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Daniel Sumaoang

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Reset PSP
« on: May 13, 2016, 02:44:52 PM »
Hi! ask ko lang po senyo pano po ba mag emerdency reset ng PSP?  ???  badly needed  :'(

Kevin Daculla

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Re: Reset PSP
« Reply #1 on: May 13, 2016, 02:47:42 PM »
tanggalin mo muna yung memory stick .tapos siguraduhin na naka full power off na, then hold square button and triangle button ,select button, start button at power button sabay sabay lahat , bumilang ng hanggang 5 seconds,,
pang emergency reset yan . sana matulong   ;D  :D

Noel Garcia Jr.

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Re: Reset PSP
« Reply #2 on: May 23, 2016, 10:29:56 AM »
try mo din po ivisit ito :

http://www.wikihow.com/Reset-Your-PSP

that tells about different situations in resetting PSP. hope i can help. :D

Mark Ortiz

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Re: Reset PSP
« Reply #3 on: May 23, 2016, 10:33:45 AM »
try to watch this video link also fo further help :D:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ry6th0fuoU

Jomar E. Mongoc

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Re: Reset PSP
« Reply #4 on: May 25, 2016, 11:22:16 AM »
3 Ways to Reset Your PSP:

1) Performing a Hard Reset on a Frozen PSP
  >Hold the Power switch up for 30 seconds. In most cases, this will force the PSP to shutdown.
  If this doesn't work, try holding the Right Shoulder button and then hold the Power switch for about 5 seconds. This should power your     PSP down.
  >Wait for a little bit. It's a good idea to wait about 30 seconds before starting your PSP up again.
  >Flip the Power switch to turn on the PSP as you normally would.

2) Resetting a Slow PSP to Defaults Settings
  >Open the XMB menu. This will allow you to access the Settings menu.
  >Scroll left to open the Settings menu.
  >Scroll down and select System Settings.
  >Select "Restore Default Settings".
  If you want to format your memory stick too, select "Format Memory" from the System Settings menu.
  >Follow the prompts to reset your system. When the Sony log appears, you will be asked to setup the PSP as if it was new.

3) Resetting a PSP to Factory Defaults
  >Power down the PSP by holding the power switch up. Once the PSP powers down, let it sit unpowered for at least 30 seconds.
  This method may be useful if you can't get your PSP to turn on normally.
  >Press and hold Triangle, Square, Start, and Select. You may have to lay your PSP down in order to accomplish this.
  >While holding the buttons, flip the Power switch to turn the PSP on.
  >Continue holding the buttons until the Sony logo appears.
  >Proceed with the setup of the PSP system software.
  This method will not delete any custom firmware, will not downgrade your PSP, and will not delete any games stored on the memory card.

 :) yan mga boss, sana makatulong..  8)