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I hav psp go..bt i dnt knw to install games in it..which type of file games (ISO,CSO,EBOOT.PBP) are used in it..

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Well as of RIGHT NOW there is no CFW for the psp-go. youll have to wait or get another psp in the meantime.

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In order for you to play ISO/CSO/EBOOT>PBP games you need to install a custom firmware on your PSP go.

Posted on May 07, 2010

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Which type of file can support in PSP?


PSP can support eboot.PHB, .ISO,.CSO games provided that you have a custom firmware.

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There are different kinds of games for the PSP. There are Flash games, ISO/CSO games, PBP Games, etc. Depending on your firmware type, (Custom or Official) there are special kinds you can play:

Flash games are small, quick games you can play on your PSP Browser. They don't require special firmware to run. However, the flash games tend to run slow because of the lack of memory. Download them to your PSP/COMMON Folder and type in the location of the content in the address bar. 

Ex: file:/psp/common/name.swf

For PBP Games, you can download them from the PSN and save them to your PSP/GAME Folder. These games are mostly demos. The PBP Files should have its own folder under PSP/GAME. To play them, go to your game section of your XMB and if you did it correctly, the game should be there. 

Now, for ISO/CSO files. These are Disc image files that can be played on your PSP. They're usually for backup purposes. You save them in your ISO Folder (You might have to make this folder). To play them, just play as you would with a PBP Game.

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If the games you have downloaded from the internet and you transferred it to your PSP you must remember that you must save it in the game folder, do not create a folder in the game folder the game file must be in the game folder. Do the same with your music and pics. For some stupid reason PSP did not thing that we would like to access our files from any other folder.Games in game folder, music in music folder, pics and pic folder

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1st of all u need to have custom fw (firmware) like 5.00 M33-6 (i have this) u can buy a pandora's battery & downgrade it to that (depending on you're fw) or if you're fw is old enough u can simply upgrade it with an EBOOT.PBP (that contains the cutoms fw) from http://dl.qj.net/CFW-5.00-M33-6-PSP/pg/12/fid/25689/catid/114 or google custom firmware download for psp or m33-6 download. to put the cfw (custom firmware) on you're psp (MUST have a USB cord) plug it into the pc with you're USB cord then go to the following folders PSP>GAME>UPDATE & put the EBOOT.PBP file there (if 1 of the folders isn't there just make it)
then exit the windows unplug the psp go to mem card under saved games (in psp) & u should see a box in there, THAT is the update press x to go to it & follow the instructions. when u have the cfw installed and ready, go to a website that nisc posted (i use mininova.com & isohunt.com, although isohunt has isn't as reliable) and search for the game u want like patapon 2 then it should have some files there that u can download (it should be at least 50 mib's) choose 1, (u will need Bittorrent or azures to download it since it is a completely diff type of file) , when it is done downloading it should be a .rar file or a .iso or .cso file if it is a .rar file open it with a rar opener (i use Winrar) and inside there should be a .iso or a .cso file extract that to anywhere then plug in you're psp with the usb & inside it there should be some new folders if not just make them PSP>ISOput the iso or cso in there (the ISO folder) then unplug and go to mem card under saved games (on the psp) and there it should be! i hope this helped some. ~davidthebuck

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Can i play eboot.pbp on psp?


yes you can if you have a custom firmware. the psp will not recognize the eboot file itself unless you put the eboot file inside of a folder with the name of the game as the folder name. then you save it to psp/game. iso and cso files are placed in the iso folder of the root.

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Iso/cso won't run to PSP version 4.20


You cannot play .iso or .cso files (or any homebrew games) on your PSP unless you have firmware 1.5 or a custom firmware. Any "off-the-shelf" firmware such as 4.2 will not support these types of files. They will just show up as "Corrupted Data".

You can go through the process of downgrading your firmware from 4.2 to 1.5, then from 1.5 you may upgrade to a custom firmware such as 5.00 m33-4. Doing so would require a good deal of technical know-how and a LOT of patience. If you do not want to risk ruining your PSP, do NOT try this. Research methods of downgrading such as "Pandora's Battery" and other firmware downgraders.

You were able to download games from the PSP website because they are programmed to play on the current firmware. Even if you were to (somehow) properly convert the .iso or .cso files to an EBOOT.PBP file, it would not run unless you have firmware 1.5 or custom.

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Firmware 4.01 is not installing in my psp


I think you are trying to install a CFW update on an OFW PSP. Just rename 401.PBP to EBOOT.PBP and get rid of the other EBOOT.PBP.

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PSP UPDATE HELP!! CORRUPTED


The problem might be that you used the file name EBOOT.PBP.PBP to save it.Delete the file name you use in saving it on your pc and re-type EBOOT.PBP.

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