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#1 04/05/08 2:50pm

Doublehawk
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Pandora's battery-Friend or foe?

Well, heres my sad case..
I had upgraded to 3.90 M33-3 from 3.80 M33-4. I didn't like it since iRShell doesnt work fully with 3.90, so I decided to use pandora to go back to 3.71 M33-2 and upgrade from there. I put in the magic memory stick, and I put in the battery. I push X, and wait for it to be done. When it is done, and push X to shutdown the psp, I put in a good battery. I turn it on. Guess what? Wont boot up. Gets to the XMB waves, and freezes there and shuts down. "Weird" I think. Same thing happened before to my older PSP, and went to official on it. So thats what I do, hoping for a miracle. None. So, I try going back to M33..Still nothing. I have a flash0 backup, and i already tried it, gave me a full brick.. I really dont know whats wrong. The only thing I changed was the magic memory stick files from when i first downgraded. I think I had DDC ver 1, and I got DDC v2, since a couple of people with slims were asking me for a downgrade..Where'd I go wrong? I used TotalNewbieEasyInstaller first time around, should I redo the memory stick and try then?

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#2 05/05/08 2:41pm

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Re: Pandora's battery-Friend or foe?

This is just my suggestion, but try formatting Flash1 in recovery (Advanced Settings).

Btw, did you format your Memory Stick before putting the new files?

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#3 06/05/08 1:28am

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Re: Pandora's battery-Friend or foe?

I figured it out(Lucky me..) I remade the memory stick, and worked perfectly..I think i'll stay where I am for a while now.
Also, never thought of formatting flash1...isnt that where the registries are stored? Makes sence if so...anyways, if anyone else has this happen to them, redo the memory stick...


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#4 06/05/08 1:15pm

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Re: Pandora's battery-Friend or foe?

I'll keep that in mind.

But formatting flash1 can fix a lot of weird problems. One of my friend was suffering from a weird thing, his analog stick was like it was moving all the time to the left and his R button would have been down all the time. I told him to format his flash1 via recovery and after that he's had no problems.


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#5 06/05/08 9:24pm

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Re: Pandora's battery-Friend or foe?

Easier fix to a moving analog stick, had it happen to my 2nd PSP when I opened it up first..On coldboot, rotate the analog stick in a circular motion until the XMB boots. Worked like a charm for me..but i'll remember that flash1 format trick.


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