Advertising (This ad goes away for registered users. You can Login or Register)

HOW DOES RSOD, BLUE SCREEN AND BRICK HAPPENS ??

All topics regarding downgrading with TN Hen
kaito.1412
Posts: 22
Joined: Sun Jan 23, 2011 4:27 pm

HOW DOES RSOD, BLUE SCREEN AND BRICK HAPPENS ??

Post by kaito.1412 » Sun Feb 06, 2011 4:19 pm

HOW DOES RSOD, BLUE SCREEN AND BRICK HAPPENS ??
What are the circumstances that it happens ??
Any ways to prevent it from happening??
PLEASE SHARE =D

*Changing the version.txt incorrectly gives a RSOD(thats what happened to me just now.)
Advertising

Ryone
Posts: 52
Joined: Fri Dec 31, 2010 11:36 am

Re: HOW DOES RSOD, BLUE SCREEN AND BRICK HAPPENS ??

Post by Ryone » Mon Feb 07, 2011 3:15 pm

How to fix the RSOD? :?
Advertising

hippi97
Posts: 137
Joined: Mon Jan 03, 2011 10:21 am
Location: C:\Finland.exe
Contact:

Re: HOW DOES RSOD, BLUE SCREEN AND BRICK HAPPENS ??

Post by hippi97 » Mon Feb 07, 2011 3:22 pm

Ryone wrote:How to fix the RSOD? :?
You can't if you have psp 300x or GO :shock:
My game consoles:
[spoiler]PSP model: 3004 [Model: 03g]
Firmware: 6.60 PRO-B10
PSP Model: E1004
Firmware: 6.60 PRO-C
PS Vita (hate that thing)
Firmware: 2.12
I also have PS3, XBOX, Gameboy, Gameboy andvance sp and Gameboy Micro[/spoiler]
My website: http://hene193.com

Ryone
Posts: 52
Joined: Fri Dec 31, 2010 11:36 am

Re: HOW DOES RSOD, BLUE SCREEN AND BRICK HAPPENS ??

Post by Ryone » Mon Feb 07, 2011 3:54 pm

Okay, I've a 3004. No RSOD, no brick, no anything. Just asking.

User avatar
m0skit0
Guru
Posts: 3817
Joined: Mon Sep 27, 2010 6:01 pm

Re: HOW DOES RSOD, BLUE SCREEN AND BRICK HAPPENS ??

Post by m0skit0 » Mon Feb 07, 2011 4:33 pm

kaito.1412 wrote:What are the circumstances that it happens ??
They happen because of modifying critical files. From less important to more important: Blue Screen (IdStorage corrupt IIRC), RSOD (never saw that, but who cares :lol: ), brick (boot or critical FW files corrupt).
kaito.1412 wrote:Any ways to prevent it from happening??
Don't touch flash memory and you'll be safe.
I wanna lots of mov al,0xb
Image
"just not into this RA stuffz"

User avatar
ruyor
Retired Mod
Posts: 776
Joined: Wed Nov 03, 2010 2:29 am
Location: USA
Contact:

Re: HOW DOES RSOD, BLUE SCREEN AND BRICK HAPPENS ??

Post by ruyor » Mon Feb 07, 2011 5:39 pm

m0skit0 wrote:Blue Screen (IdStorage corrupt IIRC)
Lolwut? xD

In order from least to worst:
BSOD = flash1 corruption
RSOD = flash0 corruption, corrupted files are usually VSH (XMB) related
Brick = flash0 corruption to where RSOD can't show up, just power light on, nothing on screen

All of these usually happen because someone tried to edit/replace a file and it didn't work. To prevent RSOD/Brick, don't mess with flash0 and avoid homebrew that flashes stuff.
PCH-1001 - 3.60 - VHBL+PBubbles+HENkaku
PCH-1001 - 3.60 - VHBL+PBubbles+HENkaku
VTE-1001 - 3.60 - VHBL+PBubbles+HENkaku
My PSPs
01g:TA-079v1
01g:TA-086
02g:TA-085v1
02g:TA-085v2
04g:TA-093
09g:TA-095
05g:TA-091

User avatar
Disturbed0ne
Retired Mod
Posts: 3787
Joined: Sun Jan 16, 2011 5:44 am
Location: In a van, down by the river!
Contact:

Re: HOW DOES RSOD, BLUE SCREEN AND BRICK HAPPENS ??

Post by Disturbed0ne » Mon Feb 07, 2011 8:24 pm

I had something weird happen to me last night.

I was using my PSP with all of the stuff that I've had on it for about a week now (CXMB, custom system_bg RCO, custom gameboot.PMF) and I got the RSOD.

My heart dropped for a minute (as I thought I bricked my only fully functional PSP) but then I tried my other (identical) Sandisk 8gig Pro Duo mem stick (with almost identical files, the only differences were the ISO's on each card) and my PSP works just fine.

Now the weird thing about this whole situation is that the memory stick that gives me the RSOD with any custom stuff on it still works for legit Sony PSN purchased games.

Can anyone explain this? :shock:

PSP model 3001 04g

Edit : I've tried reformatting the problem memory stick twice via PC (Fat32 format) and twice via the PSP (standard memory stick reformat) and I get the same results.
DO NOT MESSAGE ME ABOUT THE NAME OF ANY NINJA RELEASE GAME! I WILL NOT PROVIDE YOU WITH THE NAME OF THE GAME AND IF YOU PERSIST THEN I WILL REPORT YOU TO THE STAFF!
I AM A RETIRED MODERATOR!

hippi97
Posts: 137
Joined: Mon Jan 03, 2011 10:21 am
Location: C:\Finland.exe
Contact:

Re: HOW DOES RSOD, BLUE SCREEN AND BRICK HAPPENS ??

Post by hippi97 » Tue Feb 08, 2011 4:53 am

Disturbed0ne wrote:I had something weird happen to me last night.

I was using my PSP with all of the stuff that I've had on it for about a week now (CXMB, custom system_bg RCO, custom gameboot.PMF) and I got the RSOD.

My heart dropped for a minute (as I thought I bricked my only fully functional PSP) but then I tried my other (identical) Sandisk 8gig Pro Duo mem stick (with almost identical files, the only differences were the ISO's on each card) and my PSP works just fine.

Now the weird thing about this whole situation is that the memory stick that gives me the RSOD with any custom stuff on it still works for legit Sony PSN purchased games.

Can anyone explain this? :shock:

PSP model 3001 04g

Edit : I've tried reformatting the problem memory stick twice via PC (Fat32 format) and twice via the PSP (standard memory stick reformat) and I get the same results.
try deleting the version.txt on your MS or try disabling plugins
My game consoles:
[spoiler]PSP model: 3004 [Model: 03g]
Firmware: 6.60 PRO-B10
PSP Model: E1004
Firmware: 6.60 PRO-C
PS Vita (hate that thing)
Firmware: 2.12
I also have PS3, XBOX, Gameboy, Gameboy andvance sp and Gameboy Micro[/spoiler]
My website: http://hene193.com

User avatar
Disturbed0ne
Retired Mod
Posts: 3787
Joined: Sun Jan 16, 2011 5:44 am
Location: In a van, down by the river!
Contact:

Re: HOW DOES RSOD, BLUE SCREEN AND BRICK HAPPENS ??

Post by Disturbed0ne » Tue Feb 08, 2011 5:00 am

I've deleted the version.txt and all of my plugins ( I really miss remotejoy lite :( No more videos from me on youtube) and I've also deleted ISO Tool and gone back to just plain Prometheus ISO loader and it works good now.

The same RSOD happened on both of my Sandisk 8gig sticks now. The main thing they had in common was ISO Tool. Which I just recently learned writes to Flash0 :? I should have read up and learned that it did that, I wouldn't have installed it on my 3001 4g.

I'm removing ISO Tool from my 3001 3g as we speak.

In the end it's my own fault for not reading up and jumping into something I didn't fully understand. I'm just greatful that it's only the RSOD (semi-brick) and not a full brick. :oops:
DO NOT MESSAGE ME ABOUT THE NAME OF ANY NINJA RELEASE GAME! I WILL NOT PROVIDE YOU WITH THE NAME OF THE GAME AND IF YOU PERSIST THEN I WILL REPORT YOU TO THE STAFF!
I AM A RETIRED MODERATOR!

EarlZ088
Posts: 171
Joined: Tue Feb 08, 2011 5:00 am

Re: HOW DOES RSOD, BLUE SCREEN AND BRICK HAPPENS ??

Post by EarlZ088 » Tue Feb 08, 2011 5:30 am

Would donwgrading to 6.20 restore the flash0 to defaults ?

Post Reply

Return to “Downgrading”