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Best ISO Compresser?

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by glenquag, Apr 12, 2007.

  1. glenquag

    glenquag Regular member

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    Hi, I am currently using "PSP ISO Compresser 1.4" from psp-hacks. I was wondering if there are any other good compressers, and if so, which is better than which? Please state your opinion=)
     
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    Im not sure, but google is your friend, embrace it. :)
     
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    what does an iso compressor do exactly?
     
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    It compresses the ISO's of psp games; usualy into .CSO format so it's a smaller file and takes up less space on your memory stick. Some can decompress and convert also.
     
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    hmmm, i tried to put cso's into the iso folder with no luck. any ideas why that would be?
     
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    Hmmm, do you have a UMD in the drive when you try to run them? And have you tried multiple games?
     
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    yes and yes.
     
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    Is the UMD a game UMD and do you have custom firmware, if so which one? Tell me the game(s).
     
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    3.03OE-C, yes execboot is disabled, yes it's a game UMD (Madden 06) and the games I have gotten to work are Megaman Maverick, Megaman Powered Up and Tekken Resurrection. The games that did not work are pretty much the psx versions of the first 6 FF series including Chronotrigger. Origins, Anthologies and Chronicles. Also Fight Night 3 would not work along with The Legend Of Mana. Both of those were supposidly allready ISO files. When I clicked and dragged them to the ISO folder...nadda.

    The space is missing on the ms corresponding to the game size but they either dont show up at all or show up as corrupt files.
     
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    Hmmm...Well with the ps1 games make sure you dont have a custom colboot, that screwed me up. And for the other games, i just don't know, sorry man. I guess just try some new games and if that dosn't work, ask people in this forum.
     
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    Rock and roll man TY. Some actually gave me a BOOT.PBP file. I dunno, I'm still learning all this crapola.
     
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    Yeah, if i could help you any further i would though.
     

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