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Upgrade to 3.03oe-c

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Homebrew software' started by dantelope, Feb 6, 2007.

  1. dantelope

    dantelope Member

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    Hi Guys

    Can anyone please tell me how do I upgrade from version 1.50 to 3.03oe-c. Any website that is easy to understand to recommend.

    And after upgrading to 3.03oe-c, does that means I am able to play Sony UMD and homebrew games?
     
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    Hi there

    Thanks for the reply. So does it mean i just download the file into psp and that will do? or must i create any special folders or watever?
    Thanks
     
  4. Khabarakh

    Khabarakh Regular member

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    heh, no, I would download it to your desktop, unrar it, and read the readme intently. It gives you pretty clear instructions on how to install it. just make sure your battery is charged full. when your done and done, format your memory stick to have it add all the folders you need.
     
  5. dantelope

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    k thanks. Im an PSP idiot on this.
     
  6. dantelope

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    Hi

    Can I also check with you what is ISO?

    And formating memory stick is a function in the PSP right? Must i delete all the existing games first in the memory stick?
     
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    an iso is the image of a disk on a computer; essentially a data copy of a disk that can trick a cpu into thinking its a real disk using certain programs. All psp games can be ripped to iso or cso format, and put onto your psp as data. actually that was the easiest thing for me to do... anyways yes, you can format the memory stick under system settings on your psp. you can move your data to the computer, format it, and move the data back after.
     
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    Hi

    I tried to excute the update maker. But they say file is not found. Can you tell me what went wrong?
     
  9. Vapor1101

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    Why 3.03 oe-c? You kno 3.1 OE-a is out right? Its overall better you should get that instaed.
     
  10. DockVader

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    Search for the winstaller by HexItNow if you want to try 3.03 OE-C. It worked perfect for me and could not have been any easier...I will try to find the link again, but search should pull it up...
     
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    I have managed to upgrade to 3.03 OE-C. However I am not able to play any ISO or CSO game. It prompt that the game cannot be started. How do i resolve this?
     
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    create a folder on the root of the memstick called ISO and put them in there

    also try putting a UMD in the drive as i believe ISO's dont work without one
     

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