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Monday, April 03, 2006

PSP mainboard replacement

If your firmware update failed during the flashing then you have to change your PSP motherboard. So you have to be carefull before flashing first read the instruction of the firmware psp update then check the firmware update files charge your battery, it must be 100% full because your PSP may shutdown during the processSo be carefull when you update or downgrade your PSP firmware.Good luck with your PSP update

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At 7:51 PM, Anonymous zahn said...

i dropped it and the psp says internal error 8041OAOB whenever i try to use the wireless internet now

would this require replacing the motherboard?

At 10:19 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I dropped it and the psp i does not show a thing, the screen is all black,
would this require replacing the motherboard?

At 7:06 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Whenever I'm playing and I either tap it where the UMD cover meets the battery, or the side with the memory card, it freezes. Now it will freeze or even freeze right when I turn it on. Does this mean I need a new motherboard?

At 8:32 PM, Blogger ZaboenK said...

where do i get the mainboard??
i live in indonesia.
thanks for the advice..

At 1:19 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

like some others, i accidentally dropped my psp. When i switched it on, it was working just fine. But the door of the cd compartment(i don't what it is called)broke and had no idea how to fixed it.

At 12:21 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

the battery connection prongs have come off of the motherboard, can this be fixed, or solder back onto the mother board?


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