STUCK IN SETTING MENU PSX .. CFW 6.60 PRO C

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  1. nodnyl10

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    Weird, your PSP seems to be crashing at the moment you start to play a PS1 game. Try these:

    - Download a new game, preferably a game where you see "PSN" on the title. (you mentioned Nicoblog so I'm sure you'll be familiar with this).
    - Download and install (if you haven't already) Popsloader plugin.
    - Access the game on your PSP and play (press X), after that immediately press and hold R until you get to the Popsloader screen.
    - Once you're there, you'll see a list of numbers, just try to choose 6.60 (press X when choosing)

    Upon choosing, you'll see the PS Logo and continue. The game should play normally then. I recommend you get Harvest Moon: Back to Nature (since it's small so you wont take long).

    NOTE: If you choose 6.60 and you somewhat returned to the XMB Menu with the words saying Error FFFFFFF or whatever. Try step 4 again but this time, chose 3.72 or 5:01 (PSN eboots usually works with Pops 6.60 though).

    Let's see what happens after that.


    EDIT: If this still doesn't work, my last recommendation is to change your firmware. I am currently using 6.60 PRO-C2 (and 6.20 PRO-B10 on my PSP Go)
     
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    P_20151115_200151.jpg I have tried looking at the top, still cannot .. pressing the R button and choose popsloader, these images always appear after I do that, I want to get out of the game cannot, Only the volume buttons (- and +) that can be pressed that others do not, I also use CFW 6.60 PRO C2, still can not enter the PSX game, what should I do it again?
     
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    Hmm, your problem is somewhat new to me (either it's crashing or your memory stick must be malfunctioning). Lets try a lot of things we can do for a solution and hopefully one of these will actually fix the problem (hopefully >.<).


    - Have you tried formatting your memory stick? Back up all your stuffs first though (the most important ones, the Save Data) and then try again.

    - Try switching to the latest Pro-C firmware if possible and if not, then try the 6.60 PRO-B10. My PSP Go is using 6.20 PRO-B10, if the 6.60 PRO-B10 don't work, try the 6.20.

    - On the XMB menu of your PSP, press Select (to bring up the PRO VSH Menu). You will see CPU CLOCK XMB and CPU CLOCK GAME in there, make sure they are on Default (and while you're at it, give a screenshot of your PRO VSH Menu).


    Try to disable all plugins for now, including the Popsloader. If you came across a game that requires pops, well try another PS1 game.


    EDIT: Are you sure you're putting your PSP Eboots correctly? Like, the correct directory, and if you somehow downloaded a PSN game, don't change the folder name. We're looking for a needle in a haystack here so bear with me (or us) >.<
     
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    Uh did you say something? Because you just quoted my post.
     
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    All that you command, I do, but still I am not able to set the screen on my PSX game, play can be just half wrote his screen, cannot widen
     
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    Bro, this is the first question answered in the comments for the guide on Nico Blog. You have the wrong popsloader for your firmware.
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