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How to Load ISO's/CSO's On your PSP

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Homebrew software' started by beatz, Jul 21, 2007.

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    Note: All tutorials by my name are done by me and copyrighted by me thx all the applications i show are done by the creater.

    2.HOW TO LOAD ISO's/CSO's

    I am not going to give u information on where u can get iso's from just use your head (google) and search for them but i can give you information on how to load them.


    NOTE: YOU MUST HAVE A UMD GAME (ANY GAME) INSIDE YOUR PSP AT ALL TIMES WHEN YOU WANT TO PLAY AN ISO GAME YOU CANNOT USE A MOVIE UMD ANY GAME/DEMO DISK WILL WORK

    INSTALLATION
    WHAT YOU WILL NEED
    PSP 3.03OE-C or 3.40OE-A
    UMDgen(may or may not need this read below)
    your iso game(.cso)

    NOTE: I do not encourage piracy and i am not going to post any links on where u can download a game this is just for people so if they want to play there backed up games (or downloaded games from the internet) they can.

    1. If you are running 3.03OE-C your good to go and your all set to run your own iso's because this is practically the best OE firmware but im not sure if 3.03OE-A or B will work but you can try!

    2. Get your iso and open the .rar file

    3. there might be many folders or just the iso itself and what you need is the iso which will be in this format ex. yourgame.cso
    (.cso is just a better compression for an iso file so if u have either of them they'll work)

    BUT if your game looks like this

    [​IMG]



    then you need to convert that to .cso but if not your ok

    4. (Do this step only if your game looks like the image above)

    Download here UMDgen>>> http://www.sendspace.com/file/84rpj9

    Once downloaded run the UMDgen.exe file a window will pop up and you will hear the sony sound.

    5. Now drag your PSP_GAME and UMD_DATA.BIN to the clear space in the UMDgen window and it will pop up there. Now you have the option of naming your creation so to do so click on the UMD Properties tab and rename the Volume: to watever you want to call it (probably the name of your game)

    [​IMG]

    Once this is done go to file then save as then click Compressed (*.cso) and save it to your desktop and name it the name of your game again

    Choose 9 for the best compresion as it will be less in size and better when your play the game.
    Once the compression is done your .cso will be made on your desktop.

    6. Now go onto the root of your psp's memory stick and make a folder called ISO. (for those of you who dont noe the root is this is wat it might look like.

    [​IMG]


    7.Now once done making the folder move your game (.cso file) to the iso folder.

    8. now on your psp turn it all the way off slide the power button up and hold it until your screen is completely black) Now if u have 3.03OE-C turn your psp back on while holding the R trigger
    you will get a screen look like this>>

    [​IMG]

    Now scroll down to Configuration You will get a list of options that you wish to enable or disable go to the option Game folder Homebrew and if yours says currently 3.03 kernel click X and change it to 1.50 kernel

    [​IMG]

    after that click back then exit.

    9. you will be back to your original screen now go to the game section to the memory card and you should see your .cso file there (it will show a game icon) just click it and your game should load!


    ALSO IF your game looks like this then just drag all 3 folders to the root of your memory stick and the game should load.


    [​IMG]


    10. all done happy gaming:p


    Note: This tutorial is from my major tutorial guide im am making it more clean check it out here
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    → http://forums.afterdawn.com/message_edit.cfm?msg_id=2978893
     
    Last edited: Jul 21, 2007
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