Discussion in 'Sony Handhelds' started by kevinflo, Mar 27, 2007.
What is the difference between ISO and CSO? Which one is best to use?
ISO = Direct Image copy of the UMD disc.
CSO = Compressed version of an ISO.
CSO's save space but can render a game unplayable if compressed to much. If you have a CSO that wont play, try it at different compression levels. You may find the only way to play a certain game is by ISO only.
stop double threading dude...P.S.cso=smaller size iso
hey there. i downloaded Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops the other day, and since it was a torrent file, i had to use those torrent downloader things. anyway, when i opened the folder, it had lots of files. and example of one filename is a-mgsops.001 or something like that.. how do i make it playable on my psp?
just right click one of the files and select extract here.
it isnt a .zip or a .rar file.. and when i right click it, there isnt any extraction option..
that kind of file should be a .rar
make sure its set to open with WINRar in the file properties. also make sure you have WINRar downloaded on your computer.
it's waaaay.. i have winrar and it still doesnt want.. i'll just download the full iso instead. xD
ya then it may be the actual ISO broken into several pieces. You'd need a third party program to piece it back together.
do you know any TPP i can use to piece them back together?
not really, google is your best bet.
What's this TPP supposed to be called?
in one of the files right click, open with, choose winrar in the program list ,winrar will open then click extract
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