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PSP is stuck at screen saying press O and in all languages

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by ha9981, Apr 8, 2007.

  1. ha9981

    ha9981 Regular member

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    I press O and nothing happens. is this a possible brick?
    this isn't my psp so i don't know what happened i bought it online as-is! wat are the chances the button is jammed or its bricked.

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  2. shadow270

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    this is a brick..sorry man
     
  3. ha9981

    ha9981 Regular member

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    so new mobo? where could i get one real cheap? average price on ebay? but i heard ebay sells broken ones.
     
  4. Odinn

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    You should try and get your money back from who you bought from if it wasn't been too long since you bought it. PSP's just went down to $170. I would recommend just buying a new one unless you know a friend that is selling one because then you can actually see it.
     
  5. ha9981

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    i bought it as is soo.....
     
  6. gasconade

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    thats not a full brick....red screen of death is full brick....

    keep pressing O several times until it stops.....i had this problem when i first downgraded to 1.50....it hung on that blue screen for like 8 reboots....keep trying m8...otherwise, new mobo? or swap?
     
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    the main question you should ask is, does it have a custom firmware? turn on the psp and press and hold the R-Trigger at the same time. if a recovery menu pops up then your in luck. if not just keep pressing O.
     
  8. ha9981

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    i din buy the psp off the person yet. for $80 im not sure. most likely its screud.plus i can't get to test it.

    edit: he won't give any more info on it so......
     
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  9. psphak8o8

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    Thats a semi-brick dude(is there a difference?).......



    Do a walmart trick dude=buy a new one and return it with the semi-bricked one.......actually do it at best buy b/c they dont check the serial code.....not my fault if you get caught though.....tell me how it gos if u do it......
     
  10. shadow270

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    There is a difrence if u have custom fw on ur psp,then u can fix it easily.
    If u dont have custom fw and the O button doesnt go,.then theres no main diffrence
     

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