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    I was thinking the other day and something occured to me, many of my ISOs require NO-UMD turned off while a select few require it turned on. I was wondering if it was plausible (not asking just wondering) if in the future we could have ISO custom settings, possibly by holding a button or two while loading an ISO or maybe even having it change itself by some means of code. If Im not explaining myself properly forgive me but if you do and have a bit of knowledge of coding, is it at all possible? I would love to see it in a custom firmware or prx of some sort. Thanks for everyones time!


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    Are there really some games which actually require NoUMD turned on??? I didn't know that...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZiNgABuRgA
    Are there really some games which actually require NoUMD turned on??? I didn't know that...
    Same. There are a lot that require it turned off, but I haven't seen any that need it on.
    Maybe an idea would be having an ini file for stuff like CPU speed. But NO-UMD shouldn't matter.

    Which games require it on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chaos Zero
    Quote Originally Posted by ZiNgABuRgA
    Are there really some games which actually require NoUMD turned on??? I didn't know that...
    Same. There are a lot that require it turned off, but I haven't seen any that need it on.
    Maybe an idea would be having an ini file for stuff like CPU speed. But NO-UMD shouldn't matter.

    Which games require it on?
    Your right most games do require it on but I have problems with DJ Max Portable 2 and sometimes MGAcid2, it is a rare exception but I was just using NO-UMD to make a point. It could be anything, not just No-UMD, it could be Free Region, Fake Region, CPU speed, plain modules, just any settings really.

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