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Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Games' started by pspcube, Jul 4, 2007.

  1. pspcube

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    hi. i am having problems running all the games that i've downloaded. i am currently running 3.40 oe a. just wondering if i need to change any settings to have the games to work. i'm sure there is no problem with the files that i downloaded but when i try to run the game.. it blacks out right after it loads the preloading screen. not sure what the problem is, just hope someone can help me fix this problem. thanks
     
  2. PsPower

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    Did you make a ISO folder on the root of your PSP. Make sure its Uppercased. Then just drag and drop the .ISO file to the folder.

    ISO/[drop file(s) heres]
     
  3. pspcube

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    yes. still blacks out. do have to change any settings in order for it to work?
     
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    Many games wont work unless there is a UMD in the drive. So if you have a UMD stick it in there and it should work, if you don't have a UMD go into the recovery menu by holding "R" while turning the PSP during coldboot. Go into the "Configuration" menu and enable the "Use No-UMD" option. Exit out off all the menus, the psp will reboot and then try the game. If it doesn't work with the UMD or this option then you have a corrupt iso.
     
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    in the recovery menu try this settings,if the games dont work try change the settings,


    Game folder homebrew (currently: 3.XX Kernal)
    Use NO-UMD (currently:disabled)
    Fake region (currently:America) try all diferent regions
    Free UMD region(currently Enabled)

    Advanced
    -advanced configuration-
    Plain modules in UMD/ISO (currently: Enabled)

    CPU Speed
    Speed in UMD/ISO (currently:333)
    if doesn’t work try 266mhz ,some games only work with the right cpu speed


    Plugins
    All Disabled
     
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    thanks everyone for the help. i finally figured out what my problem was. I did not disabled "Use No UMD". Now it works!! thanks much again! You guys been a great help.
     
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    hi guys how do you go to recovery mode pls..thanks
     
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    With your PSP off, not in sleep mode but totally off. Hold the "R" trigger and then turn on your PSP.
     
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    sorry but its not coming how many minutes do you want to hold the r button
     
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    pls tell me excatly how you go to recovery mode.thank you btw
     
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    It should come after a few seconds. Again, turn the PSP completely off. Press and hold the "R" trigger while turning the PSP on and hold the "R" trigger button until the PSP comes on.
     
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    what is the R trigger help me out pls.
     
  14. PeaInAPod

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    The big button on the top right of your PSP that is labeled R. Not to be rude but if you don't know what the "R" trigger is I wouldn't recommend messing with customizing your PSP, or using homebrew or anything.
     
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    so tell me how you go to recovery mode excatly pls step by step pls
     
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    I have twice! This is getting old fast, and if you don't understand these simple directions you shouldn't be messing around in the recovery menu or with homebrew in general. Heck, people aren't always going to be there to spoon feed you information, go read about recovery menu and learn something.
     
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