Monday, October 22, 2007

*List of PSP Error numbers*

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*80020321 - No umd in drive when no umd is disabled.

*80110305 = Load failed.The Memory Stick could not be accessed.

*ffffffff = PSP update failed.

*UKN9000001 - update cant start, data corrupt.

*98765432 - Selected a language who's font has been removed. I think this is another Dark_AleX specific error number, since Sony wouldn't expect you to encounter this situation, and the numbers count down from 9 to 2.

*8001006F - Remote Play connection error. Most likely when no PS3 is sending a signal over your network. I don't have a PS3 so this is an accurate description of at least one way to cause the error.

*80020148 - Unsupported PRX type.

*800200D1 - Ran homebrew without Homebrew enabled firmware.

*8002014C - Ran kxploited homebrew without Homebrew enabled firmware..

*80020321- In recover mode, “No-UMD Mode" is disabled, you need to enable it, and have an UMD disc in your psp for the isos to play.

*80020321 - Ran a game that doesn't support NO-UMD.

*80010002 – PS1 Eboot in wrong folder. Must put it in the GAME folder, with your kernel set at 3.XX in the recovery menu, under Configuration.

*80010002 – Could mean you where messing with your ISO file and deleting different files. Possibly deleted the ‘EBOOT.BIN file in the ‘SYSDIR’ folder.

*CA000005 - keys.bin not found when trying to run a PS1 game.

*80010087 - Error reading UMD or UMD not present.

*80110305 - Load failed.The Memory Stick could not be accessed.

*80110307 - Load Failed There is no Data available.

*00000001 - WiFi error. Occurs when no access points are detected in official 3.7X and custom 3.7X firmware.

*80410A0B - Loose WiFi card.

*80000004 – A error when the PSP refuses something when it can’t read it properly. Can mean many different things.

*80000004 – Something to do with your PS1 game file.

*80110404 - Network error, try restore default settings to fix

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