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I downloaded a game but it is not an ISO do not know how to play

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Games' started by beast23, Jun 19, 2007.

  1. beast23

    beast23 Member

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    Hi All,

    I downloaded a game that is .rar, it doesn't contain any file named .ISO or .CSO, but has 1 file (UMD_DATA.BIN) and a folder the contents of which are:
    PSP_GAME--> SYSDIR --> UPDATE(FOLDER), BOOT.BIN, EBOOT.BIN
    USERDIR --> font, module, music, streams, video (Folders), pcode.dat
    ICON0.PNG
    ICON1.PMF
    PARAM.SFO
    PIC1.PNG

    Please instruct me on how to play this game... i have a 3.03 OE-C.
     
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  3. beast23

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    Hi,
    Thanks for the help, i have another game called Pilot Academy, it was downloaded as a .rar but when i try extratct files from it it asks for password.

    And i do not know how to get the password for it. it has got a lot of files in it... i can't extract even 0ne of them. thought the whole bulk has got an ISO file as well but still i can't extract it as it asks for a password.
     
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    if you downloaded from a torrent site see in the site if there is any comments for that torrent file ,if someone else is asking for the password

    or try ask\search here
    http://forum2.youceff.com/forumdisplay.php?f=36

    if you downloaded from pspiso.com they have the passwords there usually is the name of the poster
     
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