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ISO problems in 3.02OE-B

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by cheeher, Jan 10, 2007.

  1. cheeher

    cheeher Regular member

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    ive gone through lots of thread to find the answer to my question but i couldnt find it. so i decided to make one. ok. i recently upgraded my psp to 3.02OE-A to 3.02OE-B. yay!! i can play all kinds of games but i can't seem to play my ISOs. i dunno what's wrong. first of all i downloaded a Resident Evil 2. when i got it it has 2 files. one is call the resident evil 2.mdf . the other is call resident evil 2.mds. i used the software MagicISO to convert both of the files into an ISO. i created a folder in X:\ISO. but when i play the psp, no ISO folder or game will show up except the other PSX games? what is wrong. seriously need help. thnsx
     
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    cheeher Regular member

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    plz really need help
     
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    ok, you need to convert PSX type files to Eboot.pbp files first, before you even place them onto your PSP

    i use a program called Popstation which converts most PSX images into the eboot.pbp type that the PSP can read, you can get popstation http://dl.qj.net/index.php

    once your PSX image is converted it should consist of 2 files: eboot.pbp and a keys.bin

    next step is to place these files in a folder, which you can name whatever you want

    now, you must place that folder with the eboot.pbp and the keys.bin
    into your PSP drive to: X:\PSP\GAME

    then it should show up under GAME > Memory Stick in the XMB

    this is what i do for PSX games, and it works for me

     
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    cheeher Regular member

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    yeah that worked but it freezes not too long after the beginning of the game. so i wanna try to get the ISO folder instead. plz help me
     
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    RyuKonton Regular member

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    If you get an ISO version you will have to get a separate emulator that runs much slower than the Sony one, so don't do that.

    OE-B still has some bugs that have glitches and annoyances in a lot of PSX games, as you see around the forums.

    So just wait until there's some sort of a fix for this.
     

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