PSP Not reading ISO

Discussion in 'PSP - Games & Content' started by Rock Raiyu, Jun 28, 2008.

  1. Rock Raiyu
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    I have the ISO (CSO) in the correct folder but when I go to games, its not there. Can someone help?
     
  2. Dermy

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    What's the directory you put it in? It should be in a folder on the root of your memory stick called ISO. So it should be f:/iso/something.cso. If it still doesn't show up try making a PSP folder on the root of your memory stick and then making a GAME folder inside of that folder. Keep the cso in the ISO folder still.
     
  3. Rock Raiyu
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    Its in the "ISO" folder. Just so you know, the game is Naruto Ultimate Ninja Heroes 2: Phantom Foretress
     
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    Try what I've edited in my post above, it's worked for me before. If the cso still doesn't show up then the cso must be corrupted somehow. Use umdgen to convert it to an iso. Some games I have compressed get all messed up and won't be recognized by my psp. flow is an example.
     
  5. bobrules

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    Can you see other games? If yes, then I think you have a bad iso/cso.
     
  6. Rock Raiyu
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    I got it to work. I have no reason why it wouldn't work before but after I reformatted then put the CSO back on it started working again. (That was like my 3rd time reformatting..)
     
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    What brand of flash media are you using (sony, lexar, sandisk, etc.)?
     
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    [never mind skipped over the last two post]