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My [game] won't show my game list (b4 i update it,it was there)

I didn't remember of it's last version. everyhting was working well but when i downloaded a new update from the [network update] via wi-fi router of our internet..the games in the memory stick of [game] can't be seen but still when i look in the ISO folder of my psp, my games are still there..the saved data utility still shows my [saved data] but the problem is that i really didn't know where to place my games in a different folder or maybe it must be in a new format so that it would show..by the way when i open the [game]-->[memory stick]--> "There are no games." shows..that's my problem..but note that there are games that i had placed on the same folder before..[ISO]...hope you could give me an answer...

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  • zonewall_88 Jan 05, 2009

     dont know the psp's version because someone in our house throw the box of my psp recklessly..is there any other alternative way of finding it?

    i think it was manufactured in 2006 bec at the bottom of my psp has 03-27401878-3622830-PSP2006 after the barred code it i think it was bought only this last july of 2008..ist slim and colored light blue...

    at the top it was system version 5.02 that i am speaking

  • zonewall_88 Jan 17, 2009

    my psp is PSP2006 with NO recoverymode bec. i check an tried my friends psp and it work and with my psp it doesn't have one..


  • vince cortez
    vince cortez May 11, 2010

    What is your psp's version(firmware)

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Okay from reading your post you have or had a CFW (custom Firmware) psp. Sounds like what happen is you updated with Sony's OFW (official) via the wifi. So now your psp will show that folder as it is now not supported.

And the way you are viewing your ISO folder is from your computer.? Your best bet is whoever fixed (hint hint) your psp before should look at it again and more than likely put it back to the way it was before you updated. the tools you would need if you want to try to do this yourself:

A CFW psp (to create files and battery needed to "fix")
A memory stick (at least 512mb)
A battery (to put into service mode)

I will not post where this info is you have to find it yourself as to I do not want to break any rules here. But I will tell you what it's called.

Just a few words you can look up.
"Despertar del Cementerio v8" (A program needed to "fix" your psp)
"Pandora battery" (service mode)
"Magic Stick" (aka jig stick)


You can google it. You will find what you need to know.

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