Removing data from a PSP ISO?

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Nov 4, 2007
  1. Gaisuto
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    Former Staff Gaisuto Lose 2 Levels.

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    Okay, my friend wants to have Manhunt 2 on his Memory Stick to play. It's 1.2GB, and his memory stick only has 1GB. Using a CSO compression program, it brings it down to 1GB, but it's still too big.

    I hear of people taking out unnecessary data in these games to make them smaller. Anyone know how to do that?
     
  2. Mooney

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    I think CisoPlus lets you remove videos and music to make the CSO smaller. [​IMG]
     
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    Compressing to CSO pretty much gets rid of the uneccesary files. I think the only other way to shrink the ISO is to replace videos, music, language, and remove the update files. I haven't used that CisoPlus, but you can extract the ISO and then recompile it maually using other programs.
     
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    You can use a ripp kit or UMDgen to relink in game movies to smaller files or to remove anything else you want to.
     
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    do you still need it ?
     

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