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PSP not working after firmware change

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by ajw22, Jan 13, 2007.

  1. ajw22

    ajw22 Regular member

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    I got a new psp and it was firmware 2.71 and I used hend and devlauncher271_2 to get to firmware 1.50 and then I ran psp update firmware 2.71 SE-C now my psp will not work.
    HELP!!!
     
    Last edited: Jan 13, 2007
  2. john-e-i

    john-e-i Guest

    shi*ty man sounds like you bricked it, i need more info tho, when u turn the psp on does it do anything? or is it just a black screen and if so does the powerlite turn off after about 20 seconds?
     
  3. aj101788

    aj101788 Guest

    use devhook get to 1.50 then run upgrade to 2.71 sc-C it sure is brick man sorry for ur psp
     
  4. killaklan

    killaklan Regular member

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    why is everyone who downgrades their 082 mobos upgrading to 2.71 se-c when there is 3.03 oe?

    sounds like a lack of research

    none the less, have you tried rebooting and pressing R to get to the recovery menu?
     
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  5. shedeus

    shedeus Regular member

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    lol!!

    1.50 is only an emulation! you're not really in fw 1.50 when you run the downgrader. you might as well have tried to downgrade from 2.71 to 2.71sec

    better luck next time. read carefully when you try this again and ask questions
     
  6. Nephilim

    Nephilim Moderator Staff Member

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    ajw22,

    "Help now!" isn't much of a thread title so I changed it. Let's be more descriptive next time - it's in the forum rules.
     

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