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Thread: Seems the odd PSP iso game actually needs a UMD disk to boot in 3.03-C

  
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    Moyt is offline -Hacks Newbie
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    From what I gather if you go into Recovery mode Config (hold R when switching on PSP) and go into config, enabling - 'Use NO-UMD' allows you to play PSP iso's off the memory stick without having an UMD inserted.
    Which has worked for just about all PSP games I have played on so far except for Powerstone Collections (PAL - UK). The orange read light will just flicker rapidly and you end up with a black screen. Put an UMD in (after disable 'use no-umd') and Powerstone loads up fine.

    I don't know if this problem would have occurred an earlier version of 3.03-C

    Anyone come across other PSP games that do this? I wonder why this only happens with Powerstone Collections so far.:/


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    No-UMD is not fully functional!
    Use the search button, it's not there to look pretty!

    I don\'t give a crap about your firmware history

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    some newer games isn't compatible yet w/ no-umd in the drive

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    Quote Originally Posted by sepreath
    No-UMD is not fully functional!
    Use the search button, it's not there to look pretty!
    OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO :sleep:

    Quote Originally Posted by eloder
    some newer games isn't compatible yet w/ no-umd in the drive
    Thanks for the civilised answer :) I thought I might have just have had a bad iso or something. Just seemed odd how the one game just doesn't function that way, while the others do. It didn't occur to me before that 'no-umd' wasn't 100% perfect.

    Cheers!

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