Question about Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console
Hello. Well i had my PSP for about 2 months. I'm still a newbie. I tried to install dev.052 and could not get it to work. I found a forum that helped step by step. I followed them and still nothing. HELP!! PLEASE!! i Followed these steps. I get stuck on step6. My PSP says my data is corrupted and PSARDumper reads the game can not be stated(8002014c).
1. Remove all previous devhook files from your memory stick.
2. Copy the devhook 0.52 package to the root of your memory stick. This would be ms0:/ and the three folders should be "dh", "PSP" and "fbm". If you are running OE, make sure that the DH052 folders are going into the GAME150 folder.
3. Download the 3.11 update here.
4. Get PSARDumper here. Unpack it and move the program to your GAME folder, or GAME150 if you are running OE.
5. Extract the DATA.PSAR from the 3.11 update you've downloaded with PBP Unpacker. Once thats done, copy the DATA.PSAR over to the root of your memory stick.
6. Run PSARDumper on your PSP, once its loaded up press X to dump a sigchecked 3.11. Once its done your PSP will return to the main menu.
7. Open up your memory stick, you will now see that there is an "F0" folder in the root. Move that to the "311" folder inside of "dh".
8. Finally, choose "FIRMWARE" from the devhook menu and pick 3.11. Now start devhook and you should be good to go!
i would really appreciate your help.
This problem occurs when there is some problem with the firmware, it can be happen If you are running official sony firmware, and/or if your firmware in custom OE/SE, you will need UMD inserted for execute devhook app. if so, i recommend you to upgrade your firmware to use the latest version of the custom firmware. 3.71 M33-2.you can activate the plugin for using M33 or Sony-NPL9960 driver. see here for guide. but what version is your psp?
Please let i know if you experience any problems in the future. I hope i can make the appropriate adjustments, so do not hesitate to contact me if you have any other questions.
Posted on Oct 31, 2007
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There are two ways to install games on your Sony PSP (Play Station Portable).
The legit way is to buy original UMDs and insert them in your PSP and game on.
For the not-so-affluent, you can install Custom Firmware (CFW) on your PSP and thendownload games off the internet and copy them to your PSP and play them.
Play ISO / CSO Games on your PSP
1. Install Custom Firmware:
- There are scores of tutorials on the net on how to do this. The easier way out would be to go to any console shop, and get your PSP modded with CFW for around Rs. 200 / $5.
- A detailed tutorial on this coming up soon.
2. Download the Game ISO / CSO.
- Next, search for the game you want, and download the ISO / CSO of the game from torrent sites or any warez forums. Most of the times, the ISO / CSO is compressed into a RAR file so you will need to extract it first using WINRAR.
3. Copy the ISO / CSO to your PSP
- Connect the PSP to your computer using the data cable and goto Settings > USB Connection.
- Open your PSP drive in My Computer, and goto the ISO folder. If it isn't there already, create a new folder and rename it to ISO.
- Copy your ISO or CSO files to the ISO folder and disconnect your PSP from the computer.
4. Play the Game on your PSP
- Goto the GAME icon > Memory Stick and select the Game you just copied. Press 'X' and game on.
1. You need to have CFW (Custom Firmware) installed in order to use ISO / CSO games on your PSP. The latest version of CFW is 5.00 M33-4.
2. The latest PSP 2004 with TA 088 v3 chips and the PSP 3000 aren't moddable yet.
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