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IS0s not working

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by fireman50, Jun 2, 2007.

  1. fireman50

    fireman50 Regular member

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    I downgraded my friend's PSP from 2.81 to 1.50 and then upgraded it to 3.40 oe. For some reason none of his ISO's work. Whenever I try to play one there's always a black screen. I tried going to 3.03 oe but they still don't work. I also tried enabling and disabling noUMD. Any suggestions?
     
  2. mrmcman

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    there needs to be a UMD in the drive to play an ISO.

    Also, did u put the iso in the ISO folder located x:/ISO? if u put iot in game, it doesnt work.
     
  3. fireman50

    fireman50 Regular member

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    I already did both of those things. I tried using devhook to load the iso's and it worked though.
     
  4. mrmcman

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    im no good with iso's, so i only say wat other ppl would, but they are my weak spot. i have no idea wat ur doing wrong.
     
  5. LUFFYPSP

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    try disabling the no-umd n other two options below(sumthin like fake region like tht) it.then start the game with a demo/game umd in the umd drive.
     
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    u don't need devhook for OE.
     
  7. LUFFYPSP

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    or how bout increasing ur umd/iso cpu speed to 333mhz...coz it is a black screen matter.

    hope tht helps....
     

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