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#232455 by NNNRT
Sat Jan 26, 2013 9:41 pm
Hugo_Mundo wrote:So, i've managed to turn my battery into a pandora batt and created a new idstorage, installed 5.00 m33 through the MMS and when i was updating it to 6.60, error LPTFFFFFFFE AGAIN. :cry:

That's an IDStorage problem as Casavult said. You may try asking The Z, or even sending it to Sony if it's on OFW. Other than that, you're outta luck bro. ;)
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#232469 by b2p1mp
Sat Jan 26, 2013 10:29 pm
Maybe nandtool can tell you if there are bad sectors on your flash internal memory. That could be the issue, perhaps you can fix the bad sectors.
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#233671 by toBsucht
Wed Jan 30, 2013 2:49 pm
I thinking update/recover m33 then go back to ofw and try to downgrade to 1.5 kernel (or lowest possible fw) then update to 6.60 or 6.xx.

It can be possible that you got a faked version text at flash read more about your 5.xx-m33 ;)
#233686 by b2p1mp
Wed Jan 30, 2013 4:04 pm
I also have a question for the OP. When you update to 6.60 are you doing it via wifi or downloading the update and putting on the memstick? Have you tried both?
#233760 by Hugo_Mundo
Wed Jan 30, 2013 6:45 pm
I'm trying to update via memstick.
My wi-fi router is broken so i only have cable connection right now.
I'm downgrading it to 3.71OFW using hellcats downgrader, i think i'm gonna take my psp somewhere with wi-fi and try to update it there to see if it works.
=)
This whole problem, could be caused by a bad memory stick? A dying one?
I don't think this would be the problem but well, it could be.
Also, my psp only runs ISOS when he wants to but, it's not just ISOS, UMDs too. I put an UMD in and nothing happens, i turn it off and on, it makes the sound of "disc reading" and then nothing.
#233770 by b2p1mp
Wed Jan 30, 2013 7:36 pm
I suppose it could be a faulty memstick but when you update via wifi it will still have to use that same memstick (maybe borrow a different one for a minute to use from someone). Have you tried backing up your stuff and formatting the memstick? Also, do you have the ISO loader set to something other than normal in the recovery/vsh menu? If this option is set to Normal then you cannot load things without a working UMD drive. Press select at the XMB to change the loader. A faulty UMD drive could be causing trouble. Another problem could be a corrupt update file. Where did you download the 6.60 update from? Have you tried downloading another 6.60 update from different places?
#233835 by Hugo_Mundo
Wed Jan 30, 2013 11:19 pm
b2p1mp wrote:I suppose it could be a faulty memstick but when you update via wifi it will still have to use that same memstick (maybe borrow a different one for a minute to use from someone). Have you tried backing up your stuff and formatting the memstick? Also, do you have the ISO loader set to something other than normal in the recovery/vsh menu? If this option is set to Normal then you cannot load things without a working UMD drive. Press select at the XMB to change the loader. A faulty UMD drive could be causing trouble. Another problem could be a corrupt update file. Where did you download the 6.60 update from? Have you tried downloading another 6.60 update from different places?


I have 2 memory sticks, 1 it's a 4gb for the psp and the other it's from a camera, i've formated it a thousand times :lol:
I always set the iso loader to m33 or sony 9600 (or something like that).
I always download the update files from Sony's website.

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