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    psp More notes about the Flash Cleaner

    Noobz post more details about Downgrading woes:

    After encountering the 'device full' error another two times today, on two separate non-modchipped PSPs, we did some more investigation, and have now finally understood exactly what causes it.

    It seems that if you have a memory stick with corrupted data on it, then it can give the 8001001C error mentioned in the previous article, when you try to run the downgrader. Fixing the corrupted data fixed the problem.

    The moral of this story is that it is best to run any downgrader on a totally clean memory stick - format the stick on your PSP before loading on the necessary files. And if you are having problems running the downgrader, try using a disk corruption fixer (like ChkDsk or the disk repair tools in Windows) on the memory stick, as it may fix it.

    While we're on the subject of the downgrader, and HEN - we are not currently working on a version that does not require GTA. It's not currently possible.

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    This is interesting to know...

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    thats cool. does this have anything to do with bricking ur psp if u go from 3.03 to 1.50 then back to 3.03, or is that a different subject?

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    Hmm... would there be any possibility of a TIFF exploit like 2.71 had?

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    ^ rofl no, noob.

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    p.s. formatting memory stick is ALWAYS unnecesary, no matter wut the coders tell ya.

    they say that so that the noobiest of noobz dont screw their selves. easiest way around formatting... rightclick the background of your root, hit properties, and use the "Check Disk Utility" and check both auto fix and attempt recovery.

    or if you have a small memory card and u know every single file on there by heart (and none are corrupt(if so, then follow above alternative)) then as long as yur card has room for the required files

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    So i'd needed to remove corrupted data...

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    Heh, Sterist.

    You call me a noob, yet you couldn't spell worth your life, or anyone else's. ^_^

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