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University of North Carolina at Chapel HillThis is very useful when disk space is limited or when people download files. Since multiple files can be stored in a zipped file, a single file can be downloaded ...
First, download the emulater for the type of rom (Game) you have. then
download the Kxploit tool(get them both at PSP-hacks.com) unzip the
emulator and start up the Kxploit tool, it will ask for the file name in
the first column, just give it any name. then it will ask for the
EBOOT.PBP file directory. tell the proggy where the EBOOT>PBP file
is(where you unzipped it) then it will ask where is you PSP
(connect your PSP via USB and go to my computer and see what drive
letter says the psp) then go back to the Kxploit and select the letter.
then click Generate and then you will get a pop up window telling you it
worked. now go to my computer and go to X/PSP/GAME/EMULATOR U CHOSE,
then place the rom(s) next to the EBOOT>PBP file and your all set,
just ignore the SECOND EMULATOR U CHOSE%, and if you find a curropted
data when running the emu, ignore it DO NOT DELETE IT>
hope that helps-solargame
or try this...
how to transfer a downloaded game to s psp from pc...
sometimes when we download games from internet, how can we put the
downloaded games to PSP on PC? (Note: You must have a hacked PSP to do
1.Connect your hacked PSP to your computer with a USB cable. 2.Turn on the PSP. 3.After detecting your PSP as a hard disk, open the disk to read your memory stick.
Find the "ISO" folder in it (any hacked PSP has a ISO folder at the
root of the memory stick).If not make a new folder named ISO. 4.Put the game with postfix .ISO
or .CSO on the "ISO" folder. (If you download a rar file or zip file,
you should extract the file then select the ISO or CSO file.)
5.Disconnect the PSP and PC(click on safely remove hardware before disconnecting for safety).
Turn Off the PSP completely. Turn the PSP back on holding down the R
key. On the Red menu, go to Configuration and change UMD mode to M33
Driver - NO UMD. Click Back and Exit the Red Menu. You can now run the
game without a UMD in the back. Find the game and try to run it on PSP. 6.If you can't open the game, make sure you put the right file on the right folder.
You can also put movies from dvd to psp with the same way, but don't
forget put the movie to the "Video" folder. The same goes for music.
Look for games to download online such as off of PSPshare or other websites.
Hi, For downloading free psp games sites like PSP Brew, UR PSP and PSP-Homebrew.eu contain tons of free PSP games. And the downloading process is pretty much the same. You either select an option to download, or you right-click on the file and use "Save As" for downloading. Unzip the files. Usually, when you download free PSP games, you receive files in a compressed (or zipped), format. This allows a developer to send larger files without the hassle of breaking them up into pieces. However, before you can use these games, you will have to unzip them so you can have access to the individual files. To unzip files, you need to use an unzipping utility. Windows comes with one, and it's relatively easy to use since you just select options from a Wizard. But if you prefer something more sophisticated, consider using WinZip, (for the PC), or Stuffit, (for Macs). Both of these programs can be downloaded free, though the legal version of WinZip only offers a 30-day trial. Either way, unzipping is as simple as selecting "Extract" and entering in the name of the file you want your games in. Thank you !!
If you are creating a theme – Create a folder somewhere on your computer that is the title of the theme you would like to add (ex…Chalkwork) then inside of the Chalkwork folder create another folder called Icons (with a capital “I”). Inside the Icons folder put all of the icon images that you would like to have. They must be named the same as the Title of the app, starting with a capital (Ex…Calendar.png, WinterBoard.png, AppStore.pgn, Stocks.png….). You can also add a Dock and Wallpaper to the Chalkwork folder, they also need to be capitalized (do not put them in the Icons folder…just in the main Chalkwork folder). Once you have a folder of the theme with a folder of icons inside it you just drag the whole folder, Chalkwork, into the Library/Themes folder on your iPhone or iPod Touch via WinSCP and hit Copy. Once it is done transferring you can go on your iPhone into WinterBoard and select the theme you just added. Note: your iPhone has to be on for the file to transfer! If you are downloading a theme that is in a zip file – you will have to open the zip file and then create a folder on your computer that is the same name as the theme you are trying to download. Then copy the Icons folder from the zip file into the folder you created on your computer. This unzips the file so that you can add it to WinterBoard through WinSCP. You can also copy the wallpaper and dock out of the zip file into the file you created if you would like them too. If you are looking for some themes to download, check out our Downloadable Themes page.
If you have any further questions, you can email email@example.com
1. unzip your glassfxtree.utz.zip in your PC
2. Send the file that already unzip from your PC to P1i using USB cable or bluetooth.
3. After file received press view to set/install that theme.
you need to download an unzip program i find that win zip for window works. also where are you getting your themes if you are not getting the from the windows website be careful the could have hidden thing in them. www.winzip.com is the website to get winzip which will unzip them for you so you can use them. there is a free trail on there for it.
Ok...to play games that have parts like this, you should first UNRAR or UNZIP it in your PC using either WINRAR or WINZIP...just right-click 1 part(if it is a multi-part RAR/ZIP file) then click on unzip files...then after unzipping it, you already should have the .ISO or .CSO file out then put that ISO/CSO file into ISO folder of your Memory card...