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Pls explain how I put ISO, CSO games on psp and play them.

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  1. mikepl335

    mikepl335 Member

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    I just bought a psp and wanna play some downloaded games from my memorystick. I downloaded one game allready and don't know how to get it working. Please tell me how I can get a game working from my memory stick in a simle way. Thank You
     
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    well what firmware are you? if it's custom firmware put them in an ISO folder in the root of your memory stick so it goes E:/ISO. E = removeable disc, different from comp to comp. And go on your psp and go to the game section and memory stick and u should c it there.
     
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    I have a regular software and it's 2.71. I heard about the new 3.40 oe-a that came out but I do not really know how to put it on my PSP. The readme is kindoff unclear to me.
     
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    go to psp-hacks.com and download the 2.80 upgrade. once upgraded to 2.80, use the 2.80 DOWNgrader to go back to 1.5. then upgrade to either 3.03OE-C, 3.10 OE-A, 3.30 OE-A, or 3.40 OE-A(3.03OE-A and 3.10 OE-A recommended). after that u can just drop the game iso/cso files into E:/ISO folder(root of the memory card)
     
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    ThX for letting me know. I am in the process of updating. I need a little help because I get confused in this step in the readme; Execute the program, and it will generate the DATA.DXAR file. The checksums...

    What does it mean to excute the program How I will generate the DATA.DXAR. Please help my PSP is new and I do not want to brick it by making some stupid mistake.
     
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    Exucute the program means to EXECUTE THE PROGRAM. YOU PUSH X. Wow.
     
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    Yeah I get that but where will my DATA.DXAR will be after I do that shit.
     
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    NEVER MIND PEOPLE AND THANX FOR ANY HELP. I ALLREADY FOUND A REALLY CLEAR STEP BY STEP DESCRIPTION OF THE FW UPDATE AND I GOT MY CUSTOM FW WORKING. tHx
     
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    just to let u know, i only recommend 3.03 oe-c and 3.10 oe-a' because they have been revised(fixed bugs), any firmwares higher might have bugs here and there
     
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    Yes I think u r right. Thx
     
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    i'm upgrading from 2.81 to 3.03, do i still need gta to downgrade?
     
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    Isn't there a 2.81 downgrader?
     
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    anything below 2.80 use the 2.80 downgrader.
    anything from 2.81 - 3.03 use the 3.03 downgrader(requires GTA 2.0)
     
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    Local Stores are selling PSP I & K versions which i gather are the 2.60 and 2.71 firmware PSPs. I would like to downgrade to version 1.50 but the downgraders i have seen all still seem to Require an unpatched GTA LCS. Is it possible to downgrade without a copy of GTA? It was my understanding that firmware under 3.03 was able to do this. But i just cannot seem to find one that will. Any tips or links would be greatly appreciated. Even better a step by step noob guide! I have not purchased the PSP yet but i am eagerly awaiting help so that i can.

    Thank you.
     
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    HEy people how ya'll doin i just upgraded my 1.5 to a 3.03oe-c and just finished figuring out how to install the snes emulator? that is done already know my problem now is i don't know where to put my games or (roms) can someone please help? thank you
     
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    Alright. One thing I don't understand, I have the 3.40 update. Do I have to downgrade and upgrade then?
     
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    If u have the official 3.40 update, don't use it. Get to a CFW so u can emulate, run homebrew, and run ISO/CSO
     

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