Thread: How do i extract a save file from an EBOOT.pbp file so i can use it on my PC,emulator

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  1. #1 How do i extract a save file from an EBOOT.pbp file so i can use it on my PC,emulator 
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    I want to know how i can extract a save file form an EBOOT.pbp file to my computer,so that i can use the save file on my ePSXe emulator? And how do i put the save file back into the EBOOT.pbp ? I want to use a cheat to get something in a game ,and then put the save file with said thing,back into the eboot so i can play it on the psp with the save i used on the computer,is this possible?

    If so,how? before,i had a CFW cheating system on the psp,but after i upgraded my CFW on my psp it doesnt work anymore,the CFW cheating system allowed me to get a save from the psp onto the computer,and then back into the psp. i cant do that anymore though. i have CFW 5.50 prometheus
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    TASK FORCE 141 PSP Elite Hacker Pirate's Avatar
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    modifying your savedata with some other value, bumping up levels , enabling cheats is all possible with CW Cheats plugin. Google it up for more info.
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    savedata is separate from the eboot. have you noticed the save data directory from the psp's memstick? it's a matter of finding the right one.
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