Getting games and emulators on PSP

Discussion in 'PSP - Hacking & Homebrew' started by Kaz69, Aug 21, 2015.

  1. Kaz69
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    Hi all

    I have done the 6.60 mod on my PSP 3000 but having problems getting games and emulators on, I followed a number of steps i.e. creating a ISO folder in my PSP memory and then place the games in there but they wont show same with the emulators.

    Please help as im having a mind fuzz

    p.s. i downloaded two games that said ISO but showed up as DIsc Image Files do i need to still convert them

    Thanks
     
  2. migles

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    what tutorial did you follow?
     
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    I done it from wololo.net and I pressed the select button which showed the mod working, I did press fast recovery after restarting my psp the only thing I did leave was the proupdate folder in
     
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    Just thinking would it be a problem if the memory card I have isn't a magic gate one or not supported?

    As the cFW is on all ok and it runs
     
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    I forgot
    IIRC, you don't put the emu's and homebrew in an ISO folder, you put it in /PSP/GAME/XXXX, with XXXX being the name of the homebrew (PS1 games also follow the same format). Only PSP ISOs go into /PSP/ISO IIRC
     
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    Hi

    Sorry I worked out the problem the ISO folder was in the game folder
     
  9. WiiCube_2013

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    As that's settled, I'd recommend you to use UMD Generator which helps checking the files an ISO-PSP file has as well as deleting 'UPDATE' plus making them shorter by compressing.
     
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