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HOW DOES RSOD, BLUE SCREEN AND BRICK HAPPENS ??

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

Post by m0skit0 » Tue Feb 08, 2011 11:04 am

Disturbed0ne wrote:My PSP 3001 4g was already downgraded to 6.20 from 6.35 via davee's downgrader and all was well until I installed ISO Tool and on it.
Well, then it was not "all well". Sometimes the effects of downgrading are not visible until you try something you never tried and everything else stop working or you get brick/semi-brick. Again:
m0skit0 wrote:I wouldn't recommend downgrading at all. And again, you shouldn't mess with flash0 on unhackable mobos, this has been said a thousand times. If you mess with it, don't come here crying. You were warned but still wanted to do it anyway.
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Re: HOW DOES RSOD, BLUE SCREEN AND BRICK HAPPENS ??

Post by EarlZ088 » Tue Feb 08, 2011 11:06 am

Disturbed0ne wrote:I completely removed ISO Tool from my memory stick and installed Prometheus ISO loader and I've been slowly adding plugins back. I've learned that dayviewer.prx won't function on my PSP as well. Not that I really need it at all.
It must have been the .prx file that ISOtool has that might have caused conflict, that pegasus file or something.
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Re: HOW DOES RSOD, BLUE SCREEN AND BRICK HAPPENS ??

Post by EarlZ088 » Wed Feb 09, 2011 5:15 pm

I can verify that downgrading to 6.20 will wipe all the changes made by Pro-A on the flash0, or any other app for that matter.

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

Post by ViP3R » Mon Feb 14, 2011 3:14 am

IF flash1 has been corrupted, then BSOD will show up, then can it be fixed with hard reset?
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Re: HOW DOES RSOD, BLUE SCREEN AND BRICK HAPPENS ??

Post by m0skit0 » Mon Feb 14, 2011 11:12 am

FYI hard reset means shutting down the console and powering it up again. And no, that does not fix a filesystem or data corruption.
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Re: HOW DOES RSOD, BLUE SCREEN AND BRICK HAPPENS ??

Post by SonicTheHedgehog » Tue Feb 15, 2011 12:16 pm

downgrading a psp will also get blue screen of death
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Re: HOW DOES RSOD, BLUE SCREEN AND BRICK HAPPENS ??

Post by Disturbed0ne » Tue Feb 15, 2011 4:31 pm

SonicTheHedgehog wrote:downgrading a psp will also get blue screen of death
Not always. There are certain conditions that let you downgrade certain PSPs with minor risk.
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Re: HOW DOES RSOD, BLUE SCREEN AND BRICK HAPPENS ??

Post by ViP3R » Wed Feb 16, 2011 2:24 am

m0skit0 wrote:FYI hard reset means shutting down the console and powering it up again. And no, that does not fix a filesystem or data corruption.
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Re: HOW DOES RSOD, BLUE SCREEN AND BRICK HAPPENS ??

Post by TakumiFuji01 » Thu Feb 17, 2011 12:07 am

ViP3R wrote:
m0skit0 wrote:FYI hard reset means shutting down the console and powering it up again. And no, that does not fix a filesystem or data corruption.
ok. thanks :)
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Re: HOW DOES RSOD, BLUE SCREEN AND BRICK HAPPENS ??

Post by hackerz » Mon Feb 28, 2011 5:35 am

Disturbed0ne wrote: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:
i have a question can u fix a semi brick :?: :?:

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