CFW 6.60 PRO B10 CORRUPTED DATA

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Nov 25, 2012
  1. Death_gamer
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    I have 2 psps one works perfectly fine
    Both are PSP3000. The problem is that on one of them when I install pro B10, it shows that i have it installed in the system information. But then when I put games on the root folder named ISO it shows up as corrupted data. This dosent happen on my other PSP. On the other I can play games perfectly fine.
    Can anyone help me pls.
     
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    Same memory card?
     
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    That, and a screenshot of your folders on the stick would be useful. Perhaps it's just a folder name issue.
     
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    [​IMG][​IMG] I tryed on both memory cards and it shows the same. And it cant be a folder name issue because on the other psp it works. Also I got two screenshots one of the corrupt data, and one of my system information
     
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    If u cant view it just righ click and save it
     
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    Those are on your computer, we can't see them.

    Upload them to an image hosting site like tinypic.com
     
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    Take a screenshot of what your memory stick looks like when you're in one of the game folders.
     
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    Thats what i did (the one with the currupted data.
     
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    Pretty weird situation. Never seen such a thing before..

    Tried reflashing CFW?
     
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    Yes not only reflashing I also tried ProB10, Pro B9 and also 6.60ME. All show the same
     
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    Looks like a long file name issue. Have you tried renaming the isos to something shorter?
    There's also 6.60 PRO-C fix.
     
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    I meant a screenshot of what stuff looks like when it's in the PC.
     
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    It cant be a long name error because firstly the name is just "Fifa12. iso"
    And if it was a name error it wouldn't work on the other psp.
    Also I tried multiple games, they are all shown as corrupted.
     
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    http://tinypic.com/r/2ic1nau/6

    This is the folder on the PC.
    This is a backup folder on my PC, so forget the destination I put it on.
    The destination on my PSP is "Removal disk F/ISO"
    The same contents are on the PSP
     
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    Any suggestions y it doesent work?
     
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    Did you try PRO-C fix3 yet?
     
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    If you take the memory card out of the one that isnt working and put it into the other PSP and it works, then it HAS to be a firmware issue. I cant see it being anything else. Take it up to 6.60 PRO C Fix3 and see if you have any more joy.

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    Also check the VSH settings side by side on each PSP, see if there are any differences with Drivers, Plugins, Memory Speedups, CPU / XMB Speeds. Make sure everything is unified across both PSPs
     
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    Ty for every who helped me. It finally works
    I tried the pro c "fix" and it worked
    Pretty strange that other cfw's dident work
    But once again thank you for helping me.
     
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    I'm having a similar issue, I downloaded Digimon Re Digitize ISO for my PSP and it reads as corrupted data. I have 6.60 PRO C2 installed but I don't know what the recovery menu settings should be or what is wrong with the file.
     

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