Okay. First of all, this is my first post. Hi everyone. Secondly, I hope this isn't a repost, I did a search, and couldn't find anything, but searches have a bad habit of not liking me. Okay. I recently bricked my PSP, it was a fat PSP, I had it on 3.7 M33-3, Sony then replaced it with a nice refurb, and it has firmware 2.71 on, I visited the downgrader post, stickied, and I need to know, what motherboards do the old, fat PSP's house, meaning, which guide do I follow from here. They said it would be the exact same model etc. So, basically, what one should I download, the "2.71 PSP (TA-82 or TA-86)" Or, the "2.71 PSP" It should be the same model as the launch console, I tried looking for the little numbers behind the back, and what I can see, it looks like a I009IC? Or something like that. I could be totally wrong, as I haven't got the best eye sight in the world, and It's so well hidden hah! I've taken a few pictures, I'll put them up now. And that's it basically. It's a PSP, that replaced my launch fat PSP. They said it would be the same model, so it should be easy for you guys, but thanks for reading, sorry if it took forever to say nothing, I have tendancies to drag things along. And once again, I'm sorry if It's been posted, I looked. Daniel. EDIT: It really looks like it's 1009IC, I could be wrong, but yea, and It's on the left hand side, wheras in the guide I just found (http://forums.maxconsole.net/showthread.php?t=53043) It has it on the right. Thanks for reading. EDIT 2: Okay, stupid me, I didn't check "The mother of all guides." It has this "PSP Motherboard Compatibility Guide (Full) Originally posted by legend999.. The following motherboards are either capable or not capable with the new 2.60/2.50 downgrader and MPH downgrader 2.0 to 1.50. CAPABLE: 1CB001 1C6001 1C9001 No Code 1C1003 a.k.a TA-082 Yeah,that's true,you can downgrade your TA-082 PSP. " There is 1C9001 - Do you think that's my model? I could swear they look like I's. So yea, does this mean I should use the "2.71 PSP (TA-82 or TA-86)" downgrader? Thanks. Dan.