noob here..help me please! i have a psp 3.51 m33-7

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  1. tomy2590
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    help please! im a noob in psp things..

    how can i play downloaded iso in my psp? i just got it last 2 days. its a brand new psp.
    my firmware is 3.51 m33-7.
    what should i do?

    a reply is very much appreciated! tnx!
     


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    I'm still a noob with PSP's as well [​IMG]. Here is how to get a .iso or .cso working on your PSP. Make a folder called iso in the root of your memory stick. Then put the .iso in there. Thats all. If you have any troubles don't hesitate to ask.

    PS- The root of your memory stick is the folder after you click PSP when its connected to your comp.
     
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    what i did last time, i created a folder named GAME and i put the iso in there.
    my psp said its a corrupted data! waaaah!!

    if i put it in the ISO folder, will it work?
    what is your firmware?
     
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    Its in my sig [​IMG] . It does work, I curently have Medal of Honor and soon to be Metal Gear Portable Ops ( slow broadband )
     
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    i hope it will work on my psp.
    my pc doesn't read my psp coz i am using a windows vista.

    so i will try what u said tomorow in my cousin's pc..

    thanks!! hope u'll help me again some other time! [​IMG]
     
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    that makes no sense^ I use Vista and it reads my psp fine, you probably need to upgrade the usb driver.
     
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    Are you sure your comp cant read your PSP. You have enabled USB in system settings? Thats a really strange problem. It comes up as a flash drive on my comp(Ubuntu) [​IMG] .
     
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    really?

    wat shud i do?

    where can i download an upgrade?
     
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    I don't where YOU would get drivers from. But try different USB slots. Its weird but only some stuff works in certain slots for some people.
     
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    true. its really wierd. i did actvated the usb connection in my psp but still my comp cant read it.
    i already tried the other slots, but still, nohing happend.

    im using a laptop.
     
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    I cant think of anything else to do. Try what ZeWarriorReturns said and update your firmware
     
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    i dont know how i can update my usb driver. help me [​IMG]
     
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    Find out the manufacturer of your USB slots and go to their website. They should have firmware updates. I hope this helps you
     
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    thanks! very much appreciated.. ill try what u sed..
     
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    Hope it works out for you. I cant help you for now as I am very tired [​IMG] . I will check back here tomorrow and see if things worked out for you. Dont forget, to get a game working on a PSP, make a folder called iso in the root directory of your PSP and then put your game in it [​IMG] .
     
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    owkie! thanks man! [​IMG]
    i'll try wat u sed!

    thanks agen!
     
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    last spartan, i tried wat u said yesterday. i created a folder named ISO in the same area where the PSP folder is located, but my psp can't find the game. it says, "no games" in my psp. how come it's like that??

    what should i do?
     
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    Wow, you can just run downloaded games on a clean PSP, no workaround? That's pretty cool that they didn't even attempt to prevent you from running an iso of their games.
     
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    Ummm... No [​IMG] , he has flashed his psp which allows him to do that. Can you tell me where you have put it? The memory stick root directory is one after you click on PSP when its plugged in.
     
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    Haha, that makes more sense. I thought that would have been ridiculous/unprecedented/the coolest thing ever.
     

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