First, a million thankyou's for this terrific guide. Thanks to you i have my PSP Slim with CFW 4.01 :twothumbs:
I have been creating a few eboots from PSX images and all no trouble whatsoever thanks to this guide.
However, i got to my first tricky one. Metal Gear Solid. Its 2 cd's, and i was a little confused to how you created them with you guide. I assume you dont need all 3 programs? just psx2psp should be able to make a combined eboot, correct?...Anyway thats what i did, everything seems fine, except the speech, sounds like a crackle or echo. So not sure if i made the eboot correctly or if MGS needs popsloader?
I keep on having a problem with a multidisc eboot of Metal Gear Solid (I have the game, no stealing for me :mrgreen:), I created it in PSX2PSP and it still won't run in my psp.
I'm using 4.01 m33-2.
As much as i love this forum my finger points to Max Console's PS1 forum (Its a sub forum of psp downgrading and exploits). They have alot on it. I just today got a new psp so I havent had a chance to mess with the game but i do own a copy.
All multi disc games have their quirks and i am not familiar with the problems with MGS so check out these links for maxconsole and the compat list
EDIT EDIT EDIT - ABout five posts up another guy was having a different problem an audio problem with MGS here is the link he posted it might have good build instructions? - http://forums.maxconsole.net/showthr...=114901&page=2 Appears to say use that game id give it a shot dont forget to check the compat list to see if u should be using popsloader.
Thanks, I'll see what I can get out of them. I just killed Sniper Wolf and I want to know what happens after that, it's basically my first time playing it. >_>
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