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How do I convert 2 disc psx game into 1 disc psp game?

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Homebrew software' started by icefaii, Oct 13, 2007.

  1. icefaii

    icefaii Member

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    Hi folks, I need to convert parasite eve 2's psx version into psp version, but I heard that for this game, there is no save during disc swapping. So I think I would have to combine it into 1 eboot file in order for it to work on psp.

    Anyone has any idea how to make 2 disc game into 1 eboot?

    thanks
     
  2. drakex

    drakex Regular member

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    You cant convert both into 1 eboot, what you need to do is make the eboot think its loading the same data file... in other words you need to make both games believe they use the same save file, so when you complete disk one and start disk 2 the save file of disk 1 will work on disk 2... its complicated... but it works, if not ask the guys with FF VII
     
  3. icefaii

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    But FFVII works becuase it allows you to save during disc change, and some game doesnt like parasite eve, so even making same save file wont work?
     
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    maybe try getting a completed game save for disc 1 and load that while running disk 2.
     
  5. x0r

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    hi can u pm me the link to converting it to eboot
     
  6. marlino23

    marlino23 Regular member

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    HERE (i no its not pm but i thought others might like it.)
     

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