So last night I finally beat disk 1 of Final Fantasy 7, and before you go on to say "this is how you do it we get this all the time" let me make one thing clear. My copy of FF7 isn't a ISO in a sense, well I'm unsure but it said it was ripped by "Team$$" who I can't find, inside the FF7-1 folder it has the following files. .DS_Store EBOOT.PBP icon0 KEYS.BIN pic1 sndd0.at3 In that order, no ISO/Rom of FF7 that I can see or find anywhere yet it works. So basically whatever guide you were about or thinking of posting may not work as I'm using a ripped version that is used a bit differently. As my PSP was used the last owner added this so unsure where to find Team$$ to find disk 2 and 3, I have just downloaded a ISO of disk 2 but no idea how to use it...I could add it to my ISO folder as the FF7-1 folder is in my memory stick along with the emulators/roms. I don't even know where the save files are to copy/paste them I just don't know...I beaten disk 1 and really want to go on to disk 2 but how do I use disk 2 without starting all over from disk 1? I know I could add just add ISOs of all 3 disk to my ISO folder (but by doing so would need to delete other ISOs as appears my ISO can't hold too many ISOs as it has a limit that I reached maybe 2 or 3 times and was forced to remove a few ISOs) but I most likely would need to start 100% over unless I can manage to find and move the save files over, it'll just be a bigger problem then it's worth so hoping there's easier way without me having to restart or deleting most of my ISOs just so my PSP can have all 3 disks. P.S I posted this at a PSP site, but they have a thing where you can't post topics with links until you reach 999 posts and it stupidly refused to post this one topic, just because it read the files' names I posted at top as links. Stupid thing they need to fix. P.S again a friend told me about a program called "MemcardRed" that's for editing memory cards and well just Google it. Anywasways I don't think it'll help as again the FF7 I was playing "isn't" a ISO file, OK it might be but as it isn't in the ISO folder (in the game folder with my emulators/roms) it wouldn't help very much.