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How do you create DOCUMENT.dat file for a PS1 game for PSP?

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Games' started by BrendanL, Aug 28, 2007.

  1. BrendanL

    BrendanL Regular member

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    Okay, I have an UltraISO ISO file of Klonoa Door to Phantomile. I used PopstationGUI v2.21 to create the EBOOT.PBP and KEYS.BIN files. I tried to play Klonoa but it didn't work. I got a copy of Hot Shots Golf 2 and the folder had the EBOOT.PBP file, KEYS.BIN file and DOCUMENT.dat file. So I figured that I need a DOCUMENT.dat file to get Klonoa working. So can anyone give me a step by step tutorial on how to make a DOCUMENT.dat file?

    Thanks
    -BrendanL
     
  2. chaosnova

    chaosnova Guest

    BRendan, listen up. USE THE SEARCH BUTTON.

    I'll make it easy for you.

    1.) Everytime you get a PLAYSTATION GAME, you convert it to eboot.phb right? Remember, psp games don't work like playstation games.
    2.) after using popstation, you make an eboot.phb. Now, get your keys.bin and your eboot.phb and copy (or cut) them.
    3.) Go to usb mode on your PSP and connect your USB cable.
    4.) When in the main screen of the USB mode on your comp, also known as root, go to PSP, then look for "game." In "game" create a new folder of any name and paste the keys.bin and the file.

    That should do it, but the last step is kinda shaky, considering the fact that i have no PSP near me, I may have given incorrect names for the folder (although I doubt I did). Don't worry, you won't mess up your PSP anyways, but I hope this helps.

    Please man, learn to use the search button
     
  3. BrendanL

    BrendanL Regular member

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    Nevermind, it's PopstationGUI. I don't think it supports UltraISO ISOs.
     
  4. chaosnova

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    Brendan, just search for "Dr.Pop." That's what I use... once you get it just ask if you need to on how it works....

    I'd appreciate a thankyou too!!
     
  5. BrendanL

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    Well, thanks... I guess. I knew about Dr.Pop before you told me and it doesn't work. I can run it, and you're suppose to drag the ISO into Dr.Pop but it doesn't work. I drag the ISO and put it in Dr.Pop and nothing happens.
     
  6. chaosnova

    chaosnova Guest

    Brendan, look man.

    It's freaking common sense, without being technical..

    EVEN IF YOU KNEW ABOUT DR.POP, why would I mention that you try it?

    So that it doesn't work, or so that I waste your time? No.

    Listen up, drag the ISO file into the the Dr.pop, then choose your level of speed through which you will recreate it, then hit start.. I'm saying this from what I remember... if you need specific help, or if you still have problems, just post here... if this doesn't work then I'll give it my all...

    No one, not even me has had so much trouble with converting 1 fusking file.. Noobs these days on the forums
     
  7. BrendanL

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    You don't know what the hell you're talking about. Dr.Pop doesn't support UltraISO ISOs! Nothing damn does. Anyways, I got the game to work already.
     

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