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Discussion in 'Sony Handhelds' started by dannyong, Mar 24, 2007.

  1. dannyong

    dannyong Member

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    I jus recently got a psp and it's in version 3.10-oea. Do i need any programme to run iso/cso games?? otherwise wat am i suppose to do in order to run my games? Help me please... Thanks
     
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    Just put ur ISO's to ISO folder
     
  3. dannyong

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    then i need any programme to run as in emulator or wat?? Advice Needed... Thanks...
     
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    Just as I said.. Move ur files to ISO folder, then run the games under the game menu in ur psp
     
  5. dannyong

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    then wad abt de umd?? I'm ver noob at psp so bear wif me... thanks
     
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    put your games on :X/ISO/(game here either iso/cso)

    you don't need anything to work that,,just play it like umd

    and still you need to have umd game to work you iso/cso
     
  7. dannyong

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    just put an empty umd??
     
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    put a umd on the drive,,coz some or most of the iso/cso games need to have an inserted umd,,,so your system will read your iso/cso as if they are umd,,

    u can set in recovery move "no umd enabled",,,but more easier is insert any umd and play!
     
  9. dannyong

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    can show me the method ?? Thanks alot...
     
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    full reset your psp....hold the power for like 5seconds,,,,,and then it will turn off completely,,,,then,,,,before turning it on,,hold the R button while turning it on,,,and then u are now in recovery mode,,,in recovery mode,,, go to configuration....and then...click 'Use NO-UMD' and then it will become enabled,,,,so now you can play without umd inserted in the drive,,,,,but,,

    some of the games don't work with this one,,,so better if you have a game umd on the drive,,,,,and your iso's now will play,,,
     
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    jus leave de umd inside?? need settling again??
     
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    CoRn3tTo Regular member

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    yes,,leave it...and now you'll play,,,,

    and man,,,try not to post/make many similar threads in another forum bcoz i think it is illegal?,,,just use the search button for your prob,and u will find answers that u want,,or if u don't find same prob as yours,what u can do is just wait for people to help you,,im sure someone will help you here,,,just wait,,, ok,,
     
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    ok ok... thank u ver much on de help.. My apologize...
     

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