Hacking TN-V unable to be copied

ThatGuyy

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After hacking my new PS Vita, I attempted to copy a PSP ISO game into TNV-00000 after renaming it in caps using only 6-8 characters as well as using content manager to transfer the TNV-00000 into the PS Vita, the TNV-00000 file still appears to be 32 mb when I checked using PS Vita to PC and no game was shown in the TNV memory stick. Is there anything I did wrong during the process? Thanks!

Edit: I'm using 3.55
 

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make sure your extensions are enabled on your desktop or laptop, for example name an ISO you want to transfer
"GAME" and have the extension visible on your desktop/laptop so it should look like this "GAME.ISO", then simply
copy it in save date a folder and it should work. You can always rename ISO's within TN-V with psp filer and such.
 
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