Help with CFW and ISO's. PLEASE!

Discussion in 'PSP - Games & Content' started by drewww75, Aug 3, 2010.

  1. drewww75
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    drewww75 Member

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    So i bought a pandora battery and a magic memory stick off of pandorasales.com. I Successfully put CFW 4.01 m33-2 on my psp 1000. I have gpsp on there. and I had some iso's working. But some of mine wont even show up under the memory stick when I put them on there? Do i need to upgrade my CFW or something? one game that dosen't work for exemple is littlebigplanet. Thank you! any help is greatly appreciated.
     
  2. Crono2000

    Crono2000 Member

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    You really need to upgrade to 5.00 or 5.50 and even then a lot of the recent games (ie released in the past year) you have to patch, download patched versions, or get lucky with games.
     
  3. drewww75
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    drewww75 Member

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    ahhhh I see! thankyouu :].


    On my memory stick it says i can upgrade to 5.50 GEN - D2 or M33-6 ver. 5.00.

    Which would you prefer?

    also gpsp dosent work on the later for some reason?
    any comment on that?
    thankyou
     
  4. overslept

    overslept WALLY WALLY WALLY WALLY WALLY WALLY WALLY WORLD

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    Eh, go with m33-6 5.00

    and get the torky 6.20 plugin too


    Or, if you're a total lazy bum like me, get GEN-D2 and then upgrade to GEN-D3. Then from there go to 5.50 prometheus and never have to worry about patching or firmware changing again.

    It sounds like a lot to do, but it really won't take long.
     
  5. steve-p

    steve-p GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    use m33, dont use the 6.20 plugin - use patched iso's.
    only patching will work with the very newest stuff.

    as for stuff not showing on the stick, i see this a lot - they wont show if the filename is too long.
    shorten the filenames.
     
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