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    Rampaging_Demon is offline -Hacks Newbie
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    Excellent guide, but I have a bit of a problem. Whenever I try to boot up the game on my psp, a message that says "The copyright protection information is invalid." Can anyone help me out?


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    Quote Originally Posted by RainMotorsports
    Quote Originally Posted by Rampaging_Demon
    Excellent guide, but I have a bit of a problem. Whenever I try to boot up the game on my psp, a message that says "The copyright protection information is invalid." Can anyone help me out?
    Hmm never had that one before, whats the game and whats the region? My guess is its a protect pal game and you need a patch.
    The games were Final Fantasy 9, and Resident Evil Directors Cut. Both are NTSC.

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    I'm currently on 3.95. I used the programs in the guide. Well, I only did the first disc of FF9, so that is probably the reason. But Directors Cut is the one I wanted to play most lol.

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    3.95 official. So that explains it. Sorry, but as you can see I am a newb lol.

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    Ok will do. Thanks for the help.

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    this looks like a really detailed guide. you must have helped tonnes of people by now so well done. hope you get this sticky!!
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    I just got a psp last weekend $75 the UMD failed after about 4 hours

    i ordered a pandora battery and a couple of memory sticks...

    even found my FFVII disks so i will be attempting this really soon...

    anyone attempted to do the game "Driver" it is on my list

    will this work with both .iso and .bin files ?

    thanks for the great tutorial.

    Chris

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    Just bought a modded psp version 4.01 m33, have no problem playing cso or iso files i just copy them to the iso folder and play, i cant get eboot files to play, can anyone tell me which folder to copy to

    & yes im a noob

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    Noticed this bad link:

    Our forum has a file HERE

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    I'm ready, at least I THINK I'm ready, to put the EBOOT.PBP file of Final Fantasy VII, disc 1 into the PSP's Game folder. When I go to drag it in, I get an error message saying that "the file being copied is too large for the destination drive." This makes sense, seeing as how the largest memory card I own, the one I'm trying to put FF7 on, only has a capacity of 256MB (with only 95ishMB free, and yet when I try to make room, nothing seems to be on it. Hmm...) and the EBOOT.PBP file is 529MB.

    So, my question: is there a way to compress the EBOOT.PBP to a manageable size that will allow it to fit on my sad excuse for a memory card, or do I have to bust out the $$ to get me a bigger memory card? If the latter is my only option, do they sell used memory cards at game stores?

    Any help/advice would be appreciated. Wow, my brain hurts! This PS1-to-PSP ISO business is really complicated. I must say, though, that your tutorial, Rain, is very detailed and thorough (the pictures you have up helped me a lot! Bonus points for you, sir).

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