Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Homebrew software' started by nicsoh, Jul 29, 2007.
How can I do that? Is there a guide for this?
I'm guessing you don't speak english too well.
What version of firmware do you have?
examples: 1.50, 3.52, 3.40 OE-A
If you don't know, go to system settings on your PSP and click on System Information. It will tell you.
Once you answer this question, I can help further.
Currently, my version is updated to 3.40-oea.
Did it come in two folders (Example: Mame32 and Mame32%) or just one folder.
If it came with two, put both of them in:
If it came with only one, put it in:
(NoteI: If there are two files, one of them will show up as corrupt; don't delete it if it does appear.)
(NoteII: (x/ is the drive of your PSP when opened on a computer.)
MaMe32 is one folder full of subfolders including it's emulator and roms. Just copy directly?
Yes, copy the MaMe32 folder into the Game folder, so it'll look like:
(x/PSP/GAME/MaMe32/[ALL SUB FOLDERS]
and you should be set.
After I copied, under Game->Memory Stick, I saw an icon on corrupted data and that's apart from my other iso game files.
To play MaMe32 emulator games on my PC, I normally double-click Mame32.exe under MaMe32 folder (roms will be placed under a sub folder). This would open a GUI application allowing me to select my desired games.
Just place the entire folder into x:/PSP/Game/X?
I did that and couldn't get it running.
My PSP version is 3.40oea.
Try MAME4ALL instead; it's newer and I can guarantee that it works. A download link is available:
This one will come in two files, MAME4ALLPSP and MAME4ALLPSP%. Put both of these folders in
When you open it in your PSP, it may say that one of the files is corrupt; DO NOT DELETE IT. The other MAME icon needs this corrupt file in order to run.
Separate names with a comma.