I have PSP 3004 and updated software 6.20 version, can i downgrade in 5.03 please help...
by Samuda 8 years ago
How downgrade Version 6.20 in my PSP?I bought PSP and the version is 6.20. I downloaded a PSP game but it is not working in my PSP. I want to know how to downgrade my PSP to version 1.5
by Gary Anderson 7 years ago
I have been watching the Yahoo boards and people are furious at the Republicans, especially the Tea Party. They are getting the lion's share of the blame for the debt downgrade. Here's why:1. Obama wanted a grand plan. The Republicans rejected it.2. Obama wanted shared sacrifice including taxes for...
by ibanga007 9 years ago
Of the two approaches to downgrading Windows, the first is more convenient, as it doesn't require you to wipe your hard drive. You will need a genuine Windows XP installation CD; if all you have is a recovery disc, use the "Start from Scratch" process that follows.Before you proceed, make...
by Christy Kirwan 5 months ago
I'm pleased to announce that the "Need Some Goals" section in the upper right of the HubTool will be updated soon to include a more attractive design and a simplified wordcount goal. We hope you like the new version!We still recommend using attractive original images and splitting your...
by Brie Hoffman 7 years ago
by Cassandra Mantis 8 years ago
According to UK website The Register, Google may have downgraded tons of websites and web addresses during the month of October.Search Engines rely on special algorithms to effect searches. So was it just a bit of an accident with Google or, as "Foundem" claim, was it deliberate? And have...
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