Corrupted data Icons.

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May 15, 2008

Corrupted data Icons. by AlexElder at 7:04 AM (1,510 Views / 0 Likes) 8 replies

  1. AlexElder
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    Newcomer AlexElder Advanced Member

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    Anyone know how to get rid of the Corrupted Data icons for Emulators?

    I am running 3.90 M33-3 with 1.50 installed.

    Thanks in advance for any help.
     
  2. Joe88

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    change the name of the folder to

    your main eboot folder with all the data files in it
    add this in front of the folder name
    __SCE__FOLDERNAME

    then for the other smaller dummy eboot
    %__SCE__FOLDERNAME

    so lets say you have NesterJ , your folders should look like this

    __SCE__NesterJ
    %__SCE__NesterJ

    this will get rid of the corrupted icons
     
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    Go to recovery menu and find some setting that hides corrupted data icons. Should be named like "show corrupted data icons y/n" or something similar, can't remember.
     
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    ^that doesnt work for most of the folders/homwbrew for some reason and slows the game menu down really bad, lags
     
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    Ya with custom fw I think you hold down L or R when you power on, it will take you to the cfw menu where you can indeed turn on the option to hide corrupted icons.
    Theres also an app to remove them permanently but it's very old and was made around the time of the original devhook. Might not be a good idea to use it now as it can cause problems when booting certain apps and games.
     
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    It works fine on my psp. :a dunno about game menu slowdowns. Maybe there is some lag but i've already get to use to it or something. [​IMG]
     
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    hmm
    idk

    last time I tried it was I think was 3.40
    and most still showed up and the menu got laggy and took longer to load
    so I just did it by hand and never had to worry about it again...
     
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    Newcomer AlexElder Advanced Member

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    Thanks for the quick help everyone. Ill try out both ways and see which works better for me.
     
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    You can also use a program called PSPbrew to convert those 1.50 style eboots over to 1.00 eboots (single eboot.pbp).
     

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