ISO and cso files not displaying.

Discussion in 'PSP - Hacking & Homebrew' started by Chronicl420, Sep 26, 2015.

  1. Chronicl420
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    I've recently installed pro cfw 6.60 and I created an ISO FOLDER (All caps yes) and dropped an ISO in there... Wouldn't show up on my psp.. Converted it to cso.. Still nothing.. What am I doing wrong... Fresh install
     
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    Make sure the ISO folder is in the root of your memory stick.
     
  3. Chronicl420
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    It sure is... I put it in the folder with the games video music ect
     
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    that's not the root. you'll know if you're in the root if you see the PSP folder. it'll look a little something like this: http://prntscr.com/8ktp4c
     
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    Oh that looks different than what I got... Unless you can edit files on the psp I will have to wait til I get off work before I can confirm or deny if that works
     
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    The moment you connect your PSP to your computer and accept the prompt asking if you want to view the files, you will be redirected to the root of your PSP memory stick, and that is where you are supposed to put the folder named ISO
     
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    Yea I thought that's what I did but I might have messed it up I'll check when I'm off thank you for the help
     
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    It sure was in the wrong spot thanks for the assist sorry for my nooby-ness