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  1. #1 Hmm.. boot mode issue. Green? 
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    Hey, I'm trying to get into the boot mode or safe mode to get to the option to hide my "currupted" emulator icons. I turned off my PSP completely(held the power button on till it shut off), then powered it back up while holding the "R1" button. At first nothing, then I tried it a few more times and it switched it to automaticly run the UMD at startup. Then I tried it a few more times, then with just L1 button pushed, then both. At some point it stopped loading the UMD off the bat and insted turned my v1.5 screen green, not red. I can't get into the safe mode, nor can I change my color back to red. Other than the color, everything's working fine.

    Lol, help?
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    thats because your on 1.5... you need to upgrade to custom firmware 3.40 oe-a or something with OE- at the end...
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    Oh, not all verisons had the boot mode? Hmm.. good to know. (I'm still figunring out the whole -OE thing vs Devhook and whatnot)/

    How can I make it un-green? Lol.

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    I dont knnow how you made it green lol, just run the easy installer to update it and it may be all fine...
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    All questions about 3.03 OE-c and 3.10 OE-A moved to your FAQ thread above. Thanks!

    Anybody have any clues about my green screen?
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    If you mean the color behind the icons and wave changed from red to green but everything works fine... check the date setting. A 1.50 version psp will change background colors every month. Maybe your date rolled over to the next month and the background color changed.
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    Oh! Good to know. Could have just been a coincidence.

    Thank you both, justinisloco and drizzle.

    justinislococ, I've moved over to you FAQ page is you have time to answer a few questions.
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