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Cleaning up Corrupted Data

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by 1OFDEM, May 28, 2007.

  1. 1OFDEM

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    Okay, It's kind of annoying seeing those corrupted data files show up under the game tab on my psp, so I'm trying to figure out what I don't need.

    Two folders I'm looking at right now in the GAME folder are 303oeflasher and 303oeflasher, which, if I remember right, are the files I needed to update my psp to 3.03 OE-C. Also, do I still need that UPDATE folder in the GAME folder?
     
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    You can delete the files you used to install the firmware
     
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    So what about the % files next to my emulators?

    Example:
    Daedalus ---> Daedalus%
    gpSP ---> gpsp%
    snes9xTYL---> snes9xTYL%

    Can I get rid of these? These are the only things that show up as "corrupted file"s
     
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    Do I need these files to run the emulators? I'm too afraid to delete them because I might brick my PSP...
     
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    You need it. It's part of an exploit to run it I believe. You can hide them in the recovery menu, there's an option there.
     
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    How do I get to the recovery menu? Can I get to it via the psp menu or do i need to look at the root menu on computer?
     
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    Okay my question was answered on another thread :). However, is there a way to rename those "corrupted files"?
     
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    no they need to be like that, ie they need the same name as the other folder, as well as the %.
     
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    So I can hide the % files in the recovery menu? I'm in recovery mode right now, should I open flash 0? where exactly can I put the % files?
     
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    You don't put the files anywhere, you just select the option to hide corrupted files
     
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    Okay I hid the corrupted data. Thnx, and sry for all the noob questions. I don't OWN a PSP, but my friend is letting me borrow his over the summer, and I've had it for close to a week now.
     

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