How to Run ISO From a Memory Stick on PSP

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How to Run ISO From a Memory Stick on PSP
How to Run ISO From a Memory Stick on PSP

Running custom firmware on your PSP has many added benefits, but probably none more useful than the ability to play all of your games directly from your memory stick. This allows you to carry many games, depending on the size of your memory stick. You have to make the ISO files yourself from the games you have legally purchased.

Things You'll Need

  • PSP running custom firmware
  • PSP game
  • USB cable
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Instructions

    • 1

      Turn on your PSP and insert your PSP game. Press the select button and navigate to USB Device. Change it to UMD Disc and exit. Connect your PSP to your computer and you will be shown the PSP game in the drive. It will be in ISO format.

    • 2

      Copy the ISO to your computer and disconnect your PSP from the computer. Remove the game from the PSP drive.

    • 3

      Turn on your PSP and connect it to your computer with the supplied USB cable. Your PSP will automatically go into USB mode and you will now be able to see your PSP's drive within your computer.

    • 4

      Open your PSP's drive by going into your computer and selecting the PSP drive from My Computer. When you open the PSP drive you will see many different folders including PSP, VIDEO and MUSIC.

    • 5

      Open up your PSP's ISO folder and drag your ISO game into this folder. Wait as it transfers from your computer to the PSP. When it is complete, disconnect your PSP from your computer.

    • 6

      Navigate to your PSP's game menu and select your game from the list of available games. Your game will start, and you will be playing your PSP games directly from your memory stick.

Tips & Warnings

  • Use your legally purchased games to make your own ISO files.

  • Do not download ISO files.

  • It is legal to backup your own games for private use only.

  • Downloading ISO files, even if you own the game itself, is illegal.

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