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I can't play the games on my psp that saved on the memory stick.

I can't play my psp games that saved on my the memory stick with the game format cso...please help me why and how to troubleshoot step by step.....i wanna play games on my psp....please help me.........e-mail me at fushigi681@yahoo.com thank you so much....

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You got to put the downloaded cso file format into a folder in the psp called iso
or jus check out on youtube

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