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HELP - can blue screen of death be fixed using PANDORA?

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  1. mikes_cmn

    mikes_cmn Member

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    I was using 3.71 M33-5 and had just successfully updated to 3.9 m33. It was working fine. I was able to play a couple of games already.

    However, I noticed that my custom theme had disappeared so I decided to copy the theme and it's folders to my flash0. So after I copied the files to flash0, I exited the recovery menu.

    To my surprise, I was faced with this blue screen of death (Setting information is corrupted. Press the O button and restore default settings)

    I pressed the O button and it restarted. But after that I kept getting it again and again. And the more recent tries, pressing the O button doesn't seem to do anything anymore.

    I was reading about PANDORA unbricker, but that kind of needs me to access the XMB menu to use the installer.. Right?

    I'd appreciate any help on this one.
     
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    mrgooey Regular member

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    welll. can u got ur recovery mode and do u have a backup
     
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    Yes, I can access my recovery mode. I also backed up my flash0. But when I copy that to my psp's flash0, it still doesnt work...
     
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    You don't need to be able to access the XMB to be able to use Pandora's Battery as it'll autoboot once you put them in.
     
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    acidy Regular member

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    Well, go to the recovery menu of your PSP and in "Advanced" go to the option "Format flash1 and reset settings" ^_^

    *Make a backup of flash 1 before though >_>*
     
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    Well, Pandora fixed it. I just couldn't make it work for myself though. Had to ask someone to do it for me. I guess I should really have my own Pandora's battery and magic memory stick.
     

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