PSP Superbrick

Discussion in 'PSP - Games & Content' started by warmijwilfaain, Jul 13, 2008.

Jul 13, 2008

PSP Superbrick by warmijwilfaain at 12:42 PM (874 Views / 0 Likes) 3 replies

  1. warmijwilfaain
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    Member warmijwilfaain War Mage MILF

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    My friend (no, not me [​IMG]) was viewing an image on his recently purchased PSP. He has recently gone on to 4.01M33-2 CFW, and has had no problems with it so far.

    However, he went into sleep mode on said image, and has not been able to turn on the PSP ever since. We tried charging it, however no orange light showed, and turning it on resulted in no light showing too.

    Do you think this is a problem with the motherboard? Either way, any help is greatly appreciated.

    Thanks a lot! x
     
  2. suppachipmunk

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    What about taking the battery out, waiting five minutes, then putting it back in. Then try to turn it on.

    Or use the pandora battery to put it in service mode, then pull the battery out and replace with the original?

    If this doesnt work, you may have to use the pandoras battery and magic memstick to re flash his psp with the custom firmware.

    I havent experienced anything like this as I am still on 3.90m33-3

    Hope this helps...

    suppachipmunk
     
  3. warmijwilfaain
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    Update...!?!?!

    He was staring at it and crying and sulking and possibly dying internally, seriously, when his PSP just randomly turned on. He didn't even press anything!!!

    ... Honestly, I have no clue [​IMG]
     
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    Another gbatemp mystery solved
     

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