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Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Homebrew software' started by shezad, Mar 14, 2007.

  1. shezad

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    hi i store the iso game in the iso folder and it doesnt come up on the menu. I tried the same games on a different psp and it worked. My psp is a 3.03 oec what is the matter with it???
     
  2. MidnightJ

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    Try formatting your memory stick. Also make sure the game is .ISO at the end of it, or else it won't show up.
     
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    Thanks for that one more thing i have just upgraded the psp to 3.03 oec from 1.50 and when i choose an iso game it loads and then says error what could it be, and again it works on the other psp. I just upgraded it today.
     
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    I just put an umd disk in and it worked. the iso games are still not coming up?
     
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    Hi, sorry about this but does this mean that i have to keep a umd in my psp to run the iso games?
     
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    Hi, sorry about this but does this mean that i have to keep a umd in my psp to run the iso games?
     
  7. MidnightJ

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    Yes. The ISO always shows up when you put them in the ISO folder on your PSP. Always have a UMD in when playing ISO games.
     
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    why??? and is it same with cso?
     
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    CSO is an ISO, just in compressed form. What's the big deal of having a UMD in there? It's because you need the system to have the disc spinning to think its actually playing the game AKA the ISO. So it will actually start up.
     
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    Thankyou very much. May need advise in future lol
     

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