I'm in desperate need of some assistance. I converted my PSP Slim to 3.71 M33 using Pandora's Battery. It was working perfectly. Recently though I decided (for complicated reasons) to restore the original 3.71 firmware, and tried doing so with the Pandora's Battery, and while it seemed to show no errors, it didn't work. When I try to turn on the PSP, I see the Sony logo, a red XMB background (with the time and date), but then it freezes. If I leave it on for more than ten seconds or so, I hear a clicking noise and the PSP turns itself off. Here's the sucky part. I tried reinstalling the custom M33 firmware after this (using the same Pandora's Battery), and I'm getting the same exact red XMB freezing screen issue. Does anyone know if/how I can fix this? If it is not possible, I have another semi-related question: the PSP is still under the 30-day return policy limit (or I could still buy the replacement plan), how do you think I could return or exchange the PSP and get my money back, despite it being totally messed up?