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Re: How To Run PSP Games Stored On Your PC Via USB Cable

Post by bsanehi » Sat Jun 16, 2012 1:10 am

StepS wrote:I'd like to mention that Prometheus Iso Loader also has the feature of loading by USB, built-in. ;)
I tested it... and ISO's show up but don't work... :(
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Re: How To Run PSP Games Stored On Your PC Via USB Cable

Post by Disturbed0ne » Sat Jun 16, 2012 1:17 am

bsanehi wrote:
StepS wrote:I'd like to mention that Prometheus Iso Loader also has the feature of loading by USB, built-in. ;)
I tested it... and ISO's show up but don't work... :(
I could never get Prometheus ISO Loader to load via USB either. (Admittedly I only tried with about half a dozen ISO backups though before I gave up)
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Re: How To Run PSP Games Stored On Your PC Via USB Cable

Post by Casavult » Sat Jun 16, 2012 1:21 am

Disturbed0ne wrote:You could also try the "Game Sharing" option at the top of the Game menu in the XMB, I've used that with a few UMD's that I own. (The one that I really remember using "Game Sharing" with was Namco Museum Battle Collection to play Dig Dug against my niece while sitting in the waiting room of doctor's offices. :lol: )
You could, but not all games support Game Sharing, only AdHoc. I'm sure Duodecim 012 only supports AdHoc as an example and the only game I can think of at the momemt that has Game Sharing is Fired Up. :lol:
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Re: How To Run PSP Games Stored On Your PC Via USB Cable

Post by Disturbed0ne » Sat Jun 16, 2012 1:34 am

Casavult wrote:
Disturbed0ne wrote:You could also try the "Game Sharing" option at the top of the Game menu in the XMB, I've used that with a few UMD's that I own. (The one that I really remember using "Game Sharing" with was Namco Museum Battle Collection to play Dig Dug against my niece while sitting in the waiting room of doctor's offices. :lol: )
You could, but not all games support Game Sharing, only AdHoc. I'm sure Duodecim 012 only supports AdHoc as an example and the only game I can think of at the momemt that has Game Sharing is Fired Up. :lol:
fate6 was kind enough to find this for me - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Pl ... ring_games

Duodecim 012 isn't on there but I never play that game, I've never liked fighting games, the last one that I actually enjoyed playing was Mortal Kombat (the original on the Sega Genesis).

I do have quite a few of the other games on that list though (US/NA region only, I only import if there's no other option what so ever, even if that means searching secondhand/pawn shops for a few weeks)
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Re: How To Run PSP Games Stored On Your PC Via USB Cable

Post by MrShyCity » Sat Jun 16, 2012 1:35 am

i love it the cut seen doesnt lag anymore :D
Thanks man, great tut by the way
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Re: How To Run PSP Games Stored On Your PC Via USB Cable

Post by Casavult » Sat Jun 16, 2012 1:37 am

Disturbed0ne wrote:
Casavult wrote:
Disturbed0ne wrote:You could also try the "Game Sharing" option at the top of the Game menu in the XMB, I've used that with a few UMD's that I own. (The one that I really remember using "Game Sharing" with was Namco Museum Battle Collection to play Dig Dug against my niece while sitting in the waiting room of doctor's offices. :lol: )
You could, but not all games support Game Sharing, only AdHoc. I'm sure Duodecim 012 only supports AdHoc as an example and the only game I can think of at the momemt that has Game Sharing is Fired Up. :lol:
fate6 was kind enough to find this for me - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Pl ... ring_games

Duodecim 012 isn't on there but I never play that game, I've never liked fighting games, the last one that I actually enjoyed playing was Mortal Kombat (the original on the Sega Genesis).

I do have quite a few of the other games on that list though (US/NA region only, I only import if there's no other option what so ever, even if that means searching secondhand/pawn shops for a few weeks)
Ahhh I see. The list is... Very short in my opinion. The PSP has, what, around 1000 or so games available? Yet there is about 40 on that list... Sony didn't make good use of that Game Sharing feature. :(
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Re: How To Run PSP Games Stored On Your PC Via USB Cable

Post by fate6 » Sat Jun 16, 2012 1:44 am

Casavult wrote:Sony didn't make good use of that Game Sharing feature. :(

they didn't make good use of the infrastructure feature either ;)
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Re: How To Run PSP Games Stored On Your PC Via USB Cable

Post by Disturbed0ne » Sat Jun 16, 2012 2:07 am

fate6 wrote:
Casavult wrote:Sony didn't make good use of that Game Sharing feature. :(

they didn't make good use of the infrastructure feature either ;)
What exactly has Sony made good use of in the last 8+ years? :shock:
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Re: How To Run PSP Games Stored On Your PC Via USB Cable

Post by VatoLoco » Sat Jun 16, 2012 2:19 am

I tried doing this a while back and gave up because the loader would always freeze when i tried to launch a game. But, after reading this thread, i decided to give it another go.
Initially i got the same freeze issue, but then i switched from the (6.60) PRO-10b i usually use to LME-1.8 firmware and my game booted up and is playing fine from USB =D

Thanks for perking my interest in getting this stuff going.

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Re: How To Run PSP Games Stored On Your PC Via USB Cable

Post by fate6 » Sat Jun 16, 2012 2:27 am

Disturbed0ne wrote: What exactly has Sony made good use of in the last 8+ years? :shock:

my $$$ to fund there crazy drunken crack party's ?
(which BTW Sony I would really like to be invited one of these days)
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