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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
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.
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.
<p>Visit the sony PSP website by going to: http://www.us.playstation.com/Support/SystemUpdates/PSP/PC.html<br /></li>
<p>Click the Download Now button, which is located under Step 3 under the "Download Procedure."<br /></li>
<p>Verify that the file will be saved with the name "EBOOT.PBP" and save it to your desktop.<br /></li>
<p>Connect your PSP to your <a href="http://www.ehow.com/computers/">computer</a> via the USB cable. When the cord is plugged in, select "USB Connection" under the Settngs menu on your PSP.<br /></li>
<p>Let the PSP window open up on your desktop. This will take a minute, so be patient. From the window, select "View Files."<br /></li>
<p>Select the Games folder from the open window.<br /></li>
<p>Select and save the file into the Update folder. If there is not an Update folder already made, make one by right clicking your mouse and selecting "New Folder." Save the folder with the name "Update."<br /></li>
<p>Safely remove your PSP from your computer by right clicking and selecting "Safely Remove" from the green arrow icon in the tray on the bottom left of your computer's screen.<br /></li>
<p>Use the right arrow key on your PSP to highlight the Game icon from the PSP menu.<br /></li>
<p>Scroll down and click on the "Memory Stick" icon. This is usually the last icon in the list.<br /></li>
<p>Click the PSP Update icon and follow all of the instructions that it tells you to follow. You will now have the latest version of firmware on your PSP.<br /></li>
<span>Tips & Warnings</span>
After the new firmware has been installed, you can delete the update from your PSP to free up space.</li>
None of your saved files will be deleted from updating firmware versions.</li></ul><br />
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How to convert FLV files to PSP video files
to let you watch your favorite FLV video files on PSP?
The powerful PSP
video converter can help you with convert
FLV files to PSP video files.
Step1. Download and launch
Step2.Load the FLV
files to the program.
Step3.Set output format and
output folder. Click
"Profile" drop-down button to choose a proper PSP profile as your
output format.Click “Destination” to
choose the folder for saving your converted PSP video files.
Click“convert” button at the bottom to begin the conversion.
Tips: PSP video converter support batch video download and
Good News: There are some save files available that have TONS OF MONEY to spend.
To acquire the saved game data you must do the following
1. Go to the gamefaqs.com saved psp games portal 2. Download a save with a LOT of money 3. Connect your PSP to your computer 4. Copy save files to the game save folder on your PSP (message me if you need help finding it) 5. Turn on game and VOILA!
if you are sure that you put the save file in the right location try another save file and see if that loads up. if it does then the save file you want might be corrupted. u can try downloading it again and see if that helps
Well your memory stick can be used for many things, however its main feature is to save data, you can save the progress of any game. You can also save your fotos, videos, music, themes for your psp, and wallpaper.
To save files from your computer simpli connect your psp via usb and under settings select usb connection... your computer should detect your psp automatically and you will be able to save your files on the corresponding folder
First to have games on your psp you have to have a program on your psp called umd dumper. you can find it on google by typing umd dumper and clicking on the first choice that comes up and then dowloading it.( before you continue here you must make sure your psp is downgraded, atleast vesion 3.11 or lower thats what i have. go to the file where you saved your download, double click and extract all the files from it. now connect your psp to your computer. now go to your downloaded folder and find two folder called umd dumper %%%%, copy and paste those to files on your psp that is still connected to your computer on a file called psp. now diconnect your psp and go to your game section on your psp and click on memorystick you might find two folders, umd dumper and corrupter file or just umd dumper, dont pay attention to the corrupted file. put a game in your psp and click the umd dumper, it will automatically start extracting files from your umd and put it on your memory stick ( make sure you have enough space on your memory stick depending on the game) after its done now connect the psp back to the computer and this time you will notice a new file with a umd picture on your folder, drag the umd folder and drop it in a folder called ISO, if you dont have a folder called ISO look on the internet on how you can get on on your psp. now when you are done diconnect it and go to your games section and on your memory stick you will have the game you just extracted. click on it and enjoy your game onyour memory stick..( if this information is not accurate enough you can go to, youtube.com and type umd dumper and watch some of the videos on there one of them might give you a better understanding)