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Im new to hacking, but i have the 6.61 PRO-C custom firmware and i tried to add iso's but for some reason it doesn't show. I made a iso folder in the root of the memory card so i dont know what's wrong. Any help would be appreciated and thanks in advanced.
 

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Im new to hacking, but i have the 6.61 PRO-C custom firmware and i tried to add iso's but for some reason it doesn't show. I made a iso folder in the root of the memory card so i dont know what's wrong. Any help would be appreciated and thanks in advanced.
are the iso names in all capital letters? it would be "GAME NAME".ISO replace game name with whatever name you see fit.
 

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I have all of this but it still wont appear
For the games to be shown, the firmware needs to be launched, in this case, if you got 6.61 and its not permanent, you need to relaunch it again, if you put the permanent patch for it, then you need to have an ISO folder on the root of the memory stick.

X:/ISO/gameshere.iso or gameshere.cso -> this are for the ISO games.
X:/PSP/Game/GameFolders -> this are for the homebrew games on yoru psp.

Please confirm that you indeed have the custom firmware running, not just applied, also specify the CORRECT and EXACT model of your psp, as well as the CORRECT and EXACT custom firmware, as example " Custom Firmware 6.61 PRO-C2".

Ill be glad to help you!
 
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For the games to be shown, the firmware needs to be launched, in this case, if you got 6.61 and its not permanent, you need to relaunch it again, if you put the permanent patch for it, then you need to have an ISO folder on the root of the memory stick.

X:/ISO/gameshere.iso or gameshere.cso -> this are for the ISO games.
X:/PSP/Game/GameFolders -> this are for the homebrew games on yoru psp.

Please confirm that you indeed have the custom firmware running, not just applied, also specify the CORRECT and EXACT model of your psp, as well as the CORRECT and EXACT custom firmware, as example " Custom Firmware 6.61 PRO-C2".

Ill be glad to help you!

Yes i have the firmware running and i have the psp 1000. On system settings it says i have 6.61 PRO-C but im not really sure if that's the name of the firmware
 

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Yes i have the firmware running and i have the psp 1000. On system settings it says i have 6.61 PRO-C but im not really sure if that's the name of the firmware
By having a PSP 1000, its a Fat PSP. and yes by running the custom firmware you should have the "6.61 PRO-C" on system settings, however, that's not the latest firmware available.

I Uploaded the last version of the custom firmware, just make sure your psp it son 6.61 and your model its the psp 1000 before applying:
Here is the Latest Version of the Custom Firmware: http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?del_id=60733690162347561276
And here is the Latest Version of the Permanent Patch: http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?file_id=00372569352924135627

To set it up, Run first the Custom Firmware Installer, and Uninstaller your current custom firmware.
Run the installer again in order to install the new firmware. which is 6.61 Pro C2.
then lastly run the Permanent Patch to make it permanent.

After that, you can just format your Memory Stick via System settings, and it will create every folder you need, just place your .iso games inside the ISO folder. make sure they are .ISO or .CSO
 

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By having a PSP 1000, its a Fat PSP. and yes by running the custom firmware you should have the "6.61 PRO-C" on system settings, however, that's not the latest firmware available.

I Uploaded the last version of the custom firmware, just make sure your psp it son 6.61 and your model its the psp 1000 before applying:
Here is the Latest Version of the Custom Firmware: http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?del_id=60733690162347561276
And here is the Latest Version of the Permanent Patch: http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?file_id=00372569352924135627

To set it up, Run first the Custom Firmware Installer, and Uninstaller your current custom firmware.
Run the installer again in order to install the new firmware. which is 6.61 Pro C2.
then lastly run the Permanent Patch to make it permanent.

After that, you can just format your Memory Stick via System settings, and it will create every folder you need, just place your .iso games inside the ISO folder. make sure they are .ISO or .CSO

Just to make sure im doing it right first i have to uninstall my current firmware then install the new one?
 

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Just to make sure im doing it right first i have to uninstall my current firmware then install the new one?
Sorry for the late repsonse i distracted watching videos lol.
Yeah, there are no issues reported while upgrading, but i forgot to answer, is your custom firmware the one you got atm, the current one, permanent? meaning, while you turn on the psp its the custom firmware loaded already?
 

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By having a PSP 1000, its a Fat PSP. and yes by running the custom firmware you should have the "6.61 PRO-C" on system settings, however, that's not the latest firmware available.

I Uploaded the last version of the custom firmware, just make sure your psp it son 6.61 and your model its the psp 1000 before applying:
Here is the Latest Version of the Custom Firmware: http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?del_id=60733690162347561276
And here is the Latest Version of the Permanent Patch: http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?file_id=00372569352924135627

To set it up, Run first the Custom Firmware Installer, and Uninstaller your current custom firmware.
Run the installer again in order to install the new firmware. which is 6.61 Pro C2.
then lastly run the Permanent Patch to make it permanent.

After that, you can just format your Memory Stick via System settings, and it will create every folder you need, just place your .iso games inside the ISO folder. make sure they are .ISO or .CSO

Is it suppose to say 6.61 PRO C2 in system settings before i reset because it still says 6.61 PRO-C

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Sorry for the late repsonse i distracted watching videos lol.
Yeah, there are no issues reported while upgrading, but i forgot to answer, is your custom firmware the one you got atm, the current one, permanent? meaning, while you turn on the psp its the custom firmware loaded already?

Lol it's fine, Yes the custom firmware is permenant but it doesn't say 6.61 C2
 

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turn off completly your PSP, but, completly, meaning, no stand by mode, hold the power button till the light turns completly off, then turn it on, and go to system settings, if your system version still says 6.61 Pro-C, it means its permanent.
 

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Ohh, so to update it i have to reset my memory stick?
No, lol, this is getting out of hand xD

1.- Remove your current custom firmware BY LAUNCHING the pro updater or whatever file it appears [Not The Fast Recovery].
2.- Install The Firmware i sent you, 6.61 PRO C-2.
3.- Make it permanent with the patch i also sent you.
4.- Format your memory stick via System Settings, if you want the PSP to create all the needed folders.
 

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I will, thanks again:)
No worries, after all the process, put a game in .iso or .cso format on the ISO folder, and make sure it appears, please let me know if the issue is fixed ;D

I know it's late but i got it to work earlier so thanks. I've been trying to do it since yesterday so I appreciate it :)
 

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