Hacking my PSP for the first time and failing hard.

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  1. gettogaara
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    Alright so I just found out today that 6.60 can be hacked now. Naturally I got hyped and picked up my psp hoping this would be fairly simple. I upgraded to 6.60 pro since I was already at 6.60 and I used it when I picked up my psp again. After pressing select and clicking "UMD ISO Mode= M33 driver, nothing seemed to happen. I can't find the ISO folder or it's contents anywhere unless I'm looking at it on the computer. The videos I watched said to put it in the root, which is where the psp folder is. That and the ISO folder are the only two things there at the moment.
    On a side but related note, I've got a Games folder from games I got off of PSN. ISO's should'nt be going in there right? I've been looking up and down the internet now for about two hours and am at a loss.
     
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    Wait a second...clarification?

    ISO's are located

    X:\ISO\CakeRunner.ISO
     
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    And once ISOs are in that folder, they should show up in the games list.
     
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    yes hes right , they should ...all iso and cso files must go in ISO folder ....also use the sony driver instead of m33 it has better game compatability...what kind of psp u have? Using pro is fairly easy if you need any help pm me
     
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    On a side note... :D

    The GAME folder is where you put most of your homebrew & emulators.



    For Example...

    X:\PSP\GAME\Snes9x\

    "SNES Emulator"

    or

    X:\PSP\GAME\PSPFiler\

    "PSP File Manager"



    I hope that helps.



    Spencer



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    Do you have to rename the ISO or anything like that? I have it exactly where it should be but it still doesn't pop up in games. I was hoping that I just couldn't figure it out because I was exhausted last night but something else is wrong.

    @[member='trev1']
    I'm using a psp 3000. I switched to the sony driver and still nothing appeared.

    @[member='OSpencerO']
    Thanks for clearing that up for me man. I was trying to put the ISO in there at one point last night lmao.
     
  7. xist

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    Take a screenshot of your memory card hierarchy for us.
     
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    I've got problems with screenshots but I'll describe it exactly as it is.
    Once opening Removable Disk J(PSP Memory Card) you see two folders. ISO and PSP. In ISO there is a folder of corpse party in it which I'm trying to play but it doesn't show up.In Psp there are the following folders Game, License, Savedata, Screenshot, System and Theme. Should I try with a diffrent ISO and see if that's the problem?
     
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    The ISO goes directly in the ISO folder, not in it's own folder within the ISO folder.

    X:\ISO\ElectricalTesticles.ISO

    No folder, just the UMD image.
     
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    You're Welcome, xist is right ISOs & CSOs go directly into the ISO folder.
    Also, You can name them to anything you want as long as you keep the correct file extension.

    For Example...

    [​IMG]

    When you install homebrew & emulators the folder of what ever your installing goes inside the PSP/GAME folder normally.
    Also, You can't rename the folder for homebrew & emulators unless you use something like PBP Unpacker.


    I hope that helps you.


    Spencer


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    There's one thing I wanna know... Are you on a PermaHack or is your firmware above 6.20/your PSP is not capable of cIPL?

    Because if you're not *running* the CFW, nothing will show up in the Game Menu. You need to use FastRecovery, provided with the PRO firmware, to boot into PRO CFW.

    @[member='xist']

    lol@ElecticalTesticles.
     
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    Emulators and anything in GAME will show up, ISO will not.
     
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    Only if they're signed. If they are not, they will show up as corrupted files.
     
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    Sorry it's taken me so long to get back to you guys. I was outside. I now realize that I'm definitely doing something wrong. Corpse Party came in two parts and when I extracted them they formed into one folder. I put that into the ISO folder and put .iso after it assuming that's all I needed to do. When I opened the folder just now I saw that there were 29 items in there. 27 of them being winrar files with an image of a disk inside of them. Should I extract them all and will they form into one file? Sorry that I'm kinda clueless, the last thing I hacked was the nds and it was way simpler than this lol.


    @Foxi4
    I'm using 6.60 pro and I use fast recovery right away once I turn on the psp.
     
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    Yes, You should exact the ISO/CSO from the multi-part compressed archive using WinRAR or 7zip.
    Then once the ISO/CSO is extracted put it in the ISO folder. "X:\ISO\CorpseParty.ISO"
     
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    That made it work! Thanks alot man, I couldn't figure this out for the life of me. Thank you all for being patient with me and helping me out.
     
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    You're Welcome!
    -Spencer
    :yaypsp:
     
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    Only the best games grace my PSP's memory card. ;)
     

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