FF7 PSP LOL BBQ

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Feb 21, 2009

FF7 PSP LOL BBQ by 8BitWalugi at 11:47 PM (3,586 Views / 0 Likes) 36 replies

  1. 8BitWalugi
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    so im trying to get FF7 working on my bros psp. its of CFW 5.00 M33-3. I convert and merge FF7 into one EBOOT but when i load it up it hangs after new game.
    i made it using PSXtoPSP 1.4.2.
    im not using a popsloader or anything.
    if you need more info, just ask.
     


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    What do you mean:- I convert and merge FF7 into one EBOOT.

    Do you mean that you converted all the disks together or one disk at the time.

    maybe you should use a poploader.


    I haven't upgraded mine at all and I am using CFW 3.71m33-4 and all the psp and psx games plus gba, snes and gbc works.
     
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    okay, thanks for the replys.
    but convert and merge i mean that i put the iso's together in the program and then clicked convert to create a single eboot capable of switchinge between the disks.
     
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    You cannot do that. Because it won't read the disk 1,2,3,4.
    you got to eboot the disk. one disk at a time.
     
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    i know but when you click home, there is a disk swap option. dont worry it seems to work disc-swap wise but game starting wise, nuh-uh.
     
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    Ok I never heard of it nevermind.
     
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    you need to use popsloader and set the game to ver 3.71 if i remember right also which version of the game are you using i.e pal , nstc-u , nstc-j cos nstc-u games work best pal has some probs

    @ taken disc swapping and multi-disc eboots were implemented in 3.71 m33-4 if i remember correctly
     
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    I dont think its PAL. Probably NTSC-U
     
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    what were the first 4 letters of the game save id in psx2psp when you converted it
     
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    SCUS so its probably NTSC-U
     
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    yes it is so all i can think of now is it was a bad dump you converted but its easy to find a preconverted ff7 multidisc eboot online
     
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    but another thing is that it plays fine on emulator. my younger bro finished disc one on emulator
     
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    yeah been reading about it now.though i would not do a multi-disk i would do eboots of disk 1 2 and 3
     
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    buit then its harder to change disks when the time comes.
     
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    No that when you save before it ask you for changing disk from disk 1 to disk 2.

    you just after change the eboot disk 1 to eboot disk 2.

    you know delete eboot 1 off your memory card and put eboot 2 and carry on from the save.
     
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    the whole multidisk thing is besides the point. i cant get past the New game-Continue menu. thats what i need help with. its probably the cutscene thats screwing it up.
     
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    I know i have had it working both ways on my setup but i mean it could be a number of issues. If it does not work after trying some of the listed setups i would try a new rip or a different pops.
     
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    Okay, i give up. This is all too complicated. You win, FF7 and your PSP proof standards.
     

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