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ISO/CSO bug?

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Homebrew software' started by actuist, May 2, 2007.

  1. actuist

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    I'm not sure if anyone is getting this too, but I recently upgraded from my japanese psp1000 1.5 > 3.03 OE-C custom firmware and immediately put games in the ISO folder. Some of these files don't even show up on the memory stick, but if i format the mem stick and put the cso of the game that previously didn't show, it would be there only if there were no other iso/cso files there. So basically if i had .cso A,B,C,D. I put A, then B and all is good on the psp. I once put B first then A and A wouldn't show up. I tested C and D respectively from a formatted mem stick and they worked, but after trying to put A and B on with it, both A + B didn't display under the mem stick. So basically I can't put all 4 together and this baffled me because it wasn't a corrupt .iso/.cso issue. I can't resolve this issue. It's not a memory problem I still have 200MB remaining if I put all of them on... it just doesn't display all my .cso.
    And yes I have my "no-umd: disabled," also i have a umd in the psp and it's set on 1.5 kernel. Any help would be appreciated.

     
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  2. FittersGI

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    might be caused by a fake memory stick if you have one, there are random problems with the fake memory sticks, so maybe that is one of them, not really sure though
     
  3. actuist

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    thanks... you maybe right. I just put two .cso's on my mem card and both games ran perfectly. I added music/photos/video and they all were 'corrupted' data. Maybe explains why the other .cso's didn't show up unger games. But this is a certified SONY pro duo mem stick. I will try to exchange and see what happens.
     
  4. FittersGI

    FittersGI Guest

    if its a certified sony memory stick it shouldnt be fake, there are some on ebay and stuff like that that claim to be 4GB but actually only hold 2GB and their transfer speeds are about half and stuff like that

    but, it might be defective, you never know
     

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