Which Xgen did you use?
Which Xgen did you use?
oh well, that was strike 3.
Anyone using cxmb?
Your PSP region is UK right?
Four waisted attempts on installing the firmware.
XGEN confirms the install, but I don't think it patched it, rendering the install pointless
The only way I can see it is that your not on Xgen v2. Try this. If you are sure your on Xgen V2, then re-download the EBOOT, put it on a different memory stick, and try some more.
Tomma , your PSP isn't the only PSP which didn't brick on first install , mine didn't brick.My PSP is a 1003 TA-081.What's yours Tomma ?
@all guys having issues : 1-Make sure it's named exactly 'EBOOT.PBP' with Caps
2-Restore Default Settings/Format Flash1 before installing it
3-Try using the latest Xgen which installs 5.50 GEN-D3
4-Check your PSP's ID Storage using Key Cleaner as some keys if broken will make the PSP not update successfully
5-And of course , the PSP has to be a phat PSP
Btw does anyone know if there was a way to flash the xmb from 6.00 Debug to 5.00 M33 which files would need to be replaced
It's the motherboard!
The ones I see that are working are: TA-079 and TA-081 mobos
(Opens ebay website)
Oh well, I'll just buy the pcb of the tool.
Okay, I'll try.
Nope, didn't flash (Grabs the hammer)
Yeah it is. I dont know why, its practically useless...
larryr, they want to feel like a dev.
bestyugiman, you forgot the "UPDATE" folder. xD
Yeah cause you can't update your psp from the XMB with this FW. ;)
And i agree with tomma0264.The extra icons are very cool. :D
Wait a sec, so it is a PBP right? So any folder can access it?Quote:
and also you don't need an update folder :P
Anyway if you want to install it you need the x gen v4 ;)
Also in answer to your question a little while ago about the 'NPDRM' setting I found this which might help
it looks like a load of rubbish to me but you might know what it's on about :P
but you need to use xgen because it mixes the retail drivers with the debug drivers so that the firmware can run :P if you updated normally you would end up with a brick (sony has a limitation in to stop people accidently bricking by trying to normally update to this)
Okay, someone either forgot to do some testing on various models...
THAT'S THE PROBLEM! I don't see the ms access indicator blinking prior to reboot.Quote:
it mixes the retail drivers with the debug drivers so that the firmware can run