Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by bigcuz000, Feb 3, 2007.
would a custom gameboot mess the PSX emulator on 3.03OE-C?
no when u load PSX games it doesn't load a gameboot anyhow.
i was just wondering cause it doesnt work now
hmm thats odd.
also when i first installed my gameboot it had the words
now it just has PSP
i would try formatting the stick and reinstalling the PSX game.
alright i will try. yesterday i reloaded the game twice, converted again and ripped it again from the disk, but it didnt help. it worked the other morning.
well just to make sure i would put the original gameboot back in and see what happens.
and how would i go about getting that back
hahaha im sorry but.....
#1 written rule of ANY modification....Create a backup beforehand....for reasons of which you have just learned
If you have MSN messenger PM me ur username and I can send u the OEM gameboot.
are you sure you didn't change the font or something like that?
PSX emu uses it's own boot found in the eboot.pbp. and it's a static image.
Ah yes excellent point smurff i had the same problem when i used a font that was to large in size,
ah i dont have MSN. but im not really worried about it. everything else still runs great with no problems. PSX doesnt really bother me. and if worse comes to worse, cant i just do a upgrade to 1.5 and back up to 3.03OE-C?
u could use the recovery option to reinstall 3.03 OE-C but yes u can do that also.
i didnt change font but when i go to load the PSX game it just freezes. but in the folder where the eboot is, would haveing anything else in there besides the eboot and keys.bin effect anything?
well there might be a document.dat file but it shouldnt hurt anything, i cant say for sure tho.
how would i go about reinstalling 3.03OE-C from recovery
someone made a AIO downrgader package. its hosted over at psp-hacks.com
u an download that but u will need to obtain a data.dxar file used for re-installation.
would i have to create the data.dxar myself
if you want to make sure nothing goes wrong, then yes, go ahead and make one.
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