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Problem with psp iso's "NOT HOW 2" But "WHY!"

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Homebrew software' started by jnbean, Apr 25, 2007.

  1. jnbean

    jnbean Member

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    I have 3.03Oe-c...I put the iso in the iso folder in the root of my memory stick like im susposed to but the game isnt showing up on the game menu? why?
     
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  2. WierdName

    WierdName Regular member

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    Bad ISO?
     
  3. jnbean

    jnbean Member

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    Yea thats what i was thinking.
     
  4. scott2k7

    scott2k7 Guest

    dno i was avin da same prob as u m8 i wa pullin ma hair out then i tryed the 3.03 dowgrader lol and i bricked it now i just cant recover to 1.5 any ideas
     
  5. Pud1000

    Pud1000 Regular member

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    jnbean- try backing all your stuff up. Then format your mem stick then put all your suff back on-your iso in the premade iso folder
     
  6. scott2k7

    scott2k7 Guest

    dun taht m8 soz
     
  7. daz2007

    daz2007 Regular member

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    Try opening the ISO to see if it corupted
     
  8. scott2k7

    scott2k7 Guest

    wel @daz2007 i no there not its just that i was trying the usbfhosts or sumin then it just would not find my iso files no more i have also disabled the plugins for it and deleted them
     
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    i meant opening the ISO in windows with a program like WinRar 7Zip or WinZip to see if they are corrupted. These programs offer a option to test the archive for corruption.
     
  10. faqman98

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    it works best (maybe only)when it's a cso format
     
  11. scott2k7

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    wel i was running them the other day and then tried usbfhosts but i now need 2 recover ma psp lol im shittin ma self and anyways after usbfhosts fing they just didnt show up at all
     

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