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hot to put psx games on psp modded 3.52m33

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by jayster12, Sep 12, 2007.

  1. jayster12

    jayster12 Regular member

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    Hi i have a modded psp with version 3.52m33 how to i put psx games on it..? thanks
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    If you have an iso file or image file you'll need to convert into an eboot.pbp file. Once you do that, you'll have to put it in the GAME folder.
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    how do u convert it?
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    can you explain it a bit better please..?
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    ???????????????????????
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    stop double posting.if you need answer urgently then edit your message and make it look urgent.
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    sorry man just some help would be nice like i got games working fine from iso it is really easy now.. but im sure if someone just explained how to put psx games decently i would no what to do
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    you should google it.i would've got psx games on my psp but i don't have my psp right now =\.so try google or search for threads.or just wait til someone knows the answer.
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    alright i have the eboot file now but it doesnt work when i put it in the game folder..?
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    make a folder inside the game folder call it whatever your game is,then put the eboot there
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    ok thanks and just makeing sure it will work on 3.52 m33.. n do i have to call it exatly what the game name is( game name is something like this: final fantasy 7 and i just put ff7 will it still work..?
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    ff7 should work
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    ok thanks a lot for the help it works!!!! and will ps2 games work if u have a lot of memory thanks again!!!
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    nah ps2 games won't work lol,wish they would and no probs dude glad you finally got it working
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    ok jw would b aswom if they could tho lol neway thanks again!! i would of never figured that out lol
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    nothing to do with orignal question but i dont wanna make another thread so i recently have downloaded medal of honor for the psp i go to extract it and a screen comes up saying rename, rename all etc i got to renames it i call it medal of honor.cso and it becomes a cso file but doesnt show up on my psp y is this..? if i do not rename it nothing happens and i dont get any files can any1 help me because iv had like 5 or 6 games like this and i can never get them to work!! i have other games working but nevr ones you have to rename thansk for whoever helps me out
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    when you put the iso/cso on your memory stick, it should be in the iso folder. the folder should be in the root of the memory stick like this MS:\iso

    also, check the properties. the only box that should be checked is "archive"
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    they are becasue i have other csos working they jsu dont work when i have to rename them lik it be a reli long name i then call it medal of honor heroes.cso the file would shrink from 500 mb to like 100 i dnt get this n then i put it in the iso folder n note thing shows up this has happened for like 4 games all different is it the namei have for it or sumthing..?
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    try MoH as an iso. i haven't had any problem running iso. it may be bigger, but there should be less lag since it's not compressed.

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