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Any psp mod experts out there?

by joehero Sun May 27, 2012 12:37 pm

I purchased a psp 1000 and the ofw was 6.20. I installed cfw 6.20 tn-d. Im having trouble playing any playstation game. It locks up after the sony logo. The iso i am trying to load works fine on my other psp 1000 with 5.00 m33-6 cfw.

Also I used the plugin categories light v1.3 Im not sure if thats info you need.

It also wont boot psp iso or cso files directly like my other ps with 5.00 m33-6. When browsing the categories the files show up corrupt.I like having the menu of games and being able to launch them directly from the category. Is there something else I can do or is there a way to downgrade from 6.20tn-d to 5.00 m33-6.

Let me know your thoughts. Thanks!
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Re: Any psp mod experts out there?

by LentFilms Sun May 27, 2012 2:47 pm

The problem is that your using cfw 6.20 tn-d.
Use PRO B10, it's allot better and it even works on the latest OFW, 6.60.
http://code.google.com/p/procfw/

EDIT: Wait did you do a permanent install of tn-d? If so that might brick your PSP if you install PRO along side tn-d. Though don't quote me on that.
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Re: Any psp mod experts out there?

by joehero Sun May 27, 2012 7:23 pm

LentFilms wrote:The problem is that your using cfw 6.20 tn-d.
Use PRO B10, it's allot better and it even works on the latest OFW, 6.60.
http://code.google.com/p/procfw/

EDIT: Wait did you do a permanent install of tn-d? If so that might brick your PSP if you install PRO along side tn-d. Though don't quote me on that.


Yes, i did install the permanent tn-d.
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Re: Any psp mod experts out there?

by LentFilms Sun May 27, 2012 7:37 pm

Then uninstall it by running the installer again. Afterwards install PRO B10.
6.20 users actually have the option to do a permanent install, as apose to a light install, so it will act just like TN-D only a heck of allot better.
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Re: Any psp mod experts out there?

by joehero Mon May 28, 2012 10:10 am

Thanks! Got it working. Now just messing with game categories light v1.3. I'm having difficulty getting my iso to show up in the game folder. But the ps1 games work now!
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Re: Any psp mod experts out there?

by LentFilms Mon May 28, 2012 11:05 am

joehero wrote: having difficulty getting my iso to show up in the game folder.

Make a folder on the root of your MC labeled "ISO" and place all the your ISO's in that folder. Then they will show up in the games section on your PSP.
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Re: Any psp mod experts out there?

by Hazerd Mon May 28, 2012 11:50 am

CFW 6.60 is the way to go, so easy just like instant pudding!
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Re: Any psp mod experts out there?

by joehero Mon May 28, 2012 2:56 pm

LentFilms wrote:
joehero wrote: having difficulty getting my iso to show up in the game folder.

Make a folder on the root of your MC labeled "ISO" and place all the your ISO's in that folder. Then they will show up in the games section on your PSP.



I did that, but when I go to the categories its listed under the "uncategorized" label. Which I can live with, but if there is a way to label it something else like "games" or "PSP Games" that would be better.
I have my categories label as, "Homebrew", "Emulators", Etc.
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Re: Any psp mod experts out there?

by D.D.D. Fri Aug 03, 2012 9:38 am

Another upgrade Q; I am running OFW 6.60 and have put on CFW 6.60 PRO B10fix and all's well. If I want to upgrade to CFW PRO C, do I simply just replace the FastRecovery, or do I have to run PROUPDATE first and then can use it as usual?
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Re: Any psp mod experts out there?

by LentFilms Fri Aug 03, 2012 12:38 pm

Replace the FastRecovery with the new one and run the new PROUPDATE. It will over write your old aftermarket modules from PRO B10 and upgrade you to the latest PRO. Then just run PRO like you've always have.
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