All of you need to get custom firmware installed onto your psp. The latest edition is 4.01 M33 for which instructions can be downloaded from the internet. There is NO WAY sony would let you copy games to a memory stick and just play them on your psp otherwise everyone would just be swapping games between each other. Custom firmware is a hack to enable these copies (er...I mean "back-ups") be played on your psp from the memory stick. It is risky if you get custom firmware from an unreliable source or if you don't know what you are doing. Youtube has some valuable video guides to help.
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well after you have downloaded the games that you like in ISO/ CSO format. just copy the game file from your computer to your memory stick... place the files to a folder named ISO if you do have the ISO folder just CREATE a folder in the root directory of your memory stick name it ISO in CAPS otherwise it wont work.
Hi. First, you have to format your memory card so that the required folders will be automatically created.
On your PSP, go to Settings>>System Settings>>Format Memory Stick. Select YES when asked if you really want to format your memory stick. Wait for a few seconds & once prompted that it's done, you can now grab your USB cable and plug your PSP to a computer.
Go to Settings>>USB Connection. Your computer will detect the memory stick as an external drive. Once connected, navigate to your PSP's memory card directory via Windows Explorer. You should see an "ISO" folder. Open this and copy your downloaded games here (.iso or .cso file).
Safely remove the USB connection once done. Navigate to your "Games" on the PSP and the copied game will appear.
is your PSP modified/CFW? if not it wont play cso or iso games. When u formatted your memory stick it will create ISO folder in the root of the memory stick. you said you created the folder, sounds to me that your not using CFW. this wont work.
If your using CFW/modified then format your memory stick using format option of your psp. Copy the cso/iso files to the ISO folder and that should work.
You have to make an ISO folder and put the iso files inside that folder. It has to be in the root of your memory stick or else it won't work. It probably got deleted when you formatted the Memory Stick.
you have to have a custom firmware psp, google it if ya dont know what that is, when yout psp is on custom formware you format the memory stick and you get the iso folder on the root folder you just put the games on there using a usb cable.
Your psp must be custom firmwared for you to be able to play games from the ISO folder, to custom firmware it, it must have a pandora battery and the files required.
You can buy pandoras batterys and a magic memory stick off ebay for a reasonable price.
Hope this helps
you cant out it iso files in your psp just like dat. theres alot more you need to do. i thoight it was easy. you have to make a pandora baterry wjich is risky, make your psp software 3.71m33, which means a new firmware and then format ur mempry stick to magic memory stick and then install the custom firmware and then put it iso files.