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3.03 OE-B update - Will not run!

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by pringle, Jan 11, 2007.

  1. pringle

    pringle Member

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    Hi everyone,

    I just got a PSP - thought I would try it out and so far I love it.

    I Changed my firmware to the 3.03 OE-A update sucessfully by following the walkthrough but for the life of me, what should be the simplest part will not work at all! Im trying to run the 3.03 OE-B update and all I get is the following error:

    The game could not be started.
    (8002148)


    I think I have done everything Right - I have extracted the update archive to my memory stick root, then I placed the OEB_UPDATE folder containing the EBOOT.PBP in my GAME folder. (this is the only way I can get the update to show in my game section)

    So it goes I:\PSP\GAME\OEB_UPDATE\EBOOT.PBP

    The remaining files and folders from the update archive I have left where they were extracted to in the root. I see the update in my Games section and it runs ok, get that funky guitar noise and a sony logo then the screen goes black - there is a funny beep and I receive the above error, then the PSP just returns to menu!

    I have formatted my memory stick several times and repeated the process - even downloaded the file again several times but same result each time. Could anyone help at all? Am I doing something stupid? My PSP started as a 2.01 firmware version. I downgraded to 1.50 before running the Upgrade as I was advised.

    Am sorry for the long post but thought I would get everything down as I know how annoying it is when someone is asking for help and dosent include relevant info.

    Hope someone can help! Great work here guys btw!

    Dave
     
  2. Athrun_C

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    But the "OEB_UPDATE" folder into "GAME150"...
     
  3. xxJOKERxx

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    yea all you really have to do is put the OE-B update folder in GAME150 instead of the GAME folder

    then it should run fine
    really fast to upate too
     
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  4. pringle

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    Hi,

    Thanks for the reply. I have tried that.

    I put the OEB_UPDATE folder in I:\MS_ROOT\PSP\GAME150 - but If I leave it there and do not put it in the GAME folder I cannot see the update in my game section to run it. I have also placed the folder in both GAME and GAME150 so there is a copy in each and I still get the error message :( .....
     
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    hmm that sux
    download it again
    see if that works

    O uhh shut down ur psp and turn it on again while its STARTING to turn on hold R shoulder pad
    it should take u to a pink screen go to config and tell me what the
    folder leads to 303/150
     
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  6. pringle

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    Have done...several times - makes no difference still same....maybe I did something wrong with my previous updates/downdates? God knows... no fair - everyones elses works sweet!
     
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    its really not that great exept for bug fixes
     
  8. pringle

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    Yea everything works fine.....I just saw something about higher video resolution? I havent tried any video on my PSP yet but obviously higher resolution is better...so just wanted to have the latest for that really....
     

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