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playing psx iso on psp

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Homebrew software' started by stellar20, Nov 4, 2007.

  1. stellar20

    stellar20 Regular member

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    im having triuble finding a guide for playing psx iso on psp on 3.52 m33? and will it suppport disk changing?
     
  2. Dr1ver

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    the best way to play psx games on the psp is to use sony's own emulator as its better than any that run isos. To do this you need to change the isos into eboots autopopstation 4 is what i use and it works fine with most games.
    all you have to do is put the psx iso into the autopopstation folder. next run autopopstation and it will show all the isos in that folder. now type the name of the iso in e.g driver.iso then press enter and it should come up with plese type the name of the game e.g Driver then press enter again. next type the game name in to get the code for the game e.g Driver [PAL E] - SLEC01816. then if you game has come up press n if it hasn't press y and type it again
    once you press n it will ask you for the code e.g SLEC01816. now it will ask you how much you want to compress it 0-9 0 = no compression 9 = high compression (it doen't compress it much sometimes) then press enter. next it will ask you for a ebook manual thing which you can look at will playing the game. just press D to skip it. then it will ask you if all is correct and the press y and it will start converting it (takes about 20 min on the my rubish laptop). once it has finished it will put it into the results folder e.g driver.iso with 2 files inside. copy the folder e.gdriver.iso into game (which needs to be on kernel 3.52) and then rename the folder. now go to the game folder and your psx game will be there.

    hop that helps
     
  3. svtstang

    svtstang Regular member

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    To answer the disc swapping question, yes and no. If the game has an endpoint in which you save (like Final Fantasy games) then yes, you can continue to the next disc with no problems. Other games (like Chrono Cross) must be played with using fixes made by members of the community. Some games that are not so popular (I think Grandia is one) still have no fix at this point.
     

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