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psp firmware 3.52 m33 isos extracting

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by jayster12, Sep 7, 2007.

  1. jayster12

    jayster12 Regular member

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    I have firmware 3.52m33 on my psp i have winrar as well i dont no how to extract the file properly i guess..? It might be my settings i nrecovery mode im not reli sure.. if anyone ccould may tell me all theri settings in recovery mode and explain in depth to me what to do when extracting files that would b extremly helpfull thanks!
     
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    sphynx630 Regular member

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    If your still trying to get help then try not to post multiple threads on the same topic!
     
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    sphynx630 Regular member

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    You know how I've been telling you to go to the flash1 folder? Do you know how to get there?
     
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    wen wer u telling me that? w/e so what do i do
     
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    I was telling you on the other thread! Anyways go to the recovery menu then go to advance then toggle usb (flash 1). Make sure your psp is connected to the usb. then your psp should come up in my computer. Then look for config.se then delete. that solves the configuration/settings problem
     
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    afer you do that go to configuration and only change UMD mode to Sony NP9660. Try it after that.
     
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    thanks man as long as you dont try n screw up my psp im trusin u on this one
     
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    Its not gonna ruin ittrust me. I've done it myself. Only the files in the flash0 can ruin your psp. You can virtually delete everything from the flash 1 folder. All it is, is the saved information on the psp such as nicknames and stuff.
     
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    ok thanks alot i no im gettting pretty annoying now lol
     
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    lol don't worry about it. Just tell me if it solves the problem.
     
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    wow thanks alot got it working fine now reli appreciate the help!
     
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    No problem! I'm glad we were finally able to solve the problem.
     

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