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What dose this error mean for psx on the psp?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Homebrew software' started by jnbean, Apr 7, 2007.

  1. jnbean

    jnbean Member

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    When I go to my psx game i put on my psp i select it and it will show some warning screen...when thats gone it will go to a black screen and then it will pop up and error "The game could not be started (80000004)" Wtf dose this mean? What did i do wrong? How can i fix this??
     
  2. Habbah

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    i have some prob...some ppl say you cnat play psx games with custom icons tho
     
  3. MidnightJ

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    Please don't make exaggerated thread titles with tons of ?!?!?!?!?, just hold on a second lol.

    Anyway, where are you putting the game?

    PSX games as an EBOOT.PBP form with a KEYS.BIN file go into PSP/GAME. If your putting it into the ISO folder then thats why it isn't working. If all fails then its a bad game rip or not currently working with the Sony emulator.
     
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    i have placed the Eboot and the key file in psp/game is that correct?
     
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    they need to be in another folder in psp/game
     
  6. jnbean

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    What do you mean by " another " psp/game folder....there can only be 1 because if you tried to make another folder it would tell you that it already exists
     
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    i said another folder in psp/game...so psp/game/Final Fantasy VII ( or whatever u want)/eboot.pbp and keys.bin
     
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    Oh lol...well it is i just used the default folder name that the popstation used "PSX_GAME 0" so there is a eboot file, and a keys file in "psp/game/PSX_GAME 0"
     
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    I also have tried a diffrent cd ripper..and it still dose this to me.
     
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    Try UltraIso. It works like a charm. I tried using MagicIso and some other program and they didn't for me, but Ultra did.
     
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    well i got it working, turns out that it was just the popstation program that i used.... this guide was the guide that made it happen....

    http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/441578

    thanks for all the support you guys have given me but now im off to play some psx games on my psp!!!
     

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