Updating your psp
Check to see if it worked by rebooting your PSP, and without running PRO Update check your Firmware version and see if you have PRO mentioned in it. You can now delete all the entries for PRO in the Games menu.
Performing a Hard Reset on a Frozen PSPResetting a Slow PSP to Defaults Settings Resetting a PSP to Factory Defaults Community Q&A If your PSP is frozen, a hard reset can get it up and running again.
If your PSP is performing poorly, you may be able to improve its performance by performing a factory reset.
A factory reset will not delete any of your game (unless you also format the memory card).
Ensure you download the version that matches your current firmware version!
To determine your PSP firmware version, open System Settings on the XMB, then select System Information.
Once you’ve downloaded the corresponding custom firmware package for your console, then we’re ready to begin!
Extract your downloaded archive to a place on your computer.
This is really a big deal, we’re all going to be able to play thousands of games, run hundreds of cool applications all for free and all from the community of tinkerers out there looking to do more with their PSP and here’s how….
The System Software will let you know which version you have.
Ensure you download the version that matches your PSP firmware.
PRO supports the latest firmware (version 6.61) released by Sony, and it is recommended that you upgrade to receive the latest fixes and improvements before proceeding.
However, if you do wish to remain with an older firmware, the latest custom firmware version supports back to 6.20.