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Saving iso games

How do you save iso games when you're using 4.1 firmware? tell me where to save, is it under the ISO folder or somewhere else? thanks..

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  • emoddc Jul 10, 2008

    even if im using the 4.1 firmware? i dont have the pandora's battery :(

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Minha conta do iso games foi ban 6 messes e ainda nao foi liberada queria que vc desse uma olhada nela pls libera ai pls mano nao foi eu que raquiei meu char e xxxflozinhaxxx

Posted on Aug 27, 2008

In the iso folder avoid the extractable files

Posted on Jul 09, 2008

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How to install a game


There are two ways to install games on your Sony PSP (Play Station Portable).

The legit way is to buy original UMDs and insert them in your PSP and game on.

For the not-so-affluent, you can install Custom Firmware (CFW) on your PSP and thendownload games off the internet and copy them to your PSP and play them.
Play ISO / CSO Games on your PSP

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1. Install Custom Firmware:

- There are scores of tutorials on the net on how to do this. The easier way out would be to go to any console shop, and get your PSP modded with CFW for around Rs. 200 / $5.

- A detailed tutorial on this coming up soon.

2. Download the Game ISO / CSO.

- Next, search for the game you want, and download the ISO / CSO of the game from torrent sites or any warez forums. Most of the times, the ISO / CSO is compressed into a RAR file so you will need to extract it first using WINRAR.

3. Copy the ISO / CSO to your PSP

- Connect the PSP to your computer using the data cable and goto Settings > USB Connection.

- Open your PSP drive in My Computer, and goto the ISO folder. If it isn't there already, create a new folder and rename it to ISO.

- Copy your ISO or CSO files to the ISO folder and disconnect your PSP from the computer.

4. Play the Game on your PSP

- Goto the GAME icon > Memory Stick and select the Game you just copied. Press 'X' and game on. icon_biggrin.gif

Note:
1. You need to have CFW (Custom Firmware) installed in order to use ISO / CSO games on your PSP. The latest version of CFW is 5.00 M33-4.
2. The latest PSP 2004 with TA 088 v3 chips and the PSP 3000 aren't moddable yet.

May 05, 2011 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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My psp doesnt play games


If you have custom firmware, make sure your "execute boot.bin" and "plain modules" are both disabled under your advanced configuration settings of the recovery menu. Also, make sure your ISO/CSO games are saved in the ISO Folder of your memory stick and that your UMD MODE is set to NO UMD REQUIRED. Your PBP Games should be saved in your PSP/GAME Folder.

Sep 20, 2009 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Slim...

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How to download games on psp 3004


There are different kinds of games for the PSP. There are Flash games, ISO/CSO games, PBP Games, etc. Depending on your firmware type, (Custom or Official) there are special kinds you can play:

Flash games are small, quick games you can play on your PSP Browser. They don't require special firmware to run. However, the flash games tend to run slow because of the lack of memory. Download them to your PSP/COMMON Folder and type in the location of the content in the address bar. 

Ex: file:/psp/common/name.swf

For PBP Games, you can download them from the PSN and save them to your PSP/GAME Folder. These games are mostly demos. The PBP Files should have its own folder under PSP/GAME. To play them, go to your game section of your XMB and if you did it correctly, the game should be there. 

Now, for ISO/CSO files. These are Disc image files that can be played on your PSP. They're usually for backup purposes. You save them in your ISO Folder (You might have to make this folder). To play them, just play as you would with a PBP Game.

Sep 19, 2009 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Problem with ISO/CSO game with PSP firmware 6.00


Make sure your games are saved in the ISO folder. Also, your UMD MODE should be set to M33 Driver or NO UMD REQUIRED. If you have Official firmware, you can't play ISO/CSO games. Wait for the release of CFW 6.00. Check out pspcustomfirmware.com.

Sep 18, 2009 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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I bought a psp 3004,is there code breaker to make psp comptiable


1st of all u need to have custom fw (firmware) like 5.00 M33-6 (i have this) u can buy a pandora's battery & downgrade it to that (depending on you're fw) or if you're fw is old enough u can simply upgrade it with an EBOOT.PBP (that contains the cutoms fw) from http://dl.qj.net/CFW-5.00-M33-6-PSP/pg/12/fid/25689/catid/114 or google custom firmware download for psp or m33-6 download. to put the cfw (custom firmware) on you're psp (MUST have a USB cord) plug it into the pc with you're USB cord then go to the following folders PSP>GAME>UPDATE & put the EBOOT.PBP file there (if 1 of the folders isn't there just make it)
then exit the windows unplug the psp go to mem card under saved games (in psp) & u should see a box in there, THAT is the update press x to go to it & follow the instructions. when u have the cfw installed and ready, go to a website that nisc posted (i use mininova.com & isohunt.com, although isohunt has isn't as reliable) and search for the game u want like patapon 2 then it should have some files there that u can download (it should be at least 50 mib's) choose 1, (u will need Bittorrent or azures to download it since it is a completely diff type of file) , when it is done downloading it should be a .rar file or a .iso or .cso file if it is a .rar file open it with a rar opener (i use Winrar) and inside there should be a .iso or a .cso file extract that to anywhere then plug in you're psp with the usb & inside it there should be some new folders if not just make them PSP>ISOput the iso or cso in there (the ISO folder) then unplug and go to mem card under saved games (on the psp) and there it should be! i hope this helped some. ~davidthebuck

Aug 16, 2009 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Cannot load umd games


If you have custom firmware, make sure your "execute boot.bin" and "plain modules" are both disabled under your advanced configuration settings of the recovery menu. Also, make sure your ISO/CSO games are saved in the ISO Folder of your memory stick and that your UMD MODE is set to NO UMD REQUIRED. Your PBP Games should be saved in your PSP/GAME Folder.

Jul 06, 2009 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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"ISO" folder


Well what you did was kinda stupid but yet its your choice. ok what you nedd to do is see what ur psp firmware is runing now and if its below 5.02 i can get any custom firmware where you could have a ISO/CSO file in your game folder. so email me and i will do every and anthing possiable to help u.

May 17, 2009 | Sony PSP (Piano Black)

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My psp don't have Iso folder


After you install custom firmware you need to format the memory stick from the psp that will solve your problem. Remember if you format it all the data will be deleted so make sure to back up.

Jan 16, 2009 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Slim...

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Can not download games to my psp


Just make an ISO folder as the folder may not be native to the OEM firmware.

Dec 06, 2008 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Saving .iso games


if you're running the official sony firmware (not a hacked version) you might as well forget iso's and homebrew for now. you'll have to downgrade your firmware first then go back to a custom firmware. i haven't been keeping up w/ the psp hacking scene lately, and i'm not sure what is the latest firmware that can be downgraded. a good place to check for more info is psp.qj.net as well as their forums. hope that helps!

Jul 09, 2008 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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