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When i downloaded my games....it worked but when i put the memory stick back to the PSP,it keep sayin no games even though there was 2457 space left....HELP!!!

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Keep the memory card in or return it and get your money back
and buy another one

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Memory stick games not working. When i press button on it, the logo appear but it will stay freeze.








First of all, there is no way you can run games off the memory stick. It has been confirmed by several websites that psp hackers are able to extract the whole PSP game onto the computer and burn an ISO to CD/DVD. To answer your question, even though the PSP games are in ISO format, they are non-playable on a memory stick because the PSP checks for a boot file normally from a UMD disc the memory stick doesn't have. click here to download repair guide

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PSP system is compatible with any capacity Memory Stick media as long as it carries the Memory Stick logo memorysticklogo.jpg (this space ship looking thing). Additionally, you should keep your system updated with the latest firmware to ensure compatibility of all Memory Stick media capacities. Visit PSP System Software Update to download and install the most recent version.

in my personal experience i have found that the 8 gig size works best for me. taking into account the price and such. on sale you could get the 8 gig for about $25 to $30. and even cheaper if you get the other brands. they will work as long as they have the memory stick logo on them... sandisk is one brand i've bought.

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Hi,

For you to download and play games on your psp, please follow the steps listed herein;

1. Since you can download directly to your PSP memory stick, you'll have to download to your computer and further transfer to your PSP memory stick.

2. You'll have to modify the PSP from the official version to a custom version. You can find out how to do this by typing in this search "How to hack PSP to custom firmware"

You can now do the following to transfer and play games;


a. Get a good memory stick. I recommend that you get a Memory Stick Duo in at least a 1 GB size, though a 2 GB is even better.

b. Find and download the PSP games you want. If you don't know where to find the games try a download service. A good one will let you have unlimited downloads for a small one-time fee. You can see the link below for more information.

c. Unzip the game files and save them somewhere that you can find them easily, like your desktop.

d. Plug your PSP USB cable into your PSP and your computer.

e. For PSP games- go the the root directory on your PSP then make a folder called ISO. (If you downloaded PSOne games, go to the root directory on your PSP and find the folder called PSP/GAME.)

f. Copy the PSP game files into the ISO folder. (Copy PSOne game files into the PSP/GAME folder.)

Once this is done you can now play games on your PSP.

Regards

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How do u put cheat codes on a sony psp


Hi,

1st your PSP needs to hacked to a custom firmware, follow these procedures;


1. Since you can download directly to your PSP memory stick, you'll have to download to your computer and further transfer to your PSP memory stick.

2. You'll have to modify the PSP from the official version to a custom version. You can find out how to do this by typing in this search "How to hack PSP to custom firmware"

You can now do the following to transfer and play games;




a. Get a good memory stick. I recommend that you get a Memory Stick Duo in at least a 1 GB size, though a 2 GB is even better.


b. Find and download the PSP games you want. If you don't know where to find the games try a download service. A good one will let you have unlimited downloads for a small one-time fee. You can see the link below for more information.


c. Unzip the game files and save them somewhere that you can find them easily, like your desktop.


d. Plug your PSP USB cable into your PSP and your computer.


e. For PSP games- go the the root directory on your PSP then make a folder called ISO. (If you downloaded PSOne games, go to the root directory on your PSP and find the folder called PSP/GAME.)


f. Copy the PSP game files into the ISO folder. (Copy PSOne game files into the PSP/GAME folder.)


Once this is done you can now play games on your PSP.

The above mention technique would help you unlock your PSP and the cheat codes.

Regards

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Any idea hw to restore psp games


Backup up your games on a PC. Then Format your memory stick and put the psp games back in the memory stick if this does not work try formatting your psp by entering the recovery mode HOLD R + HOLD POWER...
Go to advanced/advanced config/format flash 1 and reset settings

if this also fails try using another memory stick on your psp

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8gb memory card corrupted.


If its cost a lot, it should have warranty. Go and ask for a replace. 7.63 GB is ok for a 8 GB card. cz, file system itself takes some space.

But i dont think the card is still good.

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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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I can help you with getting the memory back. Go to settings. then go to System settings. And click Reformat Memory stick (It erases EVERYTHING on the psp) also check if your memory stick is fake. Search how to see if your memory stick is fake.

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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)

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