Thread: How to use LME 6.60 on PSP GO to run PSP ISOS?

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  1. #1 How to use LME 6.60 on PSP GO to run PSP ISOS? 
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    What do you have to do to run games with 6.60 on PSP GO? I have the launcher installed, but where do I put the ISOS? Also what formats of ISO are allowed?
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    you need to have a cfw installed. don't fully patch or it will brick.
    you will need to put the ISO/CSOs in the ISO folder which is located by default at the root of the ms.
    ISO is already an image format, you don't need to do anything with it. sometimes it will look like a .rar file but if you look closely on the details, it will still say "ISO" on the format.
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    Quote Originally Posted by faustnero View Post
    you need to have a cfw installed. don't fully patch or it will brick.
    you will need to put the ISO/CSOs in the ISO folder which is located by default at the root of the ms.
    ISO is already an image format, you don't need to do anything with it. sometimes it will look like a .rar file but if you look closely on the details, it will still say "ISO" on the format.
    What folder is the root of the MS because I made a folder called "ISO" and put it on the PSP Go's "MP-Root" but I Don;t know how to launch the PSP or PSX isos from the launcher how do you do it? Because I can;t find them.

    Also what do you mean don't fully patch? You mean don't try and permanently put the CFW on?
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    like if you install PRO cfw, don't run the cipl_flasher cause it's only for fully hackable psps. running it will cause your psp to brick.

    the root of the memory stick is the psp drive itself.
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    What do you mean brick? If the CFW is temp until I shut it off would it not unbrick once the power goes off and I recharge it?
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    brick meaning, it won't be usable. it will have power but the screen won't light up. and yes temp cfw will revert back to the ofw when the device is resetted, died because of dead battery or taken off batt. and brick is permanent.
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    So basically I just creat a folder called "ISO" in the PSP drive where all the main folders are and put the PSX and PSP isos in there?

    Ok.

    Now how do you actually launch the games which I still don;t get.
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    Oops, what I meant to say is how do you launch the games from the launcher?
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    you put the iso files in that folder and then run the launcher for the cfw(if not done already) then go and run the game kn the psp like you would any other fame off of the memory stick.

    also note that psx games do not go in the iso folder they go in the game folder.
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    just to be clear:

    ISO/CSO -> ms0:/ISO
    psx/emulators -> ms0:/PSP/GAME

    'ms0' stands for the psp drive letter
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