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    Nayr Rosfar White Knight

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    So I made a pandora battery a long time ago, got around to the Memory Stick last night and finally got a CFW on my PSP,

    Problem though. I have little idea what to do next. Quite a few homebrew apps and whatnot don't have eboot files and I have no clue how to load stuff from seplugins.

    This is giving me a headache.
     
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    What do you want to do?
     
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    To load stuff from seplugins go to the recovery menu, which you can access by fully shutting off your PSP and then turning it on while holding down the R button. When you actually are on the recovery menu go to plugins and enable/disable what you want/like.
     
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    Nayr Rosfar White Knight

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    What happened to loading homebrew from the Games folder?

    As for what I want to do.

    TempAR or CWCheat are the main thing. Other homebrew like emulators and whatnot are nice.
     
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    If you download CWCheat it comes with an seplugins folder within it's INSTALL package. Put that in the root of your memory stick. Then do as Goli suggests, and from a full power off hold the right shoulder button down until the Recovery Menu pops up and you'll be able to enable it.

    And Yep, hombrew and emulators go in the PSP/GAME folder.
     
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    /GAME/(program name)/EBOOT.PBP
    That's the general layout for homebrew/emulators. Each one has it's own folder.

    If you're using something to sort your stuff into categories then it gets a bit more complicated.
    /GAME/CAT_(category name)/(program name)/EBOOT.PBP
     
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    Nayr Rosfar White Knight

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    Seem to be having a problem with Daedalus and snes9xTYL

    I get "The game could not be started. (80020148)"

    If it helps I'm using 5.00 M33-4
     
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    a) There's really no point in you staying on 5.00 M33-4...you miss out on one of the principal reasons to be on M33- the MS access speed boost that the M33-6 update enabled.

    b) Which version of Snestyl and Daedalus are you using? The ones from the sticky topic here?
     
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    That topic is very old....use the one's here.

    To update you just need to run this update.
     
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    Now I've gotten somewhere. Thanks dude.
     
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    No Problem. Daedalus is a dead loss though i'm afraid....for some amazing emulation on the PSP use the CPS1, CPS2 and Neo Geo emulators.
     
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    Nayr Rosfar White Knight

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    You know, considering the PSP is supposed to be more advanced, that 64 emulation wouldn't be so slow.

    Also the japanese GBA emu's menu is NOT in English. xD
     
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    N64: It's great that N64 emulation is running as well as it currently is, as emulating something properly requires around 5-8x the power of the original.

    GBA: Really?
    Post in the thread that it's still in japanese, because I had that problem as well and he said he fixed it.
    If you download the full pack then the one you get it in english.
     
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    Downloaded the full pack and it was Japanese too.
     
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    All you need to do is change the setting in the GBA emulator to English.
    Not hard to find.
     
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    When you don't know to read Japanese it is.

    Also new problem. after updating to 5.00 M33-6 TempAR wont work anymore.
     
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    Make sure you delete the old gPSP-J folder before coyping the new one over.
     
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    NVM on the TempAR thing. Btw the dude has got to make an easier button combination to bring up the menu

    got the menu in English now too. But how do you activate cheats? I saw a cht folder there so I filled it up with cheat files for the games I have on it.
     
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