If you have a later model 2000, installing a full cfw could, but not always, lead to a bricked psp. The 2000 is the most popular model for modders so I'd stick with that just to be safe. Hello jason Zak, I'm thinking about buying a PSP, so I have a few questions about PSP modding. Be careful installing a full (permanent) firmware to the 2000, early model 2000's are usually okay, but the later models have a different motherboard. But the 1000's can get full cfw without getting bricked, unless you do something wrong, which is pretty hard to [email protected] XUsername Xx Here's some answers for ya! Just go to the ' Game' then ' Memory Stick' and launch it.2) I had a PSP 2000, but I'm fairly sure it worked on all of them.
The PSVita’s touchscreens, especially the rear touchpad, have always people questioning their usability and now, you’re in control when it comes to how you want to use them.
Thanks to Rinnegatamante’s Touch Remap, two plugins...
I have also tried to 'Update driver software' in device manager and again this tells me that the driver is up-to-date for each USB port.
The purpose of this webpage is to provide information (a majority are secret or are hard to find) on the Sony Play Station Portable.
The PSVita has seen great success in Japan and while that means that games are still being developed for it, it means language barriers for Western users. According to Rinnegatamante, vita Quake II includes a few device specific features such as vibration and an internal render...
We all love seeing our console do stuff that’s not currently possible but sometimes, the promises fall flat.
Since installing a number of windows updates none of my USB ports will now recognize any hardware that is connected to them.
The error code is quoted as follows "Windows cannot verify the digital signature for the drivers required for this device.
Tomato USB is an alternative open source firmware for Broadcom-based routers like the ASUS RT-N66U Black Knight.
It is a modification of the famous Tomato Firmware but with built-in support for USB port, wireless-N support.
Do take caution when flashing from other third party firmwares.