6.20 TN-E not working

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Sep 25, 2011

6.20 TN-E not working by Damage dealer at 4:41 PM (612 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. Damage dealer
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    Newcomer Damage dealer Member

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    I have a PSP 2008 with a 8C date code. I've updated the firmware to 6.20, ran the TN Homebrew Enabler, and the firmware version changed to 6.20 TN-E. Then I ran the 6.20 TN-E Perm. Patch, but it just keeps giving me the message "initializing flash rw...". What do I do?
     
  2. 71r3n

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    go to vsh menu (select button in XMB) and turn off "Flash0 protection" then restart vsh and start the perm patch again.
    push twice the X button. if ure brought back to the XMB ure good to go with the perm patch.
    if the psp turns out, u arent allowed to use the perm patch, or it bricks ur psp.
    if ure brought back to the XMB, start the perm patch again and press x for the first and o for the next question.
    tada ure a owner of a fully patched tcfw.
    greetz 7
     
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    Ok, can I still run isos and csos WITHOUT the perm patch? Because they're not showing up in the Games menu.
     
  4. ars25

    Member ars25 I like tacos and pie

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    no you can't with tn-e as sadly it does not have built in iso support you could run isos but you need a loader to do that plus why tn why not pro if you want to play isos
     
  5. Damage dealer
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    Already changed to PRO B9.
     

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