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  1. #1 New to the PSP 
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    I have a PSP 1001 on the latest firmware.


    Where do I start... CFW or how to downgrade firmware.

    Looking to play homebrews and the like..

    Thanks!

    -jim
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    first dowmload this and ectract it place it in the psp/game folder exit usb mode and run the installer from memory stick its under the game option
    once done you will be on the lates greats cfw 6.60ME-1.6 - Downloads - PSPMOD.com - PSP Forum, Hack PSP, PSV Hacks, PS Vita Hack, PSVita
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    thanks for the speedy reply!

    IDK what is wrong, but i am getting a corrupt file error.


    i gotta go to work.

    ill try to get on a little later to solve this.

    thanks again!

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    are you sure your on 6.60 ofw goto system settings and click system info and see what ofw your on
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    yes i am currently on "System Software Version 6.60"

    it shows the file as "corrupt"

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    http://www.pspmod.com/forums/downloa...13d578bbd3d582, place the "me installer" folder into your "GAME" folder and run it from your PSP.
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    Thanks for the info guys
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    okay i'll give it a try and ill check back with you.

    thanks!
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    it wont let me use that link el guapo....it says to message an admin or something?


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    Try this link::: zload.net ::
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    okay that seems to have worked... anything else i need to do?

    thanks

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    my PSP is now running CFW 6.60 ME-1.6, but how to i play homebrews and backups now?

    sorry if im too slow for you... im much for used to iphones and stuff like that.

    thanks

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    For backups, make an ISO folder in the PSP's root folder, and just put any ISO(or CSO, etc) into that folder and it should work.

    But for things like PSX games or SNES emulators for example, things are a bit different.

    Emulators are pretty straight forward, reffer to the stickied thread listing all the best ones in the emulation section for more info.

    PSX games will require a little more, any image you rip from it's original cd's must be converted into an EBOOT file. For that use a program called 'PSX2PSP', it does a pretty good job of converting and locating a very important code that needs to be applied to individual games

    Once you create the EBOOT of the disc, put the folder it creates into PSP/GAME. You can rename the folder to whatever, for example it's FF7 disc 1, you can rename it that for easier organization (though it will not show you names when actually using the PSP). You cannot however rename the actual EBOOT file.
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    @x2plyx when you say the "root" folder do you mean the game one? or the folder that says "mproot"??
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    the root of the ms is the folder you first open you will see other folders like psp mp root thats where the iso folder goes among them not in any folders
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