Tip & How-To about Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

Play psp games on tv via composite/component av cable

You will need to have:

1.a psp slim with custom firmware 3.80 or 3.90.
2.composite/component av cable.
3.installer plugin file FUSA that can be sourced in the internet e.g. qj.net.
4.memory stick pro duo with 2 gigabytes capacity.

steps:

1.source the FUSA installer file.
2.once sourced,extract it to your pc desktop using 'winrar'.
3.connect pc to psp via usb.
4.upon extraction,copy or drag all four files (prx and txt) to the 'seplugins' folder on the memory stick (ms0:/seplugins/).
5.if you don't have the 'seplugins' folder on the root of the memory stick,create it.
6.exit usb connection and completely turn off psp,then turn it back on while pressing the 'R' button to go to recovery menu.
7.on recovery menu,choose and click plugins,set the FUSA plugin to 'enable',then exit recovery menu.
8.you can also activate the plugin on the FUSA menu itself,and this is better recommended.
9.connect now psp to crt tv using component av cable.
10.load a game and after loading it,just right before clicking the 'start' button to begin play,exactly at this point,simultaneously press on the volume - and + buttons to bring out the FUSA menu.
11.after a few seconds,the FUSA menu will appear on the psp screen,change the settings accordingly,exit FUSA menu and start the game to play it on your tv.

*many games or emulators will work but not all as the FUSA file is still in its beta stage,you need to figure out which one will work or not through trial and error.use caution,this guide works but no guarantees.
*used a 2 gb memory stick pro duo as 4 gb didn't work.
*used on an interlace only tv and not progressive or crt/non-flat/lcd/plastma/hdtv's.

thanks.

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