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This is a discussion on [GUIDE] Opening the PSP within the PSP General Help forums, part of the PSP Help Center category; Nice update of pictures. Stickied.:)...
Nice update of pictures. Stickied.:)
Hey, im thinking of stuff to add to this thread. I have some ideas but if any one has any ideas or a specific thing they would like to see me go over then leave a post and let me know. I also do way more stuff then just opening the psp so just let me know ;)
i've opened my psp but i need help, i want to remove the umd drive door but i don't know how, i've already remove the screen, the d-pad and buttons (square, x, circle, triangle) circuits
could you help me?
Can you make a guide on how to take out the Motherboard? I really want to switch motherboards
Ok, Im currently working on getting together a a guide to open up the umd drive door so give me some time. About the motherboard im not to sure on how to remover it Because their are MANY things connected to it but ill see what i can do
I just updated some pics!
Problem. You seem to know hardware so ill ask you. upon reassembling my PSP (i only took the faceplate off) the Analog stick is now out of whack. its not going forward atall, and to the right very slowly. Any help on the problem?
the bottom left screw is loose. Make sure its tight
thank you good sir:) ive had this problem on my old psp and that worked.. i tried it this time and it didnt. i tried it again and now it did:P probably just needed time to settle in:)
yea! no problem man
can removing the lcd screen brick your psp???
lol not at allOriginally Posted by cr1msynt3arz
sorry bout the stupid question XD
original black psp 1000 on 3.90 m33-3 with blue buttons
1.5( i think)>2.0>2.6>1.5>3.71 m33>3.71 m33-3>1.5>3.71 m33-2>3.71 m33-4>3.90>3.90 m33-3>3.93>3.90>3.90 m33-3
Becareful though, there easy to scratch and when putting them back in if you get dust on its very visible (used compresssed air ;))Originally Posted by cr1msynt3arz
Nice thread by the way.
Originally Posted by FLA3H
yup very true so watch out. Thanks man
Um, How do I remove the faceplate? Do I have to remove all of the screws? I already have the two silver ones in the battery box and the silver one on the bottom off, so what now?
Wow. Awesome guide. I wish I had this when I replaced my LCD screen awhile back. Back then, I just had to "go for it."
dude..watch psphacking101 they got dleet's modded psp and pox's :)Originally Posted by Slasher
No you dont need to remove the two screws. Just take all the other ones off.Originally Posted by supergamecube14
Nice PSP opening guide! :Punk: This will come in handy one day whenever I need to do thing's inside my PSP!
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the black light on my psp won't work, and i don't know why? if i turn on my psp i can just see that the screen is working but i no blacklight? Can somebody please help me, i've opened up my psp and tryed to reconnect the 2 connectors and i know that it is the little connector that is not responding.
PLEASE HELP ME!!!!!!!
Are you the person I resolved this with on aim?Originally Posted by ChaosTheory89
Great guide. I was recently looking into adding a new faceplate, maybe cleaning out some of that dust under the buttons. Definately nice to know..Someone should sticky :P
Its been stickied... for a while now too lolOriginally Posted by -Dman-
add a tut on how to replace UMD drive if u can
yea.... i believe every1 is waiting for part 2... atm i have opened up my psp all the way to the wifi component (need to remove motherboard to get to) to clean up some coke i spilled awhile back... i've finally fixed my psp issues... if only i read this guide then i wouldn't of broken the long brown clasp from the lcd in half... but luckily i broke only a third of the clasp and re-fitted the other 2/3 which stills holds the connector firm in place... but anyway... i would love to see or know which screw it is exactly... so i may remove umd door but i won't remove the drive yet... but am thinkin of getting my whole psp re-housed with a new color scheme plus a fresh look to it... getting complaints telling me i have heaps of scratches.. so until i go experimenting with the unknown... would love to know which screw to the umd door plz..
thanks in advance
Originally Posted by sin22eze
The thing is, it is very hard and risky
yea i know but really if you want... next time i will take pics.. if i show a pic of the area under the motherboard can you tell me which screw... cos i've removed my motherboard numerous of times to find the source of my psp switching off with the green power light still on... the coke spill was the cause of the short circuit... 'cos after i cleaned the motherboard with meth spirit gently wiping it.. my psp is fine now..
oops found the hinge i had to push out.. great guide btw...
Thanks :) wait what do you mean next time you will take pics? of what? sorry that lost me.Originally Posted by sin22eze