Gaming Cannot Load SRW Alpha Gaiden with POPSloader

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I have 5.50 Gen-3 and I am using popsloader, tried every damned pops from 3.00 to 4.01 and original from flash and they all give me an error, what the crap is going on?
 

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Prowler485 said:
Check the GameID by opening the eboot back up with PSX2PSP (or what ever you used to convert to eboot)

Thats why I asked if he had CW Cheat, 90% chance says he just downloaded the EBOOT.PBP file like I usually do.
 

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CrashmanX said:
Thats why I asked if he had CW Cheat, 90% chance says he just downloaded the EBOOT.PBP file like I usually do.
Which, if it is the wrong Game ID, you would be able to change it, while in CW Cheat you can't.
Also, >90%, bull.
 

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CrashmanX said:
But heres your problem, most likely.
The game ID needs to be SLPS-03147 and you need to load it using POPS 3.80. To change which POPS it boots with, when you start the game hold SELECT.

His problem is that he's not using the default game id? I think not....
 
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I agree, I seem to remember playing this at one point. Pretty sure klown did a release of it too, that being said, I'm sure that version would work. I'd vouch that it's just a bad copy.
 

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Nah you guys, I have the game and I have tried almost every known method. You need to switch the ID Number and launch using POPS 3.80. Trust me, I've tried.
 
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