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I DID IT! IM ON 3.40 OE A!!! now what do I do?

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

  1. Redize

    Redize Guest

    Any suggestions?
     
  2. shadow270

    shadow270 Guest

    you can play isos,hombrews, flash your psp, make a barbecue on it,travel in time.. anything you want.
     
  3. Redize

    Redize Guest

    I tried a nes rom but got this error..'
    8002014c
     
  4. shadow270

    shadow270 Guest

    Do you have a NES emulator??
     
  5. Redize

    Redize Guest

    no, somehow I got deal or no deal to work but cant figure out roms or isos//
     
  6. guano

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    Congratulations. *slap*
     
  7. Redize

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    k got a iso and its a bunch of rar files
    do i extract first rar to iso on psp?
     
  8. guano

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    Double click the 1st file and it'll become one file. (If you knew that already, big deal. Next step.)

    Don't unRar onto your PSP b/c it will take all night. (It's basically compiling the ISO onto your PSP which is baaaaad.)

    Just unRar, then move. :D
     
  9. Redize

    Redize Guest

    K i got the bin and psp game folders, moved them to the ISO folder in psp, go to play and it says corrupted folder?!!??~?
     
  10. tehjoker

    tehjoker Regular member

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    Thats cause they dont go on the ISO folder smart one. They go in the GAME150 folder.
     
  11. Redize

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    Hey my sig says Im a newbie dammit lol, transfering them to game150 folder now, I thought isos go in iso folder..
     
  12. tehjoker

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    Oh my bad, your a noob, thats right, does that mean we need to spoon-feed you?
     
  13. Redize

    Redize Guest

    yes please and diaper change me..
    and for the record I moved them to game150 folder and get same corrupted data error..
     
  14. Redize

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    ok I formatted my memory card, now does the bin and games folder go in the root of game150 or do I have to make a folder first in game150 and put them in that?
     
  15. Redize

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    wait does bin go in the game folder in game150?
     
  16. tehjoker

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    Homebrew goes in the GAME150
    Iso go in the ISO folder
    PS1 games go in the GAME folder

    What folders are you talking about? Take a pic or something.
     
  17. Redize

    Redize Guest

    so why did you originally tell me to put my iso in game150?
     
  18. Redize

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    I put it in game150 folder and iso both say corrupted, I put both bin and cues in the root of game150 and iso both seperatley and corrupt data error is all I get!
     
  19. tehjoker

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    What iso is it?! Is it a psp iso or a ps1 iso? First off, PS1 games are NOT isos, they need to be converted to an eboot.php, google for psp psx converter. Also, PSP isos dont have bins and other stuff. Next time you need help, you need to be specific or else no one is going to understand what you need help on. And we also have this thing called an Edit button.
     
    Last edited: May 12, 2007
  20. Redize

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    Im just a idiot I guess, if anyone has time and patience and can help me load isos and get some roms working pm me, I will pay $10 to whoever can help, thanks
     

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