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copying and playing iso on 3.52 m33 step by step?

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by k1dr0ck, Aug 4, 2007.

  1. k1dr0ck

    k1dr0ck Member

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    just bought a psp with cfw 3.52 m33

    just would like to know how to copy iso to my psp and playing it step by step, sorry if i'm thick i'm just a noob on iso's and psp...thanks
     
  2. bu22ard

    bu22ard Regular member

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    really simple:

    make folder ISO on psp (at root ms0:/ISO), place isos in it
    run them by selecting memory card on psp and they will appear there
     
  3. k1dr0ck

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    is the "ms0" the drive path? like example "f:/"? of my memory card
     
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    bu22ard Regular member

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    yep :)
    ie. P:/ISO
     
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    HMMMM.....NEVER GOT IT...!!!!ANY MORE INFOS PLZ????????
     
  6. btjl90

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    on ur psp:

    1) go to system settings
    2) format ur memory stick
    3) connect USB cable
    4) go to system settings
    5) select USB connection

    on ur computer:

    1) browse the removable drive detected
    2) create the folder named ISO in mstick:\ (if not already there)
    3) put ur games in there

    check if its in on ur psp
     
  7. Shokz

    Shokz Regular member

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    Just format your memory stick, on your PSP go to "System Settings", and then "Format Memory Stick".

    Then when you connect your PSP to your PC it should have the correct folders already made for you.

    Then with the .iso's you have, just drag and drop them into you ISO folder (first make sure you've extracted them if they are in a .rar file)
     
  8. anand_

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    is it necessary to insert UMD????coz wen i go to games>memory stick....it doesnot detect it..!
     
  9. Shokz

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    Well, that shouldn't be happening, it's something to do with the game you put in the ISO folder i would think.

    Connect your psp to your pc, go into the ISO folder and right click on one of the files, then click "Properties". In the window that comes up, what does it say next to "Type of file:"?
     
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    the type of file is power iso....i extracted using winrar..
     
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    Shokz Regular member

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    Well, that's the right kind of file, i'm really not sure why it's not showing up :(
     
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    the game i am talking about is 300....there were lots of files...i extrated .001....which gave me the poweriso file....!!an reasons..???
    the file name is "dfc-300m.iso"
     
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    The reason there were lots of files was because most downloads break the .rar file down into lot's of sections, but when you extract it using winrar it automatically puts them all back together.
     
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    hmmm... i figured out that wasn't the problem...!!!anyways thanks guys for yer support....may have to wait a long time now to play .iso's...!
     
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    I am using Custom Firmware M33 3.52 and I want to update to the latest version which is M33 3.52-2 but don't know what folder or folders to use.It has been over a year since I last did this so I am really rusty and forgot how to.

    I downloaded the update but I just don't know where it goes.In my PSP I have the following folders:MP_ROOT

    PSP folder-contains GAME,MUSIC,VIDEO,PHOTO,and SAVEDATA
    ISO folder

    Inside my PSP folder I also have the following subfolders:Inside the GAME folder I have folders kxploitpatcher% and M33CREATOR and last but not least I have the 3.52 M33UPDATE folder. So where does the update go because the update folder has several other folders in it.
     
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    you say you are on CFW 3.52 M33 and wish to update to 3.52 M33-2...

    then simply place the M33Update folder (which contains only an EBOOT.PBP file) inside Game150 and run it from the memory stick.
     
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    that's the thing, I don't have a folder called GAME150 on my PSP. I have that folder on the M33update folder.

    Do I copy that folder and put it in my PSP? If so in what folder do I put it in?
     
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    In your GAME150 folder create a folder called M33Update or whatever you want it to say. Place the M33 Update EBOOT in that folder.

    @anand
    That isn't a PowerISO file that is a generic ISO. Any ISO program can open that.


    @All
    If your ISO's wont play then they may need to be rebuilt with a program like UMDGen. I have Burnout Dominator in ISO form. At first it wouldn't work so I thought it was a bad rip. But then a second rip didnt fix it. So I extracted the contents of the ISO and rebuilt the ISO with UMDGen the resulting ISO worked perfectly.
     
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    Usually the file type that is listed is specific to the programs you have which can open it with. In anand_'s case this is PowerISO.
     
  20. poolpro

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    Where is this GAME150 folder? I don't have that folder on my PSP.
     

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