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Is my PSP bricked?

Hello! I got this used PSP 2001 off of Ebay. I connected it to my laptop and may have accidentally deleted some or all operating system files (Unchecked "Hide Operating System Files). The system would turn on, but I couldn't open any of the system settings... Then, it shut off and refuses to turn back on.

When turned on, the green light lights up but the screen is black. If I turn it on with the R button pressed down, the backlight of the system lights up with the blank screen.

Is my psp bricked, or is it an internal problem?

Thanks in advance!

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Hey Em, since the green light isn't blinking, I can sort of confirm that it isn't a fully bricked device. Try this. If that doesn't work, try this.

-Let me know how it goes.

-Please accept this as the answer if it answered the question.

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Hey Apple! I have tried the first method but didn't work. Saw the second video, but wanted to hold that method off until my Pandora battery and MMS arrives (I just ordered one just in case). Thanks!

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Seems like I did brick the PSP. I seemed to have messed with the Flash0 files by accident!

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I could describe what I found, but it's easier for me to just send over a link:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qoCD7WuZ...

I think you will find all you need here. (skip the first method as you obviously tried that already)

Tell me how it went!

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Hey wantomek! I watched the video but realized that all of the methods consisted of using the recovery mode. Not sure if I can try these methods without recovery mode. Also, I am unable to connect the psp to my laptop (USB mode) since it won't turn on at all. As of now, I can only open up the memory stick using a reader on my laptop, which I am told is different from getting to the system files itself. I don't see "kd" or "font" file when the MS is opened via the reader.

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Seems like I did brick the PSP. I seemed to have messed with the Flash0 files by accident!

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You can't mess with flash0 from USB mode.

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