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    Default Converting ISOs to EBOOT.PBP???

    Okay... I just downloaded Twisted Metal Head On but it came as an ISO... How do i play these on my psp?
    God of War Slim PSP 4.01 M33-2

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    Default eboot

    You need to convert it to eboot.pbp there are tutorials.
    Use my tutorial. It's simple to use

    [Tutorial] psx2psp



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    Dont convert them just make a foler on the root of your mem stick and then name it ISO and put the iso's in that folder



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    Default psp not psx

    Just read what you put as title.. you dont convert psp iso's to eboot. i thought you ment ps1 games...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jazzer15 View Post
    You need to convert it to eboot.pbp there are tutorials.
    Use my tutorial. It's simple to use

    [Tutorial] psx2psp


    Thanks... But its not a PS1 game...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ViruZ3 View Post
    Okay... I just downloaded Twisted Metal Head On but it came as an ISO... How do i play these on my psp?
    on the root of your psp memory stick, where is says PSP>MUSIC etc... In the folder where you can see PSP make a new one saying ISO (don't make this inside the PSP folder, make it in the same directory as the PSP folder)

    Then paste the iso in the ISO folder and on the psp run it



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    i'd recomend finding/making the CSO file instead of ISO. ISO's are bigger, while CSO is smaller. So if you dl'ed it, find the CSO, or you could chagne it with UMD gen, open the ISO and save it as a CSO.
    01010100011010000110100101110011001000000110100101 11001100100000011011010111100100100000010100110110 10010110011101101110011000010111010001110101011100 100110010100101110

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    Quote Originally Posted by PSP Nikos View Post
    on the root of your psp memory stick, where is says PSP>MUSIC etc... In the folder where you can see PSP make a new one saying ISO (don't make this inside the PSP folder, make it in the same directory as the PSP folder)

    Then paste the iso in the ISO folder and on the psp run it
    Thanks! It worked
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    The only problem with CSO's is that some games will run kinda sluggish because of the compression. In my experience it hasn't been too bad, but it is noticeable sometimes.

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    No Problems with CSO so far for me!
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