CSO files don't show up

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  1. Mariosegafreak
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    Mariosegafreak AKA ZeroTheSavior

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    I converted an iso to CSO because it didn't fit on my memory stick and it doesn't show up on my PSP. The game itself works fine when I test it on PPSSPP.

    I'm using 6.60 ME 1.8. Do I need a special loader or something?
     
  2. Ryupower

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    where did you but the File i the
    ISO folder
    ms0: / ISO

    do you have a GAME folder in the PSP folder


    how long is the file name
     
  3. Mariosegafreak
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    I put it in the ISO folder, just like my second memstick filled with isos and csos. I have other CSOs that work fine but they weren't compressed by me so I'm not sure how to do it.

    And no, I don't have a GAME folder in my memory stick. I thought I wouldn't need one.
     
  4. Foxi4

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    The big question should be how you're converting the .ISO's to .CSO's. If you're just "compressing" them with WinZIP or WinRAR, it's not going to work. :P

    Have you tried using UMDGen? It will allow you to delete the unnecessary padding as well as the Update folder from the image as well as compress it.
     
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    Indeed, this is a useful and straightforward tool if you don't feel like fooling around with UMDGen.
     
  7. Mariosegafreak
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    That's exactly what I used.

    And the trick was to create a GAME folder >_>, it works now