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How to retrieve corrupted games, how to fix corrupted gen c

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Why retrieve it when you can download it again to your psp...dont be too hard on your self...

Posted on May 08, 2010

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I have psp slim (PSP 2000) with 5.03 GEN C (Full), i cant play with the new downloaded games,,,...what's the latest cfw i can upgrade my psp, so i can play the new games i have,,,<>?? thank...


Hey there.
Before updating to 5.50 Gen-D3 (which is a higher version than yours), try knowing your PSP MoBo first. Why? Because, you may brick your PSP with the upgrade. Use PSPident to do that. Here's a link for that (MONSTER here!!!). Don't mind the monster, I just thought it's kinda nice doin' that. LOL
Now, do that PSPident in your PSP. If your MoBo appear to be TA088v3, DO NOT (never ever) upgrade to 5.50 Gen-D3 or you will have your PSP dead... If your MoBo is LOWER than TA088v3 (like, say, TA085v1 or v2) then go on with the 5.50 Gen-D3.
If upgrading doesn't solve your problem with playing homebrew, you may have downloaded a corrupted ISO or CSO file... Find a new torrent for that game again...
Happy playing...

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I hava a psp 1001 and a custom firmware 5.50 gen d3..the game image can be seen but when you start the game corrupted data pops up i cant play any games.cant downgrade nor upgrade..how can i fix it?


Hi jjvinoya!

Sadly the use of modded or custom firmwares is against the Terms of Service of your PSP console and using it to load back-up games is considered illegal so we can't offer further assistance on the issue.

I apologize for the inconvinience.

-Luchen

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How to input a game in psp


1. put the games to games folder
2. put the gen-c software to games folder
3. put chicken software to the photos folder,
4. then activate the chicken software by going to photos folder and choose fast the last picture of chicken photo and wait for the green light flashes (which means it is upgrade to 6.31 version.

hint: sometimes activating chicken doesn't activate immediately in one time alone and you have to repeat activating the chicken until the green light flashes.

5.and then go to games folder and active gen-c sotfware to be able to start the psp games. repeat the process if the games was lost or corrupted.

after that you can now go to games folder if you have games there to start playing

Nov 19, 2010 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Dear Sir, I installed custom firmware 5.50 gen d full and after successful installation, I tried to run silent hill shattered memories. Although, it worked but keys did not work. I went beck to 5.50 gen d...


the file get corrupted. try to get a tech and let him have a look at it.ask him for a firmware that's compatible for the games you want to play.the ratio of free and used space will remain the same as before because corrupted files still occupy your memory card

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Saved data on DS game chip corrupted. How to retrieve data?


Sorry but I have got this alot too, and there's no way to retrieve the data you, either have to restart the game and hope you still have the data or get a new game entirely. It is usually caused because the gold strips on the back have been chipped. This usually results in the data being deleted automatically.

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My iso games on my psp 3000 keeps on disappearing . but when i checked it on the computer , the games are still there . on the other hand , the FILES on PSP / GAME are the Gen C , custom firmware and it...


  1. Check the setting of UMD ISO MODE if it is set to SONY NP9660. You can see this menu by pressing the SELECT button and the VSH menu will appear. If this one did not work proceed to the next step.
  2. You need to reformat your memory stick, but before you reformat your memory stick make sure you back-up all your games into the PC.

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Xbox360 hard drive gamer profile corrupted


sorry bro.. but the only way for you to retrieve your gamer profile is to delete the profile and then log in online... your gamer profile will be retrieved, all achievements will be restored but save games and game data will be lost... you can try to contact microsoft for further troubleshooting...

thanks for using fixya... I would appreciate a fixya rating.. thanks alot...

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