load up the updater, and if it works, choose to reinstall. It should hopefully fix it, as well as update your CFW.
     
  7. giventime
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    It's not working either, it keeps turning off...
     
  8. demonicstrife

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    Sounds like there might be issues with your actual firmware then. Since you're on 6.60, which is the latest, you could try downgrading (then upgrading back to 6.60 if you choose).

    You can grab that here.

    Get the 6.20 update or higher.
     
  9. Alaude

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    hmm...... did u try booting it into recovery menu by holding R and then turning on the PSP?
     
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    It's working again! Thank you everyone who tried to help me, I'm really grateful!