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Playing games that aren't isos

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Homebrew software' started by superpie, Feb 19, 2007.

  1. superpie

    superpie Member

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    I downloaded an iso but it came as a winrar file. I extracted it but it came out as loads of wierd things. Where do I put them and or how do I turn them into an iso or cso?
     
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    You aren't giving enough information. What are these `weird thing`. We aren't psychic over here.
     
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    OK. It was all in a file called PSP_GAME and in that were two folders,
    SYSDIR and USRDIR. There were two images, like that of a game save, called ICON0 and PIC1. There was a PARAM text document in there as well.
    In the SYSDIR folder were two BIN files, called BOOT and EBOOT. They were both 810kb.
    In the USRDIR folder, were 5 subfolders, ch, kmodule, lang, module and sound.
    In the kmodule and module folders were PRX files. In the others were DAT files.
    I have had games like this before. Where do I put them/ what do I do with them. PLEASE HELP!ASAP!
    Thanks
     
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    Those are definitely psp umd files. Whenever you extract an iso, thats what comes out. However, I am unsure how to put those back into an ISO. Im fairly sure you can use MagicISO to create .isos out of files. You can get serials/cracks from various places. Good luck.
     
  5. chanman1

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    u just extracted the ISO file, because u set winRAR to recognize ISO files as RAR archives. I hope u didn't delete the original RAR file, because thats probably the ISO itself

    read through the WHOLE THING

    http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/248020
     

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