I was adding a game in my psp version 6.60, but when i opened the games in memory stick, there was no game, just a message came "There is no games...". I failed to find its proper solution so please help...
I had this problem (same firmware), and this is what I did. It works a treat. You need to downgrade from OFW (Official Firmware) 6.60 to 6.20, and then install CFW (Custom Firmware) 6.20. This guide shows you how to downgrade and gives you the program to do it:
Here is the 6.20 official firmware:
When both of those have been downloaded, extract them to X:\PSP\GAME, where X is the drive your PSP is in.
Disconnect your PSP and turn it on. Then go to your memory under the Game section on the XMB. Run the downgrader (you need at least 75% battery, otherwise the program will kick you off). When the update's at about 85%-90% you may get an error, but don't worry about it. After it's installed, it should boot and show you a blue screen. Press circle. When you load up again, feel free to delete the update files from your memory stick. Then reconnect your PSP.
Now that you've downgraded to 6.20, you'll be able to permanently mod your PSP with custom firmware.
Download this and extract the folders to the root of your PSP (don't worry about overwriting; the folders merge):
Disconnect your PSP again and head to the memory stick section under Game in the XMB. Run the Pro Update program.
Your system should reboot.
Go back to Game > Memory Stick Utility, and then click on the permanent patch. It'll ask you if you want to install the patch. Press X.
It'll tell you that it's saved a file. Run it on the fake vshmain.prx. Connect your PSP to your computer and copy the file (vshorig.prx) to your desktop. If your PSP bricks (unlikely), putting that file back on should unbrick it.
After that, run the permanent patch again on your PSP but this time press circle to go past saving the file and install the custom firmware.
Now, if you're trying to put PSP ISO files on your console, you need to create a folder called "ISO" without quotation marks in the root of your PSP. When you download a PSP ISO, they go in this folder.
If you want to play PS1 games on your PSP, you'll need to create EBOOT files from the disc images you download. Just follow this tutorial and you should be fine.
You can download emulators and run those, too. Happy pirating! ^_^
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