Wifi problem

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  1. ZeroTm
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    Hello Tempers,

    I bought an used psp-1000 system a week or so ago and the wifi worked just fine untiln now. Everytime I try to get online,
    I get this error code: "An internal
    error has occured. (80410A0B) How can I fix this and can I still play with my friends per adhoc?
     
  2. Jolan

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    I hear it's a Hardware problem. Like...in the motherboard. Unfixable.
     
  3. ZeroTm
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    So adhoc doesn't work?
     
  4. steve-p

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    did you reflash it?
    if you didnt, try.
    also, someone may have messed it up with a pandora - try searching on keyvault repair.

    but before that, go into the system menu & do a factory-settings restore.
     
  5. CrashmanX

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    Now why would any of those have anything to do with the WiFi? I can understand thinking resetting the System Settings might fix it, but if what I'm assuming is correct, his WiFi antenna is just broken. Its quite plausible you'll need to find a replacement. You may just have to open up your PSP and poke around a bit. Might be bad contact, might be something else.
     
  6. steve-p

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    keyvault contains a lot of data and seed values.
    i'm pretty sure some relate to wifi.

    it could be in antenna unplugged from the board, but you can check that by trying to use the net with the psp up against the router - there should be enough signal like that even without the antenna.