1. KrypicX

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    Hello. Please read everything before replying me!
    I have an psp 2000 slim ta-086v3 motherboard and also non working umd. It was 6.20 cfw so i decided to upgrade it to 6.61 ofw and then flash it with pro-c. When I was updating to 6.61 ofw it comes to %99 and bounces to %84 and repeats this over again and again. So i decided to remove battery. I removed it and then putted it back. And boom. Waving animation and nothing (its semi brick). so i searched at forums etc. and then booting it with START + SELECT + TRIANGLE + CIRCLE and then boots up and intial setup. I did it and then I've had access to XMB. And tried to install pro-c fast recovery and boom! i have access to Recovery Menu!!! Okay so i restarted the psp and its still semi-brick. Only works if i use the combo when booting. Also i have a copy of flash0. That flash has 6.61 version.
    I'll be so happy if someone helps me!
    Also i have unlimited time so if someone helps me today ima be happy : )
     
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    Still no replies?
     
  3. leon315

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    psp2000 is brick proof: use pandora battery to enter recovery mode, then flash back ur nand
     
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  4. KrypicX

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    my mother board is not compliatable with pandora battery and mms

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    what should i do please help
     
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    can u still enter recovery mode by pressing R while turn on psp?
     
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    yes i can
     
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    then u r luck: ur psp is still alive :) there's an option to restore fw, but unfortunately i can't remember the folder structure and which FW u should download, since it's been so many years since last time i touched my psp, try to google ''psp how to use recovery menu''
     
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    okay! ima try. thanks for replying i've been waiting for 2 weeks.

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    hey i found something that reinstalls the fw from recovery menu. but the problem is which frimware should i install except 6.61 6.60 etc.

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    nvm ima just try 5.50 gen d3
     
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    Why not go to the latest available CFW for your PSP instead?
     
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    Hi,

    Can you check if you can see the "UMD-reading" icon on the lower right corner of the screen? If yes, then the freezing issue is caused by the broken UMD drive.

    You can either open the door when booting until you see the XMB or use a plugin that disables the UMD drive.
     
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    Actually my umd drive isn't working.
     
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    That's exactly what he said. Since it isn't working, it may be causing an error, so you need to disable it completely.
     
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    There's an option in the recovery menu, something along the lines of boot recovery file and the directory from which the file will be loaded. Pure speculation as I've never had the need to recover my device and never done this, but wouldn't putting the update title inside the directory listed on the option and running said option boot the update file and allow you to recover your psp??
     
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    I did that too many times but still soft bricked psp
     
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    Did you do what I've posted? Did you checked your PSP if there is a UMD-reading icon on the lower right portion of the screen when you boot it up?

    I'm positive that your problem is caused by the UMD drive. Use the plugin linked here to disable the drive.

    Good luck and I hope you'll fix your PSP.
     
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    Firstly thanks. The problem is when i update to 6.61 it comes at %99 and then comes back to %84 and reeats this over again and again. Also i tried noumd plugin when i was had soft brick but still non working
     
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