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Hi i downloaded some psp iso games, my psp 3000 has ofw 6.30. So i changed the iso to eboot.pbp using this program called psx2psp and after that i put the folder to the psp game folder. then when i tried to run this game it says "The copyright protection information is invalid."

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First you need custom firmware to play iso files, second the psx2psp is to change playstation 1 games into psp eboots not psp games, the iso is all you need for psp games if you have custom firmware, you just need to create a folder called ISO in the root of your memory stick and put the iso files in there

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I was adding a game in my psp version 6.60, but when i opened the games in memory stick, there was no game, just a message came "There is no games...". I failed to find its proper solution so please help...


I had this problem (same firmware), and this is what I did. It works a treat. You need to downgrade from OFW (Official Firmware) 6.60 to 6.20, and then install CFW (Custom Firmware) 6.20. This guide shows you how to downgrade and gives you the program to do it:

http://pspslimhacks.com/6-xx-downgrader-v4-released/

Here is the 6.20 official firmware:
http://www.mediafire.com/?6kj00wdwe8nwfzp

When both of those have been downloaded, extract them to X:\PSP\GAME, where X is the drive your PSP is in.
Disconnect your PSP and turn it on. Then go to your memory under the Game section on the XMB. Run the downgrader (you need at least 75% battery, otherwise the program will kick you off). When the update's at about 85%-90% you may get an error, but don't worry about it. After it's installed, it should boot and show you a blue screen. Press circle. When you load up again, feel free to delete the update files from your memory stick. Then reconnect your PSP.
Now that you've downgraded to 6.20, you'll be able to permanently mod your PSP with custom firmware.
Download this and extract the folders to the root of your PSP (don't worry about overwriting; the folders merge):
https://code.google.com/p/procfw/downloads/detail?name=620PRO-C2.rar&can=2&q=#makechanges
Disconnect your PSP again and head to the memory stick section under Game in the XMB. Run the Pro Update program.
Your system should reboot.
Go back to Game > Memory Stick Utility, and then click on the permanent patch. It'll ask you if you want to install the patch. Press X.
It'll tell you that it's saved a file. Run it on the fake vshmain.prx. Connect your PSP to your computer and copy the file (vshorig.prx) to your desktop. If your PSP bricks (unlikely), putting that file back on should unbrick it.
After that, run the permanent patch again on your PSP but this time press circle to go past saving the file and install the custom firmware.
Now, if you're trying to put PSP ISO files on your console, you need to create a folder called "ISO" without quotation marks in the root of your PSP. When you download a PSP ISO, they go in this folder.
If you want to play PS1 games on your PSP, you'll need to create EBOOT files from the disc images you download. Just follow this tutorial and you should be fine.
http://www.epforums.org/showthread.php?55562-GUIDE-Convert-PSX-game-to-PSP-Eboot-w-psx2psp

You can download emulators and run those, too. Happy pirating! ^_^

Jan 27, 2013 | Sony Psp 3000 Hdwe System Portable Gaming...

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I want to play psx games on my psp but i dont want to pay on the psn store and i dont have custom firmware. is there a way i can play them without paying and without cfw


I have a modded PSP 2000 and after downloading the PSX game you have to convert the ISO to EBOOT.PBP using POPSConv.exe ad after conversion you place the eboot into the PSP/GAME folder. If you have PSX game disc check out http://www.psxpsp.com/ps1-support-help.php. Depending on your converter you may have to make config changes and or use with an emulator.

Jan 01, 2011 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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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..


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

May 06, 2010 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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How to fir my PSP after the "error EBOOT.PBP"shows in my psp screen?


here is a list of codes to help you. 80020148 - Unsupported PRX type | This error also seems to appear when you are running an iso with a fake mem. stick 98765432 - Selected a language who's font has been removed. DAX FW ONLY ERROR! 8001006F - Remote Play connection error. Most likely when no PS3 is sending a signal over your network. 800200D1 - Ran homebrew without Homebrew enabled firmware. 8002014C - Ran kxploited homebrew without Homebrew enabled firmware. 80020321 - Ran a game that doesn't support NO-UMD* (DAX FW ONLY!) 80110404 - Network error, try restore default settings to fix CA000005 - keys.bin not found when trying to run a PS1 game. 80000004 - its just a general error code that the PSP spits out when it doesn't understand something... could mean anything really. 80110307 - Load Failed There is no Data available 80010002 - puting the POPS EBOOT in the wrong folder
You haven't enabled Autorun Program at /PSP/GAME/BOOT/EBOOT.PBP have you?

Feb 09, 2010 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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How do i upgrade my psp2001?


hi,

for you to upgrade your psp, you'll have to connect your psp to your computer and download the update from sony's website. http://www.us.playstation.com/support/systemupdates/psp, visit the lik and update your psp.

Regards

Oct 27, 2009 | Sony Video Game Consoles & Games

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Runescape on my psp


freewebs. com/ roshanb/ runescapeonpsp.htm helps(take out spaces)

Latest CFWEnabler : 05/07/2009
Download:
http://2f19b96d.seriousfiles.com

Changelog:

- Fixed a bug when playing within Infraestructure
- New system version
- Improved the Pops flashing system
- New update server.

Just copy the CFWEnabler folder into /PSP/GAME , then go to Games and run the installer

1)INSTALLING 5.03 OFFICIAL AND LOADING CHICKHEN R2



a)INSTALLING 5.03 OFFICIAL

Firstly, you CANNOT do this unless you hava a PSP with Version =<5.03 . To check your PSP FW go to Settings-> SystemSettings-> System Information . If the version is 5.03 , skip thispart and follow the guide below to install ChickHEN . If you have alower version follow this GUIDE in order to install OFW 5.03 .

-Download 5.03 OFW (http://135ff34d.seriousfiles.com)
-Connect your PSP to your PC via USB and create a folder in PSP/GAME named UPDATE.
-Copy the .EBOOT file in PSP/GAME/UPDATE.
-Run the update from your PSP .
Now you should have a 5.03 OFW PSP , just what you need in order to load the Tiff Exploit.

b)LOADING CHICKHEN R2

Some useful tips for those who can't get the ChickHEN to work :

-Restore Default Settings
-Set UMD Auto Start and Cache OFF.
-Make sure you're on 5.03 OFW
-Format Memory Stick. ( this will erase all the data from your MSso you'd better backup your files on your PC before doing it )

-Try another method as this video shows :
(http://ad452dd7.linkbucks.com)
-Don't give up , just try and be patient.

Note that the files needed for PSP 2000 and 3000 series are different than the ones needed for PSP 1000 so don't screw it up.

Note that the files needed for PSP 2000 and 3000 series are different than the ones needed for PSP 1000 so don't screw it up.

DOWNLOAD:
FOR PSP SLIM ( 2000 & 3000 ) :

-Download ChickHEN R2 Easy to Load
(http://0639570b.thesefiles.com)

FOR CLASSIC PSP ( 1000 ) :

-Download ChickHEN R2 Easy to load
(http://d249d993.thesefiles.com)

-Copy h.bin to the Memory Stick ROOT .
-Copy ChickHEN folder to PSP/PHOTO ( create one if needed )
-Navigate to your PHOTOS folder , and enter the ChickHEN folder.And wait, you will see some images, these will start to loadthumbnails.Go all the way down to the last image. Your PSP may freezeand reset. Just keep retrying and ChickHEN R2 will load up….But if yousee flashing colors, your PSP will reboot loading the ChickHEN.

For those who can't load the ChickHEN files check above for useful tips and remember to restore default settings.

Check your PSP's version to make sure. If the version is somethinglike 5.03 ChickHEN R2 you should be fine and ready to install CFW.

2)INSTALLING CUSTOM FIRMWARE

Do NOT try this on any PSP 3000 or PSP 2000 unhackable mobo's this is only for PSP Phat and 2000 hackable series.
This will permanently install CFW onto your PSP
ChickHEN must be enabled.

-Download Recovery Flasher 1.60
(http://926291d9.thesefiles.com)
-Download 5.0 OFW
(http://a3b04c08.thesefiles.com) -direct download
-Copy the Recovery folder to PSP/GAME .
-Also copy the 5.0 official update renamed as 500.pbp to PSP/GAME/RECOVERY folder .
-Go to GAME and run the program and install 5.0 M33-6 !

In the end , press SELECT while in XMB and change UMD Iso Mode to''M33 Driver'' or ''Sony NP9660''. I also recommend formatting memorystick. Place your CSO/ISO games to the ISO folder on your memory stickroot.


GUIDE created by : PSPgamen OF AFTERDAWN
Any questions ? probs ? post here !
Enjoy :)

Aug 26, 2009 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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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.

Feb 27, 2009 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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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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