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  1. #1 Just installed CFW, wondering where I should start with PSX emulation 
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    I am new to the world of PSP modding, and I just intalled the 6.39ME-2 bundle. What do I need to do to get PSX emulation on my PSP?
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    you already have it. CONGRATULATIONS!
    TRY PSP HACKING FOR DUMMIES!
    http://www.pspmod.com/forums/sony-ps...tml#post514825

    ...even a noob like you can click the link...

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    Quote Originally Posted by thesexyone View Post
    you already have it. CONGRATULATIONS!
    He's right, but to play you need to rip your old PS1 discs to your PC then convert the bin/cue/img/iso to eboot form. use PSX2PSP check the link in my M33 manual.




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    Oh ok, so do I just put PSX isos in the iso folder I made during the installation process?
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    did you not read geeks post no you cant just put the iso into the iso folder you need to eonvert the iso into eboot via psx2psp then you put the eboot into the psp/game folder
    new members and old read thisvvvvvvvv
    http://www.pspmod.com/forums/introdu...uncements.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by dankgame View Post
    did you not read geeks post no you cant just put the iso into the iso folder you need to eonvert the iso into eboot via psx2psp then you put the eboot into the psp/game folder
    Ah, gotcha, makes sense now. Glad you guys are willing to help a clueless noob like myself :P
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    hi guys, got the new CFW 6.60 ME-1.2 on my psp -1004. works great. you say i can already play psx eboot games right on my psp without using popsloader or the like? i placed a game EBOOT file on the said directory (PSP/GAME) it loads but i get a black screen and that's it. what did i do wrong? thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gigolocowboy View Post
    hi guys, got the new CFW 6.60 ME-1.2 on my psp -1004. works great. you say i can already play psx eboot games right on my psp without using popsloader or the like? i placed a game EBOOT file on the said directory (PSP/GAME) it loads but i get a black screen and that's it. what did i do wrong? thanks.
    Re-Rip the game you shouldn't have a problem with that.
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