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How to run MULTI5 files???

Discussion in 'Sony Handhelds' started by jdog12345, Apr 21, 2007.

  1. jdog12345

    jdog12345 Member

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    Hi Everyone,
    I have scoured the forum and the net trying to avoid making a redundant post but I am clueless as to where I can find out how to run a MULTI5 file on my 3.30 OE-A PSP.

    If anyone can direct me on what I need to do to get the files to work that would be awesome!

    Thanks in advance!

    jdog :)
     
  2. mrgooey

    mrgooey Regular member

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    eh... 3.30 should run ant MULTI5 file(s). Check if u have a UMD and disable the No-UMD.
     
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    Sorry... total noob. Do I just dump the files to the ISO folder?
     
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    dump a file ( no, files ... if so then rebuild it). It should be only u one file. yes it goes on the ISO folder.

    Forgot to tell u ... games can be work wherever u buy it. Even u have an official Sony firmware (not custom). However only OE can run UMD movies that is different region.
     
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    Thanks for helping me. Last stupid question an I will leave you alone... How do I rebuild
    he file into one iso? Do I use nero?

    Thanks again!
     
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    use umdgen
     

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