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Monday, May 03, 2010

Common PSP errors

Here is a list of PSP errors that I gathered. You should probably got an error but you have no idea what it means or how to fix your problem. Don’t forget to view the complete PSP error list

CA000005 shows you the error in "keys.bin" file.

FIX: this file is required in order to play PSX games, put the bin file in the same folder as your "eboot.pbp" for the game

80100D00 shows you "The Channel could not be added"

FIX: Try to reformat your memory stick

80410D09 means "A connection error has occurred."

FIX: switch to WEP encryption

80110305 means the loading has failed , no memory stick access

FIX: Backup save data folder and reformat your memory stick

80020148 means "PRX type unsupported"

Explanation: This is the error you get when you try to run emulators, homebrew etc on a psp with firmware 1.52 and higher

80410D07 = Wireless router connection error

FIX: Change psp settings to manual and enter in all of the Internet Protocol (IP), DNS, subnet mask, and default router info

80410410 = Cannot connect to the access point

FIX: Try to restart your access point (switch it off and then on)

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