What to do with DLC?

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  1. spoonman54321
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    I've got all the Rock Band Unpugged DLC, but I'm not sure what to do with it. Which folder does it go in to make it playable? It came in a folder called ULUS10418. Does that go into PSP\GAME or PSP\SAVEDATA or... somewhere else?

    Thanks.
     
  2. kirbymaster101

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    found this from google:

    1. Grab your DLC for whatever game (Will work UMD and ISO). You should have a file labelled with the games ID eg. Gran Turismo [EUR] DLC's folder will be "UCES01245" and will contain the folders "PARAM.PBP, VOU01.EDAT, VOU02.EDAT. VOU03.EDAT, VOU03.EDAT... Through tho VOU07.EDAT"


    2. Hook your PSP up to your PC and transfer the DLC folder "UCES01245" in to "PSP/GAME" so the file path reads "PSP/GAME/UCES01245"

    3. Unplug the PSP from your PC and start up your PSP.

    4. [[FIG. 1]] From The XMB press select, bringing up the PRO CFW's "PRO VSH MENU" and select "RECOVERY MENU"

    5. [[FIG. 2]] From the next menu that pops up select "ADVANCED"

    6. [[FIG. 3]] Now in this menu scroll down to "NoDRM Engine" and press left or right to enable it.

    7. Now press back twice to go back to the PSPs XMB

    8. Press select again to bring back the "PRO VSH Menu" and select "RESET VSH"

    9. your PSP will now reboot to the XMB having saved all changes automatically.

    10. Now start your game and the DLC will be present!
     
  3. spoonman54321
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    spoonman54321 Advanced Member

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    found where? i searched for a good while before posting here.

    anyway, thanks a bunch I'll try it :)
     
  4. spoonman54321
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    that didn't work but then I googled harder... nploader is what I was missing. here's what to do in case anyone else sees this thread at some point in the future

    1. get nploader (google it)

    2. create a folder on the root called "seplugins"

    3. place the nploader.prx in that folder

    4. create a text file in that folder called "GAME.TXT"

    5. in that text file, enter the following line for PSPGo
    ef0:/seplugins/nploader.prx 1
    OR the following line for all other PSP models
    ms0:/seplugins/nploader.prx 1

    6. put the DLC in the PSP\GAME folder as described in kirbymaster101's post

    7. Open the PRO VSH "Recovery Menu" and DISABLE "NoDRM Engine"

    8. Go into the Plugins menu and ENABLE nploader, then Reset VSH

    9. Play the game and enjoy!


    Thank you to kirbymaster101 for putting me on the right track
     
  5. M3LV1N

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    I'm having trouble getting this to work and I'm completely stumped.

    I have placed "ULUS10418" folder into PSP/GAME. Inside "ULUS10418" is 'PARAM.PBP' and "MUSIC" folder which contains all the different Track folders.
    I have downloaded nploader 0.9 and placed nploader.prx into PSP/seplugins.
    I have edited GAME.TXT to include ms0:/seplugins/nploader.prx 1.
    I have gone into PRO VSH "Recovery Menu" to DISABLE "NoDRM Engine" and ENABLE "nploader". I then reset VSH.

    The DLC shows up in XMB as well as the game itself. I have even tried 2 different DLC's in which neither worked.
    The first version contained 57 songs and totalled 978MB. The second version contained 42 songs and totalled 700MB.
    I know my game file is US checking through the save file which shows "ULUS10418".
    I have deleted any Rock Band Unplugged game saves.
    I've tried both CSO and ISO files.

    I'm running 6.60 PRO-C2, Default clocks, and M33 driver on PSP-1001.

    Any ideas?
     
  6. SalvadorOliveira

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    ok, having similar issues, but under "advanced" I don't have any "No DRM engine"
     
  7. M3LV1N

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    To my understanding, No DRM engine is specifically a PRO CFW feature. You either are not using PRO or have an older version.
    Either way, No DRM needs to be turned off so if it's not there, it's technically not enabled.
    Just make sure nploader is enabled under plugins.
     
  8. SalvadorOliveira

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    it is - I followed the instructions with nploader, set the variable to 1 in the text file, and went into the safe mode menu thingy to confirm it was enabled - it is.

    my game in question is Disgaea 2 (I know there are old issues with DLC, so it may be relevant), and I'm hoping to be able to eventually import into the JAP DLC if this works, but that's a question for another time...
     
  9. M3LV1N

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    How would I be able to get into 'safe mode'?
    I would like to access it better assess my issue with DLC.
     
  10. SalvadorOliveira

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    don't know if it's right correct name for it, but it's the black-and-green screen that shows up when you hold L and R while turning the PSP on. looks like something out of the Matrix, but with less binary.
     
  11. M3LV1N

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    For me, that just opened up the recovery menu, which in PRO cfw is black and red.