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Why the heck am i stuck keeping corrupted files?

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

  1. jnbean

    jnbean Member

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    When i put emulators on my psp ill put the two folders named "folder" and "folder%" and it works fine but when i delete the corrupted one on my psp then the actual program will not load it just shuts of my psp............WTF?
     
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    you need both folders to be able to play.

    If you dont want it to show up as corrupted then use this trick...

    Add __SCE__ and %__SCE__ in the beginning of the files. So for the snes emulator it would look like this

    __SCE__SNES
    %__SCE__SNES
     
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    i did that and it dosnt load
     
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    then your doing something wrong...

    post exactly what you did step by step so i can see where you went wrong
     
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    in my game150 folder there is an "snes9xTYL" (my emulator) and i changed the name to "__SCE__snex9xTYL" and left the "snes9xTYL%" folder as is
     
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    you have to change both...

    should look like this:

    __SCE__snex9xTYL
    %__SCE__snex9xTYL
     
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    Thanks dude...now imma do the same to my NES emulator ...this should work im asuming
     
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    Yup works for everything.
     

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