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How to download games for a psp v5.02 ?

I have a psp v5.02 , i tried to download games but when i tried to open it theres a message saying file corrupted. What is the proper way to download games and what website can i get free games.?

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Ok.. so you have the latest version..Do u have enough room on ur memory stick? The psp download sight that is included with the newest version includes psp.com...you can register online via cpu or ur psp.. I have downloaded tons of demos from their sight no problems.. you may have to reformat ur psp. then via wireless install the latest version and try again.. I did this and all downlaods seemed to work fine..I hope this helps..

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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:

http://pspslimhacks.com/6-xx-downgrader-v4-released/

Here is the 6.20 official firmware:
http://www.mediafire.com/?6kj00wdwe8nwfzp

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):
https://code.google.com/p/procfw/downloads/detail?name=620PRO-C2.rar&can=2&q=#makechanges
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.
http://www.epforums.org/showthread.php?55562-GUIDE-Convert-PSX-game-to-PSP-Eboot-w-psx2psp

You can download emulators and run those, too. Happy pirating! ^_^

Jan 27, 2013 | Sony Psp 3000 Hdwe System Portable Gaming...

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How to put games to my psp.


First, download the emulater for the type of rom (Game) you have. then download the Kxploit tool(get them both at PSP-hacks.com) unzip the emulator and start up the Kxploit tool, it will ask for the file name in the first column, just give it any name. then it will ask for the EBOOT.PBP file directory. tell the proggy where the EBOOT>PBP file is(where you unzipped it) then it will ask where is you PSP (connect your PSP via USB and go to my computer and see what drive letter says the psp) then go back to the Kxploit and select the letter. then click Generate and then you will get a pop up window telling you it worked. now go to my computer and go to X/PSP/GAME/EMULATOR U CHOSE, then place the rom(s) next to the EBOOT>PBP file and your all set, just ignore the SECOND EMULATOR U CHOSE%, and if you find a curropted data when running the emu, ignore it DO NOT DELETE IT>
hope that helps-solargame

or try this...

how to transfer a downloaded game to s psp from pc...

sometimes when we download games from internet, how can we put the downloaded games to PSP on PC? (Note: You must have a hacked PSP to do this.)


1.Connect your hacked PSP to your computer with a USB cable.
2.Turn on the PSP.
3.After detecting your PSP as a hard disk, open the disk to read your memory stick. Find the "ISO" folder in it (any hacked PSP has a ISO folder at the root of the memory stick).If not make a new folder named ISO.
4.
Put the game with postfix .ISO or .CSO on the "ISO" folder. (If you download a rar file or zip file, you should extract the file then select the ISO or CSO file.)

5.Disconnect the PSP and PC(click on safely remove hardware before disconnecting for safety). Turn Off the PSP completely. Turn the PSP back on holding down the R key. On the Red menu, go to Configuration and change UMD mode to M33 Driver - NO UMD. Click Back and Exit the Red Menu. You can now run the game without a UMD in the back. Find the game and try to run it on PSP.
6.If you can't open the game, make sure you put the right file on the right folder
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simple tips...
  • You can also put movies from dvd to psp with the same way, but don't forget put the movie to the "Video" folder. The same goes for music.
  • Look for games to download online such as off of PSPshare or other websites.

Things You'll Need
  • PSP
  • USB Cable
  • Computer
  • Enough memory required for the game

if you think that this help you please rate me..

Jun 05, 2011 | Sony PlayStation Portable Slim Pink...

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How To Download A Game in Psp


Go o PSPiso.com and make an account, you should be able to download video games there, even movies, after you download it you should unrar the Rar. file.
Connect your PSP to your computer and then open it up, there should be a file called ISO, put the downloaded game there.
If the game is corrupted, the download must've not happened well.
Some files need a password, the password should come from the site you download it, pay attention to it.

May 24, 2011 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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How to download a games to a psp version 6.10


How to Download Games onto PSP- Step 1-

Your regular PSP games will come on disc, or UMD as they are known. When you download games onto PSP however, you are going to be putting them straight onto a memory stick/card. (Some people call them memory sticks, and some people say memory cards, but they are in fact the same thing.) The standard PSP memory card of 32mb is just not going to be big enough to download games onto, PSP owners should generally get the largest one they can afford. These days you can find fairly affordable 2 or 4 gig models on Ebay and Amazon quite easily. Once you have your new memory card, you will need to format it before use. This is basically like wiping the slate clean before use, so be sure to do it.

How to Download Games onto PSP-Step 2-

You will need to locate somewhere to download the games from. There are hundreds of places online that will allow you to download games onto PSP, but unfortunately they are not all reliable-if you go to the wrong places you will encounter many problems and can even find your computer riddled with spyware after. Not good! Be sure to choose a reputable site to download PSP games from-the most reliable ones are the ones that charge a small fee upfront and then give you access to unlimited downloads.

How to Download Games onto PSP-Step-3-

Once you begin downloading to your computer, be sure to only download files that end in "PSP" or have "PSP" in the title, as they are the only files compatible. You will occasionally find that the untrustworthy sites out there will try and give all kinds of files as downloads, so be sure to double check everything before you download it. When downloading the games I save them to a little folder on my desktop called "PSP Downloads, as it's simply the easiest place!

How to Download Games onto PSP-Step 4-

Now that you have a selection of games downloaded, you will need to transfer them from your PC onto the memory card of your PSP. This is pretty simple, all you will need is an ordinary USB cable to connect the two, and the PC should then identify the PSP as some form of removable drive, like a flashdrive or removable HD. All you need to do from here is to open up the PSP using the PC and drag and drop the required files onto the PSP memory stick, much as you would with any other removable drive. When you are doing this, be sure to send the files into folders called PSP, and then GAME on your memory card. If they don't exist you will need to create them, and I would recommend using all caps.

How to Download Games onto PSP-Step 6-

Once the transfer is finished you should be able to play the games on the PSP by simply opening up the GAME menu and selecting the games from the stick. Any errors or error messages are likely to be due to incompatible firmware-this is especially true if downloading homebrew games. You may find it necessary to downgrade your PSP in order to play these homebrew games.

Hopefully this guide has helped you see that it's not that tough at all to download games onto PSP once you get the hang of it, the real trick is finding a reliable download source!


I would suggest downloading PSP games using torrents. Just go to www.thepiratebay.org and search for PSP games. You'll need to have mutorrent or some other torrent software on your computer to download the torrents with. Follow the instructions once you have the downloaded game via a torrent and you'll be good to go. Good luck.

Mar 13, 2011 | Sony PlayStation Portable Slim Black...

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How can we download psp games now


Hi,

these are the steps you will use to download a game on your psp.
step 1
Your regular PSP games will come on disc, or UMD as they are known. When you download games onto PSP however, you are going to be putting them straight onto a memory stick/card. (Some people call them memory sticks, and some people say memory cards, but they are in fact the same thing.) The standard PSP memory card of 32mb is just not going to be big enough to download games onto, PSP owners should generally get the largest one they can afford. These days you can find fairly affordable 2 or 4 gig models on Ebay and Amazon quite easily. Once you have your new memory card, you will need to format it before use. This is basically like wiping the slate clean before use, so be sure to do it.


step 2

You will need to locate somewhere to download the games from. There are hundreds of places online that will allow you to download games onto PSP, but unfortunately they are not all reliable-if you go to the wrong places you will encounter many problems and can even find your computer riddled with spyware after. Not good! Be sure to choose a reputable site to download PSP games from-the most reliable ones are the ones that charge a small fee upfront and then give you access to unlimited downloads.


step 3

Once you begin downloading to your computer, be sure to only download files that end in "PSP" or have "PSP" in the title, as they are the only files compatible. You will occasionally find that the untrustworthy sites out there will try and give all kinds of files as downloads, so be sure to double check everything before you download it. When downloading the games I save them to a little folder on my desktop called "PSP Downloads, as it's simply the easiest place!


step 4

Now that you have a selection of games downloaded, you will need to transfer them from your PC onto the memory card of your PSP. This is pretty simple, all you will need is an ordinary USB cable to connect the two, and the PC should then identify the PSP as some form of removable drive, like a flashdrive or removable HD. All you need to do from here is to open up the PSP using the PC and drag and drop the required files onto the PSP memory stick, much as you would with any other removable drive. When you are doing this, be sure to send the files into folders called PSP, and then GAME on your memory card. If they don't exist you will need to create them, and I would recommend using all caps.


step 5

Once the transfer is finished you should be able to play the games on the PSP by simply opening up the GAME menu and selecting the games from the stick. Any errors or error messages are likely to be due to incompatible firmware-this is especially true if downloading homebrew games. You may find it necessary to downgrade your PSP in order to play these homebrew games.

Hopefully this guide has helped you see that it's not that tough at all to download games onto PSP once you get the hang of it, the real trick is finding a reliable download source!

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Jun 26, 2010 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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I have a psp 2000 slim. I have downloaded


CHECK THAT FIRMWARE FILE IS CORRECTLY LOADED AND CHECK THAT IF THE GAME IS COMPITABLE WITH PSP2000

Nov 05, 2009 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Slim...

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Cant download music


try NOT going through media player as it tries to convert any audio. keep your files as mp3. preferably stored in "My music" file on your computer. then when you connect your psp via USB go to "open folder to view files" then open psp/music file. leave it open and open a "My computer" window my documents/my music, then just click and drag to psp/music file.

Apr 25, 2009 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Slim...

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Psp say "the copyright protection information is invalid"


It depends what kind of eboot you are trying to put in. If you used one psp to purchase a game and then try to use it in another psp, it will not let you and the message will appear

Feb 11, 2009 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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How can i download free psp games?


to download the files go to www.mininova.org type in psp games (or the name of the game)then download the 1 u want. then u need a program on the computer called utorrent to open the files (make sure file format is either iso/cso or the wont work) and there all free.then when there downloaded plug your psp in the computer make a file called ISO and put gaes in there. (make sure u have a custom firware on your psp or games wont work)

Jan 11, 2009 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Downloading game demos to memory stick


u need an iso file which i dont know how to get,coz im still working on it as well

Sep 04, 2008 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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