PSP root folder not showing

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Sep 14, 2012

PSP root folder not showing by iAsuno at 11:19 AM (2,547 Views / 0 Likes) 18 replies

  1. iAsuno
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    so i had this problem for a long time but i wanted it to be solved cuz i want plugins. look
    Warning: Spoilers inside!
    but when i type iso in the search box, i see this:
    Warning: Spoilers inside!
    the i click open file location:
    Warning: Spoilers inside!
    then i'm in my iso folder:
    Warning: Spoilers inside!
    but i want to use plugins and put videos and other things but i can't seem to locate them because i can't see them even with the hidden folders shown. help me
     
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    Hit ALT once when looking at the folder.

    Tools - Folder Options - View

    Set it to show hidden files and folders, then they'll show up. Right-click any folder that was hidden (they'll be semi-transparent), go to the properties, and uncheck the hidden box.
     
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    means i already did what you said before i posted this topic. as you can see, the recycler folder is semi transparent which is a hidden folder.
    BTW firmware's 6.35 PRO-B
     
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    Whoops, try system files then?

    And why would the recycle bin be hidden when you can uncheck it from the desktop?
    I haven't messed with that much...
     
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    Once you go to the ISO folder location via your search method what folder do you end up in when you go up one level?
     
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    He means the directory called "recycler" on the root of his PSP's MS.

    OP: Does the PSP see the ISOs etc.?
     
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    the psp's working perfectly.

     
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    Please answer xist's question
     
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    i end up with the 1st pic

     
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    Do you have access to another computer you could try? (Even better if it is on another OS e.g. XP, Mac, Linux)

    EDIT: You could also try another file browser e.g. Total Commander: http://www.ghisler.com/ or xplorer2: http://zabkat.com/
     
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    What OS are you using?
    Right click on one of the ISO's and tell us where it says it's located.
     
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    He has libraries (seen at bottom of second and third images), therefore it is Windows 7. The second image also shows that each of the ISOs are located in the "ISO" directory on the root of the device (right hand column shows this).
     
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    I wasn't thinking....but equally, until we ascertain for sure that the first image indeed represents the root it's a valid chain of thought. A search for (for example) seed.bin to determine if it is indeed in F: would verify that.
     
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    True. iAsuno, please provide a screenshot of such a search.
     
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    will do later. i'm not on my pc.
     
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    What about the view option for system stuff?
     
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    Did you try my suggestion of alternative file explorers (of which I linked several on the previous page)?
     

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