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Recovery Menu problem

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by ChiefSmeg, Sep 5, 2007.

  1. ChiefSmeg

    ChiefSmeg Member

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    Hi folks - I am getting a strange error...
    This has just started happening (literally today), My psp now no longer keeps the stttings in the recovery menu when I completely power down my PSP. I tried deleting config.se from flash1 and letting it rebuild itself the next time I powered up the PSP, I then powered down, went back into recovery and changed a few settings around (no umd, 3.4 kernel etc) and all works ok on reboot. Now however when I power down completely I end up having to go into recovery and set everything up again or my PSP will not boot!

    Any ideas?
     
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    hi i had this problem a few months back,couldn't find any answers so i just upgraded to m33 but if you want to keep 3.40oe you could always just reflash it
     
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    even on a ta82 mobo?
     
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    hmmm.

    Just had a bit more of a play in the recovery menu and changed the setting from ENABLE to DISABLE on the following:

    PSP/GAME/BOOT/EBOOT.PBP

    Now my PSP remembers settings and boots up again - it is more of a hot boot though as I don't get the sony logo as I am booting...

    What does the eboot.pbp do? (I am running 3.40 oe a firmware on a TA-082 motherboard)
     
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    thats why then the PSP/GAME/BOOT/EBOOT.PBP is what i use to play a custom startup if you haven't got one its best to leave it disabled.
    if you want the sony logo when you boot up just go into recovery/configuraion and the option should be in there to enable/disable it
     
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    aaah I see. The really strange thing is that if I set the recovery menu to DISABLE no UMD then it will not remember any of my settings if I power down completly, if I ENEBLE it, it remembers everything - Very odd.

    I guess I just have to make sure I don't completly power down, or is there an easy way of fixing this?
     
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    I suggest you upgrade to 3.52-4 as i did yesterday. Its way better than 3.40 OE-A, trust me.
     
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    the only thing i can suggest is either upgrade to 3.52m33 or downgrade back to 1.50 and then try and reinstall 3.40oe
    but as pyf said 3.52m33-4 is alot better and has more features
     
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    thanks for your help - I'll have a go
     

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