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Stuck at the Intro screen

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by damazon, Jun 16, 2007.

  1. damazon

    damazon Member

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    I have a 3.02 oe-b psp and i'm trying to play games from the memory stick. I have tried 1 PSX game and 2 PSP games and all 3 gets stuck very soon after the game's intro screen (pretty much right before the game's main menu appears). Any suggestions to fix this issue? Thanks in advance.
     
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    svtstang Regular member

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    Nope, not until you mention where you are placing the said games and what games they are. There are too many potential reasons to list without more info.
     
  3. damazon

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    Thanks for the response..
    The 2 PSP games are iso's in the /ISO folder and the psx game is a folder (as an eboot.pbp and keys.bin) in the /PSP/GAME folder.
    The only other folders on the memory stick is /PSP/GAME150 (empty) and /PSP/SAVEDATA (save files from 2 other UMD games)
     
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    go to recovery mode make sure your cpu is 333 (thats what i keep it at) it runs the battery out quicker but your sure its going to work.
     
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    Or the problem could be that you have a custom opening.rco(coldboot)and that screws up psx games.Just replace that with the original and it should work.
     
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    Go to recovery, disable NO-UMD. Make sure you have a game umd inserted.

    Go to advanced, advanced settings, make sure all 3 options are disabled.
     
  7. damazon

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    Thanks for all the suggestions.

    @ tylerscoo: I don't have an option to set the cpu speed. The only thing i get in that menu is "No yet"

    @ silentdan: Not sure where to find that opening.rco file.

    @ Blackvamp: Everything is set as you have it and I have the umd of NBA Live 07 in the drive... Still no luck.
     
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    Ah, I just noticed you have 3.02oe. The psx games are not supported on it. I would upgrade to 3.40OE then try.
     
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    ^^^^^

    That is 100% incorrect, 3.02 OE + can play psx games. Requires the keys.bin though in order to run unlike higher versions of OE that dont.
     
  10. damazon

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    Would it be better to just upgrade it?
    which version would "best".
    Truthfully, not really into all the extra features, mainly interested in being able to play the games.
     
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    I would. 3.40 OE is the best imo. All my psp games/homebrew/psx games work fine. 3.02 OE is the only OE I would not recommend.

    BTW D_A has begun work on 3.50 OE, so expect that in the near future :)
     

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