Discussion in 'PSP - Tutorials & FAQs' started by Rydian, May 3, 2011.
I can't tell you that.. I don't know
Grab a clean copy to be sure.
Back before 6.x CFWs, the methods to run KHBBS involved some stuff that rendered it unplayable on newer firmwares (but made it work on older CFWs), so you might have an old patched copy.
Can you update the guide with a link to Remote-Joy-Lite-Fix? It fixes a few bugs with the original in addition to adding image scaling filters.
Also, is it still necessary to use the workaround for installing Vista/7 drivers? I installed libusb-188.8.131.52 and was able to use the inf-wizard to install updated drivers. Though, Test Mode is still enabled from when I first followed your guide, so it might still be necessary, I'm not sure.
Yeah I'll add the link.
And yeah the workaround is enabling test mode (and then removing the watermark), though whether the drivers need to be self-signed might vary depending on the system, Microsoft doesn't have much info out there on the process.
Hey, i don't have all those .dlls that you have in that folder, so i can't sign them and it doesn't work properly. what happened?
They should be in the downloads?
I got some bad news. I did everything exactly how you had it on the steps, but I only see a black box that says "WAITING" but I can hear everything on my PSP. I have my PSP connected through the USB port and the double ended jack connected correctly. I already have AVI and WAV Capture enabled. As for recording, I can only record sound and the video file shows up as an error.
Can I get some help please?
Screenshot your /seplugins/ folder and the content of GAME.TXT.
Question: How do I upload the screenshots onto here?
Go to some site like tinypic.com and upload the images and give us the code it gives you.
Here's my SEPLUGINS
And here's my GAME.TXT
In game.txt change the noloader line's 1 to a 0, and delete the middle line (as it's fucked up), save the changes, restart the PSP, and see if it streams.
Still nothing. I'm gonna retry everything and hope it works.
This time it worked, for a bit. I was able to see the XMB menu and load a game, but the image stayed on the PSP logo while I was playing it.
Now I can't see anything on RemoteJoy, and the screen stays black.
I haven't had that issue, tried another cable?
Yeah. It works better now. I just don't like how the recording is a bit choppy and laggy, but I don't mind. It works fine, thanks.
If you go into the recovery menu you can try raising the PSP's clock rate to 333mhz (up from the 222mhz most things run it at), that might help.
Awesome sauce! Been playing Monster Hunter Freedom on PSP lately, but I can't seem to play too long. My eyes got used to 3D depth, and now if I stare too long at the PSP's screens I feel sleepy. It's like my relaxed state is staring at a distance, and the proximity of the screen is taxing.
Anyways, now I can play off of my laptop's monitor. I don't give a rats ass how pixelated it becomes, now it's big and I can play at an arm's length now, and it's perfect! I love it! Thanks, Rydian.
I seem to have the same problem that AnthonySantana had. I can hear what's happening on my PSP fine, but when I start a game it shows the PSP logo which appear before the game starts and then freezes there.
Any ideas on how to fix this? I have tried different cables and different USB points.
I have a PSP 3003.
Software is 6.60 PRO-C
I think I might have got it working.
I held down SELECT to get into the menu and went to RECOVERY MENU > CONFIGURATION and enabled Skip Game Boot Screen.
Yeah it seems to work now. Only problem I have is the bottom half of the RemoteJoy Lite window will flicker and I'll get a lot of visual bugs on that bottom half of the RemoteJoy Lite window, but it won't be flickering on my PSP screen, just my PC monitor.
A little piece of advice to anybody that has trouble with sound: There is a blue Line-In jack on the back of a PC tower. That works a lot better than the Mic jack. You may need a cable extender though.
I was having a lot of trouble with the sound transmitting from my PSP (it sounded scratchy as if a radio station was being changed) for the past few days, and the Line-In jack transmitted a clearer sound.
The sound transmitted isn't 100% clear (the scratchy radio station changing noise is still heard but at a low volume), but it is much better than the loud noise coming from the Mic jack.
Now I can record LPs for Silent Hill and Resident Evil!
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