Greets - Okay, so last week I bought a refurbished PSP off ebay. (Of course, in pre-toy happiness I also splurged on a few games, accessories and a 4 GB card). Once it came in, I logged into afterdawn for a few hours of research and proceeded to handle the firmware down/upgrade. First, the details: non TA-082 mobo. Firmware on the system was 2.6, I upgraded to 2.71, down to 1.5 and then a clean 3.03 oe-c. This all transpired without issue. Upon completion, the system boots fine, loads ISO's and (most) PSX w/out a hitch. Once done, I formatted my card and started with the fresh 3.03 oe-c. Now, the issue: With the exception of DGEN, I cannot get a single emulator to load. I have tried the following setups: Boot into 1.5 with emulators in /PSP/GAME/ - No joy. Boot into 3.03 with emulators in /PSP/GAME150/ - No joy. I first put DGEN into /PSP/GAME150 and it loaded without issue, ROMs loaded without issue, gameplay rocks. Nothing else, however will load, instead showing a "Corrupt Data" icon/label on the screen and telling me that it won't load. I've currently tried SNES9xTYL, Apple II Portable, PSPVise and NesetrJ; all with the exact same results in both settings. As ISO's, UMD's, PSX eboots and DGEN all load, I've got the feeling that I'm handling it right... Also, transferring video over leaves me with movies that I can watch, MP3's play fine, pics work, browser browses, etc... so this leads to my question: Can anyone point out something I may have done wrong in the setup? Is it possible that the install was not as flawless as I thought? I've made sure to browse for the obvious answers and search for the not-so-obvious ones, but I'm still left scratching my head. Thanks in advance -- rage btw - great forums here. Lots of good info. Without asking, you guys have already been most helpful.