Can't get isos to work anymore

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  1. Dotmore
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    I wanted to play some PSP games for the first time in a while, but i cant seem to get them working anymore. I always used to be able to put them on the mem stick just fine, but now they wont show/load.

    I tried puting them in root > ISO
    I tried puting them in root > PSP > ISO
    I tried puting them in root > PSP > GAME

    My Cfw is 6.60 PRO-B10

    back on Windows XP i never had issues, but now on 7, i do.

    (Also tried renaming a file to name.iso, name.ISO, name.cso and just ''name''
     
  2. migles

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    check on recovery menu what do you have in umd mode.

    wait, is that a psp, or psvita? if its a psp this is the wrong section :/

    what exactly is the problem? you should never change the extension of the files. and root/ISO/ is good.
     
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    they need to be on the root inside a folder called ISO, they have to be a .ISO or .CSO. Also it could be cause you lost recovery if your system rebooted, every time it does than you wont see the ISO/game
    Never mind, other thread.
     
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    they need to be on the root inside a folder called ISO, they have to be a .ISO or .CSO. Also it could be cause you lost recovery if your system rebooted, every time it does than you wont see the ISO/game
     
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    I tried putting them in ISO on the root of the mem stick, when i do it, and try to open it, it says ''there are no games available for you, you can buy them from the store'' or something like that (Rough translation of my language)
     
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    There's no need to open two threads when you've posted in the wrong section - just report your post and it'll be moved. ;)
     
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    Needs to go like this

    Root of Memstick/ISO/GameName.iso

    Red represents every think on your MemStick, blue represents your iso folder on the Memstick, the green represents the iso/iso's. I had a 3000, 2000, and PSP go, i have never got there are no games available for you, you can buy them from the store.
    Where are you getting these ISO froms, (Don't Link) are they showing up as GameName.ISO
     
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    Idk why my thread got deleted but.. new thread.

    I dusted off my PSP cause i want to play some games. I still got the same game i played last time, on my PC. I putted it in Root>Iso, but it wont show up for some reason. :/

    The funny/weird thing is, the ISO that worked just fine ~3 months ago, won't show up anymore now. Im 100% sure its in Root > Iso
     
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    is the PSP memory stick folder system setup

    do you have a X (root) > PSP > game folder

    X (root) is the drive letter
     
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    go on recovery menu, (r while booting the console) and check the umd driver or umd mode, something like that

    don't change the extension of the isos (dont change .iso to .cso for example, leave it alone)

    and place them in: memory stick/ISO/
     
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    PLEASE stop making new threads, yours was caught in limbo when someone moved it and I deleted the moved one, not the one up for deletion.
     
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    Its fixed now somehow. Probably had something to do with the name of the iso folder being written in small letters