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URGENT !!!3.40 OE-A WON'T PLAY PSX GAMES

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by lilsergi, Jul 9, 2007.

  1. lilsergi

    lilsergi Member

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    I GOT PSX RESIDENT EVIL 3 NEMESIS AND I PUT IT ON THE PSP GAME FOLDER BUT IT WONT PLAY IT(CHEK IT OUT ON YOUTUBE TYPE IN"help on putting psx game on psp 3.4 oe-a" some say you need devhook and yes the game is already as EBOOT.PBP(downloaded from bittorrent) so please help me on how to play this game on my psp oh and does anybody else have the ps2 gameboot startup because i tried so hard and couldnt find it but yes please please get back at me as soon as possible thanks errrbody!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    i dunno bout the game, i got the gameboot if you want it. PM me
     
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    give me ur msn so i can help u faster ok?
     
  5. lilsergi

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    ait man fo sho its undergroundmistyk@hotmail.com.....so where do I get the ps2 gameboot??
     
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    maybe its corrupted or is a bad EBOOT file
     
  7. lilsergi

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    Hey everybody thanks for your help but I just got it all I did to fix it is just replace the game plugin in flash0...but I still need help on gettin the ps2 gameboot??does anybody know where to get it or can anyone send it to me?
     
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    i have the gameboot, if you want it, pm me and ill give it to u.
     
  9. RiPPERD

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    use these settings and will all work fine


    PSP RECOVERY SETTINGS

    \CONFIG
    Skip SCE Logo = ENABLED (Optional)

    Hide Corrupt Icons = ENABLED

    Game Folder Homebrew = 1.50 KERNAL

    Autorun Program At /PSP/GAME/BOOT/EBOOT.PBP = DISABLED

    Use NO-UMD = : ENABLED (If Game Wont Work Then Disable)
    : DISABLED (If You Have A UMD In The Drive)

    Fake Region = DISABLED

    Free UMD Region = ENABLED


    \ADVANCED
    Plain Modules in UMD/ISO = ENABLED

    Execute BOOT.BIN In UMD/ISO = DISABLED

    Use ISOFS Driver Also In UMD-Inserted Mode = DISABLED


    GAMES (ISO/CSO) = ms0/ISO - FOLDER
    GAMES (PSX EBOOT) = ms0/PSP/GAME - FOLDER
    HOMEBREW APPZ (EMULATORS) = ms0/PSP/GAME150 - FOLDER
     
  10. marlino23

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    lol i've always wondered.......wuts GAME340 for??
     
  11. RiPPERD

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    not 100% sure really think its same as GAME150 but if u have it set to kernal 3.40 instead
     
  12. marlino23

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    oh ok, thanks
     
  13. lilsergi

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    how are iso games supposed to look like i mean like the files what does it have to say because i downloaded one but it comes with a lot and none of them say .iso or does anybody know where to get the DRIVER'76 as iso or eboot.pbp if yes please notify me as soon as possible thanks!!
     

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