crap, theres a way to move the screen around but i forget how...let me see if i can figure it out
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So my PSP broke about two months ago and I tried fixing it but ended up with it just staying the same. The speakers didn't work, the buttons didn't work and it would just cut out for no reason. I messed with it but nothing seemed to change so I left it alone. Now about a week ago I picked it up and everything was fine except for the right button of the dpad which works fine but is still messed up a bit.
Now the only problem I can find is when I'm emulating PS1 games. I picked up FFVII for like the third time on here and put it on my PSP. And when I start playing it I press Home, go to settings, screen mode and change it to full screen. Before I broke it, when I did this it actually took up the entire screen and looked great but now when I do that it goes full screen except it seems like it's pushed up a bit. There is a layer of black at the bottom. It's not evenly put between the top and bottom. I changed the screen mode to original but it's still not even and I can't figure out what's wrong.
Any ideas? And I would prefer the opinions of not complete idiots. Thanks.
The only "idea" I have is just cough up the money to get another psp. But seriously try using all of the other settings first to see if there is any difference, if there isn't any just take my idea and go with it. EB Games is still selling the God of War PSP's and some used ones that are still in mint to near mint condition. Sorry if this didn't help all too much. Good luck to you mate.
Edwards is there any chance that you took ur PSP apart when it stuffed up and didn't replace the screen properly?? There is a little metal part at the top of the screen which holds it in place (it is not connected to anything solid and just floats around). when people take their PSP apart sometimes they neglect placing this bak in the right place and have problems with screen position (I should know haha, it happened to me a while bak)
That is my only thought.. But if it is not the screen that is out of position i would still take apart ur PSP and remove the screen and then put the screen bak in.. (not sure if it'll help but one of the connections to the screen may have stuffed up)
and edwards i am a complete idiot but i thought i'd post anyways hahaha
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