Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by angelmuniz, Jun 23, 2011.
SOMEBODY HELP ME
First of all, give more info. What PSP?
I need help on it too, i'm trying to get the daedalusx64 into my psp3000 version 6.39. the daedalus logo shows on the game section, but when i start it, it always says the game cannot be started. The data is corrupted. please help thanks!!
Hey guys it sounds like you have loaded the emulator, which is the program that mimics whatever game system it is, but not the game code itself. Go to any seach engine on your home pc or laptop and search for say Nintendo 64 psp codes. You will find many sites that have thousands of game files to download. Download your file then simply follow the readme instructions that are included in the emulator file. You also must have Modified firmware. Download 6.39 PRO B7, again you can find it very easily by going to a search engine getting the download and following the instructions. This will need a program like winrar to extract the files first. Then place the files on your F: drive while PSP is in USB mode. Should work now. This is the fun stuff guys!
okay well i just figued out to downgrade my psp to 6.20 and it stll doing the same thing, im going to the website, psphacks and i do those emulators and it still comes up the same way.......
Try using hbl to load the emulator on your psp
launch hbl first, then run the emulator
I am running ofw 6.37 (psp 1000)and I am using the gba emulator gpsp to run gba games on it.
The n64 emulator doesnt run at full speed and has issues with some games. your better off just using gba/snes emulators on it.
I didn't want to answer here anymore, because that is basic stuff. But seriously, who still uses HBL? For those with PSP 3000 use the latest PRO version for your firmware ( 6.20 PRO-B7 for example), for those with PSP 1000 or 2000 (hackable version) get 6.39 MEv7.
I dont want to use modded firmware because I am not comfortable installing it. nor can I make a Pandora battery to rescue it if it fails.
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