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the game could not be started 80000108

Discussion in 'Sony Handhelds' started by hardys, Jan 11, 2008.

  1. hardys

    hardys Member

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    I cant seem to run any iso/cso on my just pandorad psp slim, its running 3.71 m33-4 firmware

    I am just dumping my fif08.iso into the ISO folder on my memory stick, then going into game - memory stick - click the game (it does not have a picture) and it goes to a black screen (flashes the memory stick a few times) then goes to the game could not be started 80000108 error

    any ideas ? i have tried changing the kernel to 1.5 and 3.7 and it does the same on both

    Thought it was the ISO but i cant even run UMD Dumper

    Any ideas ?
     
  2. h1ten

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    turn your psp off, totally off, then switch it on While holding the R Trigger, this should bring up a recovery menu, then you can let of of the right trigger. Once there go to configuration, then scroll down and see what your UMD Mode is currently, it should be Sony NP9660 - No UMD, carry on pressing x until you get to this go back, then exit. Then try it. Good luck
     
  3. ThisDude

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    All No-UMD options currently has less compatibilities to playing with a UMD. I believe the last time I checked it it was 98% So to be safe put UMD required on and insert any UMD into your PSP as long as it's a game UMD. Then run your backup.
     
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  4. lilkrazy

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    You don't place iso/cso in too game file you put it in your iso folder thats when you put your psp on usb and the files for mem popup there should be 6 files you look at and one says iso put them there
     
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    Read lol, he said: "I am just dumping my fif08.iso into the ISO folder on my memory stick"
     

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