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Once on your PC you can rip any useless files out the backed up game such as system updates, other languages then compress the image so it's as small as possible. You can then copy the game back to your PSP and play it directly from the memory card, this is useful as you can easily carry many games around on your PSP, it will also help to improve battery life as the PSP does not need to power the UMD drive.
I usually just delete the system update folder. Dont forget to set your USB mode back to the memory stick. Last edited: Dec 31, InsaneNutterJul 17, Rick and MasterChief like this. Thanks thats a great little tip, perfect as the homebrew application I had to do this no longer works since updating.
I have used UMD gen for many years to compress my games, never failed me yet. MasterChiefJul 18, ed: Feb 7, Messages: 3 Likes Received: 0. How tu run the UMD backups? Excellent tutorial man!
Last week happened to be the first time I get to hold on to a PSP. Now is hacked thanks to your guidance. Simply create a folder on the memory stick called ISO and place any games in there. The games will show up under the games menu on the PSP. InsaneNutterFeb 9, I'll try that again. I used some of the emulators you ed but many of them crashed, are those the best ones yet?
Thanks a bunch InsaneNutter, you are the man! ed: Mar 3, Messages: 2, Likes Received: Depending if the thread is old, some of those emulators are probably really outdated. Retroarch is a really great multi-emulator runs several different systems on the same program. It's still in beta for the PSP, so it may crash and some games may run slow but give it a shot.
Dark ScythFeb 10, I must be doing something wrong.
I didn't worked. Please help buddies. CSO that will not work, you need to properly compress the ISO as showin in the tutorial above not just change the file extension. InsaneNutterFeb 11, ed: Oct 7, Messages: 4 Likes Received: 0.
I have a PSP with cfw 6. What do i do with it? Tauqeer MerchantOct 7, InsaneNutterOct 8, Can you help me recognize the issue? Tauqeer MerchantOct 8, Some games do not work well when compressed, GTA is the best example of this I can think of. You could try lowering the compression level to see if that helps, however i generally find if a game is going to work well compressed it will work at compression level 9.
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InsaneNutterOct 12, ed: Apr 16, Messages: 6 Likes Received: 0. Jacob MacFarlaneApr 16, ed: Feb 14, Messages: 2 Likes Received: 0. What does the update folder do? I mean like what is the purpose of that folder And why sometimes it has a really big size Dose it effect the game? Also would deleting the update folder while keeping the format as iso work? For better loading times.
Back in the days when storage space was limited on the PSP every little helped, if you have 32gb of storage or beyond now it probably doesn't matter too much either way. Loading times will be the same, sometimes slower if the iso is compressed to a cso. InsaneNutterFeb 14, BIN Do inside the sys folder? And how safe is it to delete it? Show Ignored Content. Share This Tweet. Your name or address: Do you already have an ? Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?Psp backup games
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