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Switching from Disc 1 to Disc 2

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Homebrew software' started by zachier, Jul 9, 2007.

  1. zachier

    zachier Regular member

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    I've been playing Metal Gear Solid for quite some time now, and about 5 minutes ago, I reached the end of Disc 1. I thought the game would ask me if I want to save my progress before going to Disc 2, but it didn't; it immediately asked for Disc 2. So now I don't know how to get to Disc 2 since I don't have a save file that starts off at Disc 2... =/

    Can someone please help me with this?

    Thanks.
     
  2. Sohn536

    Sohn536 Regular member

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    you could try combining the 2 files together
     
  3. zachier

    zachier Regular member

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    How would I do that? I'm sorry, I'm quite new to this stuff... >_<
     
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    Bump!! This has happened to me too! Does anyone know how to switch to disk 2?
     
  5. Sohn536

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    if it's an iso, UltraISO can combine multiple isos into one
    usually i use:
    1.Download full version from torrent
    2.UltraISO, combine
    3.Use PSPISOCompreser, to compress into a dax, cso, etc. to save MS space.
     
  6. bigdavid

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    I have two EBOOT.PBP files (disk 1 and disk 2). Can they be converted back to ISO and combined? And then converted back to a single EBOOT.PBP file?

    It sounds messy!
     

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