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My games dont play on psp V5.02

I upgraded my psp from V3.08 to V5.02 and the games io have on it dont play again.
how can i fiix this problem

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  • Anonymous Dec 30, 2008

    Same here. It's not about custom firmware: the PSP stopped being able to read any UMD games!

  • soenqeng Jan 14, 2009

    I bought my PSP with V5.02 installed and it cannot play any ISO or CSO games installed in my 4GB memory duo card. The games were copied into the ISO folder but the OS doesn't recognise those files at all even though it does indicate that something is occupying the memory space.



    Anybody with any solution please write to me at soenqeng@yahoo.com or soenqeng@streamyx.com.



    Thanks a lot!



    Rgds, Steven

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U need a custom firmware for this....

Posted on Dec 29, 2008

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