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I was just playing Syphon Filter today when all of a sudden my psp just froze..I pressed menu and it was Japanese instead of English...Anyways i pressed yes in quit menu and it did nothing..just went back to the frozen game..i tried turning it off and and taking out the disc but nothing changed..Then i finally had to take the battery out..once i put it back in and started it up it said that my settings were corrupted and i had to reset them by pressing O. This is the second time this has happened and on a different psp and game. Does anyone else have this problem?
yea this happens a couple times to me. just take out the battery and start over again lol. i dont know why it does it but it gets very annoying. its just overloading the RAM or something i think, just cant transfer that much info basicaly at that time. happens alot on low battery, thats why im thinking that.
It happened to me once. It confused the hell out of me when it happened though.
yea...that was probably the reason since my batter was on its last bar. the first time that happened i though my psp was bricked or sometin or just totally frozen :lol:
if you hold down the power button to switch longer than usual switchest off sometimes that works, although it does delay in switching off.
Once myy PSP had to reboot like it was brand new, thankfully i kept my firmwire updates.
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