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    [CLASSIC] BASIC TUTORIAL FOR RUNING ISOs AND 2.X UMDs ON A 1.5 PSP

    BASIC TUTORIAL ON HOW TO RUN ISOs

    PART I - Ripping UMDs
    PART II - DECRYPTING BOOT.BIN AND REPLACING PRX FILES
    PART III - DUMPING FIRMWARE FOR USE WITH DAXZISO
    PART IV - USING DAX ZISO TO LOAD GAMES
    PART V - LOADING ISO/UMD AND 2.5 FIRMWARE EMULATION WITH DEVHOOK 0.4+
    PART VI- RUNING 2.X UMDs
    == CLASSIC EMULATOR METHODS ==
    PART VII - USING UMD EMULATOR TO PLAY 1.5 COMPATIBLE ISOs
    PART VIII - USING UMD EMULATOR AND MPH GAME LOADER TO PLAY 2.X GAMES




    PART I - RIPPING UMDs

    For this you can use one of several tools, I will cover one of them, but here is a list of several:

    FastLoader 0.7
    New UMD Dumper 0.2
    UMD Ripper (Version 1.1.0)

    Backing up and ISO with FASTLOADER 0.7 (Courtasy of MAYHEM100):
    1. Open Command Promp from the start menu of windows (STAR\AllPrograms\Accessories\Command Prompt). When this opens, it will display the windows version, copyright, and a directory like so:

    Microsoft Windows Version XXX
    © Copyright Microsoft Corp.

    C:\Documnets and Settings\Owner>

    2. After you have completed backing up the iso with FASTLOADER v0.7, place all the split iso files intp the directory the Command Prompt opened into as shown above. For example, I would place my files in C:\Documents and Settings\Owner.
    3. REname all the split parts to part1, part2, part3, etc. for however many files you are joining.
    4. In command Prompt, enter:
    copy /b part1 + part2 + part3 + part4 + part5 GAME.iso

    Here you put however many parts it is split into. For example, this example has 5 parts (files) that need to be joined.
    "GAME.iso" is the file all these split files will be joined to. You can name this whatever you want, but don't forget the .iso extension.
    5. When command prompt says (1) files copied, the process is done. Be patient, especially if you are making a big iso. Although there is very little sign of progress, it is doing its job. THERE WILL BE NO PROGRESS BAR.


    Here is the process with New UMD Dumper 0.2 one a 1GB stick if the game is over that size:
    1. Place the program folders in the PSP\GAME directory on your memory stick.
    2. Insert UMD
    3. Start the program and it will automaticaly start to copy the UMD to the root of your memory stick.
    4. Once there is no more space it will say:
    ++ MemoryStick is Full! ++
    === Move UMD.*** File to hte PC and run again.

    5. Exit the program and copy the file UMD.000 to your computer, DO NO REMOVE RESUME.DAT!
    6. Run the program again and it will finish and create a UMD.001 and a bin file.
    7. Copy those files to the same directory on your computer and run the bin file. This will patch it together and you will have your ISO.
    8. Refer to a ripkit to get the ISO down to size and enjoy your game !



    PART II - DECRYPTING BOOT.BIN AND REPLACING PRX FILES

    With this section there will be a parts that are split up, hopefully it flows well.

    A. Prepairing the ISO for surgery !
    1. Open your ISO in UMDGen 3.01.
    2. Go to Tools > Extract ISO Contents...
    3. Dump the ISO into a folder, we'll call this folder C:\UMD

    B. Decrypting the BOOT.BIN:
    We will be using PSP 2.X PRX & EBOOT File Decryptor v0.1 by Aenea
    1. Copy the folders to you PSP\GAME folder and create a folder named Enc on the root of your memory stick.
    2. Copy the EBOOT.BIN in the C:\UMD\PSP_GAME\SYSDIR directory to the Enc folder on your memory stick.
    3. Run the decrypter on your PSP, onced it finishes it will exit and a folder named Dec will be on the root of your memory stick.
    4. Rename the EBOOT.BIN in the Dec directory to BOOT.BIN.
    5. Repace the BOOT.BIN in C:\UMD\PSP_GAME\SYSDIR\ with the new BOOT.BIN on your memory stick.
    6. If that is all that is required, skip to "E. Rebuilding ISO"

    C. Decrypting PRX Files:
    We will be using the DecryptPRX 1.0.2 by MPH
    (Credits: PspPet [original psar Dumper .02a], mph [psar Dumper .02a mod])
    1. Copy the program to your memory stick and create a folder name crypted in the root of your memory stick.
    2. Find a directory named module and/or kmodule, typically found in PSP_GAME\USRDIR directory.
    3. Copy the PRX files to the crypted folder on your memory stick.
    4. Run the program on your PSP and the original files will be overwritten by the dycrypted ones.
    5. Copy the files from the crypted folder in the root of your memory stick and overwrite the orignal PRX files in module and/or kmodule folder on your hard drive.
    6. If that is all that is required, skip to "E. Rebuilding ISO"

    D. Replacing PRX Files:
    For the sake of this tutorial we will use Metal Gear Acid as our source for the PRX files.
    1. Extract the ISO to C:\UMD2
    2. Make a list of what PRX files the original ISO has.
    3. Find the PRX files with the same names as the ones you listed in C:\UMD2\PSP_GAME\USRDIR\modules folder.
    4. Copy them and overwrite the original PRX files in the ISO you want to fix.
    5. If that is all that is required, skip to "E. Rebuilding ISO"

    E. Rebuilding ISO
    1. Open UMD Gen 3.01.
    2. Hilight the PSP_GAME folder and the UMD_DATA.BIN file and drag them into UMD Gen where it says "no items to show"
    3. Once the items show, go to File > Save As > ISO...
    4. Choose a name and save.




    PART III - DUMPING FIRMWARE FOR USE WITH MPH DAX ZISO

    (MODIFIED VERSION OF CHOSSY'S FIRMWARE DUMPING TUTORIAL)
    1. Copy the 2.0 update EBOOT.PBP to the root of your memory stick
    2. On your PSP run MPH Firmware Launcher
    3. Select Launch/Install A Firmware/Automatically (with an eboot.pbp).
    4. On the automatic installation screen press up on the dpad so choose is highlighted on pbp file & select it.
    5. On the choose file screen press up on the dpad then scroll down to the eboot.pbp & select it.
    6. Do the same with the install folder option selecting the DAXZISO folder.
    7. Leave the Copy Flash1 option set on Yes.
    8. Once we have done this select Install and wait for it to dump the firmware.
    9. When you see the MS led stop flashing and The Firmware Has Been Successfully Dumped press OK.
    10. Exit the MPH firmware loader and you are ready to run game in DAX through the MPH Loader option.


    PART IV - USING DAX ZISO TO LOAD GAMES

    DAX ZISO is a new program created by Dark_AleX, but it uses the core of UMD Emulator. It basically runs everything UMD Emulator will run and allows you to compress most games. This will cover how to run games, compression can make some games not work, but first it's important to learn how to use the application before we add complications in. NOTE: ALL OF THE SETTINGS COVER AS IF THE GAME IS COMPRESSED, IF IT IS NOT THE TABLES IN RAM SETTING DOES NOT MATTER!

    Before you get started, you need to check a list to get your game working if you don't want to do testing to find the right method, so refer to the DAXZISO Compatibility List at:
    http://forums.maxconsole.net/showthread.php?t=17873

    This part will be covered in 3 Parts.
    NOTE: ONCE THE SETTINGS FOR A GAME HAVE BEEN SET ONCE, THEY ARE REMEMBERED, SO YOU CAN HIT X TO CHOOSE THE ISO AND NOT WORRY ABOUT CHANGING SETTINGS AGAIN IF YOU HAVE ALREADY RUN THE GAME AND HAVE NOT FORMATTED YOUR MEMORY STICK OR ERASED THE DAXZISO\CONF FOLDER!

    A. For the sake of the tutorial, we will say you are trying to play Burnout Legends for this first part.

    1. Copy the files for DAXZISO and your Firmware dump to you memory stick and it should look like this:
    PSP\GAME\%DAXZISO\EBOOT.PBP
    PSP\GAME\DAXZISO\EBOOT.PBP
    PSP\GAME\DAXZISO\backpic.bmp
    PSP\GAME\DAXZISO\backpic2.bmp
    PSP\GAME\DAXZISO\lexus.prx
    PSP\GAME\DAXZISO\loadorig_umem.prx
    PSP\GAME\DAXZISO\loadprx.prx
    DAXZISO\core.bin
    DAXZISO\FUSEDCORE.bin
    DAXZISO\MPHGL.PBP
    DAXZISO\mphloader.prx
    DAXZISO\RunUMD.PBP
    DAXZISO\UMDEMU.PBP
    DAXZISO\flash0\<FW DUMP HERE>
    DAXZISO\flash1\<FLASH1 DUMP HERE>
    x\<RUNUMD DUMP HERE>

    2. Refer to the list.
    3. It says Direct LoadExec w/ RAM Table Allocation ON
    4. Insert a UMD Game in the drive, Start DAXZISO, Select your ISO and hit SQUARE and make sure your settings are as follows:
    CPU/Bus Speed: 333/166MHz
    Emulation mode: Direct LoadExec
    Disc type ISO: game
    Disc type UMD: game
    Updater icon: remove
    Use boot.bin: on
    Regioncode override: off
    Flash0 emulation: off
    Flash1 emulation: off
    Allocate tables in RAM: on

    5. Go to START and hit X.
    6. Enjoy your game.


    B. For the sake of the tutorial, we will say you are trying to play Grand Theft Auto for this second part.
    (ADVISED THAT YOU DO NO COMPRESS THIS GAME)

    1. Copy the files for DAXZISO and your Firmware dump to you memory stick and it should look like this:
    PSP\GAME\%DAXZISO\EBOOT.PBP
    PSP\GAME\DAXZISO\EBOOT.PBP
    PSP\GAME\DAXZISO\backpic.bmp
    PSP\GAME\DAXZISO\backpic2.bmp
    PSP\GAME\DAXZISO\lexus.prx
    PSP\GAME\DAXZISO\loadorig_umem.prx
    PSP\GAME\DAXZISO\loadprx.prx
    DAXZISO\core.bin
    DAXZISO\FUSEDCORE.bin
    DAXZISO\MPHGL.PBP
    DAXZISO\mphloader.prx
    DAXZISO\RunUMD.PBP
    DAXZISO\UMDEMU.PBP
    DAXZISO\flash0\<FW DUMP HERE>
    DAXZISO\flash1\<FLASH1 DUMP HERE>
    x\<RUNUMD DUMP HERE>

    2. Refer to the list.
    3. It says MPHGL LoadExec w/ RAM Table Allocation OFF
    4. Insert a UMD Game in the drive, Start DAXZISO, Select your ISO and hit SQUARE and make sure your settings are as follows:
    CPU/Bus Speed: 333/166MHz
    Emulation mode: MPHGL LoadExec
    Disc type ISO: game
    Disc type UMD: game
    Updater icon: remove
    Use boot.bin: on
    Regioncode override: off
    Flash0 emulation: off
    Flash1 emulation: off
    Allocate tables in RAM: off

    5. Go to START and hit X.
    6. Enjoy your game.


    C. For the sake of the tutorial, we will say you are trying to playY's Ark of Nephistim (US) for this third part.

    1. Copy the files for DAXZISO and your Firmware dump to you memory stick and it should look like this:
    PSP\GAME\%DAXZISO\EBOOT.PBP
    PSP\GAME\DAXZISO\EBOOT.PBP
    PSP\GAME\DAXZISO\backpic.bmp
    PSP\GAME\DAXZISO\backpic2.bmp
    PSP\GAME\DAXZISO\lexus.prx
    PSP\GAME\DAXZISO\loadorig_umem.prx
    PSP\GAME\DAXZISO\loadprx.prx
    DAXZISO\core.bin
    DAXZISO\FUSEDCORE.bin
    DAXZISO\MPHGL.PBP
    DAXZISO\mphloader.prx
    DAXZISO\RunUMD.PBP
    DAXZISO\UMDEMU.PBP
    DAXZISO\flash0\<FW DUMP HERE>
    DAXZISO\flash1\<FLASH1 DUMP HERE>
    x\<RUNUMD DUMP HERE>

    2. Refer to the list.
    3. It says RunUMD LoadExec w/ RAM Table Allocation ON
    4. Insert a UMD Game in the drive, Start DAXZISO, Select your ISO and hit SQUARE and make sure your settings are as follows:
    CPU/Bus Speed: 333/166MHz
    Emulation mode: RunUMD LoadExec
    Disc type ISO: game
    Disc type UMD: game
    Updater icon: remove
    Use boot.bin: on
    Regioncode override: off
    Flash0 emulation: off
    Flash1 emulation: off
    Allocate tables in RAM: on

    5. Go to START and hit X.
    6. When the RunUMD start screen comes up, DO NOT HIT CIRCLE, Hit X.
    7. Enjoy your game.



    PART V - LOADING ISO/UMD AND 2.5 FIRMWARE EMULATION WITH DEVHOOK 0.4+

    Before you get started, you need to check a list to get your game working if you don't want to do testing to find the right method, so refer to the MASTER COMPATIBILITY LIST at:
    http://forums.maxconsole.net/showthread.php?t=19016

    This section will be covered in three parts.

    A. Dumping the 2.5 Firmware using the DevHook Installer.

    1. Copy the files for DevHook to your memory stick and it should look like this:
    PSP\GAME\DH_ENG
    PSP\GAME\DH_ENG%
    PSP\GAME\DH_INST
    PSP\GAME\DH_INST%
    DH\150\flash0\KD
    DH\150F\flash0\KD
    DH\200\flash0\KD
    DH\250\flash0\KD
    DH\KD

    2. Create flash1 folders in the same folders that a flash0 folder exists.
    3. Use PBP Unpacker and open the 2.5 update EBOOT.PBP
    4. Extract the EBOOT to the root of your memory stick and delete everything except for the DATA.PSAR file.
    5. On your PSP run "devhook firmware installer" and hit circle to start the FLASH0 dump.
    6. Once that is completed a message will pop up, hit circle again to dump your flash1.
    7. After that is completed hit circle to exit. Now you are ready to use DevHook emulation modes.


    B. Running 1.5 games with no UMD.

    1. Refer to the master list to see if it is a working title.
    2. Start DevHook and make sure your settings are as follows:
    UMD SELECT: <your game.iso>
    UMD MOUNT: ISO NOUMD(1.50only)
    UMD VERSION: no change
    FIRMWARE: 1.5(flash)
    CPU CLOCK: 333MHz /166MHz
    BOOT SELECT: rebootUMD(1.50 only)
    3. Go to START in the menu and hit Circle.
    4. Enjoy your game.


    B. Running any game with 2.5 Emulation mode.

    1. Refer to the master list to see if it is a working title.
    2. Insert a UMD Game in the drive, Start DevHook and make sure your settings are as follows:
    UMD SELECT: <your game.iso>
    UMD MOUNT: ISO ANYUMD
    UMD VERSION: 2.xx -> 2.00
    FIRMWARE: 2.50
    CPU CLOCK: 222MHz /111MHz
    BOOT SELECT: reboot XMB
    3. Go to START in the menu and hit Circle.
    4. Enjoy your game.




    PART VI - RUNING 2.X UMDs

    Before you get started, you need to check a list to get your game working if you don't want to do testing to find the right method, so refer to the MASTER COMPATIBILITY LIST at:
    http://forums.maxconsole.net/showthread.php?t=19016

    This section will be covered in three parts.

    A. MPH Game Loader 1.1. For the sake of the tutorial, we will say you are trying to play Grand Theft Auto for the first part.

    1. Refer to the master list to see if it is a working title.
    2. Copy the files for MPH Game Loader 1.1 and your FIRMWARE DUMP to you memory stick and it should look like this:
    PSP\GAME\%MPHGAMELOADER\EBOOT.PBP
    PSP\GAME\MPHGAMELOADER\EBOOT.PBP
    MPHGameLoader\mphloader.prx
    MPHGameLoader\flash0\<FW DUMP HERE>
    MPHGameLoader\flash1\<FLASH1 DUMP HERE>

    3. Inster your Grand Theft Auto UMD in your drive.
    4. Start MPH Game Loader.
    5. Enjoy your game.


    B. RunUMDver00101a1. For the sake of the tutorial, we will say you are trying to play Generation of Chaos IV (US) for the second part.

    1. Refer to the master list to see if it is a working title.
    2. Copy the files for RunUMD to you memory stick and it should look like this:
    PSP\GAME\%RUNUMD\EBOOT.PBP
    PSP\GAME\RUNUMD\EBOOT.PBP

    3. Inster your Generation of Chaos IV (US) UMD in your drive.
    4. Start RunUMD.
    5. When the program starts you will see a screen with lots of text on it.
    6. Hit CIRCLE to dump the firmware (unless you copied a working x dump already, which I recommend)
    7. Hit X.
    8. Enjoy your game.


    C. DevHook with 2.5 Emulation mode.

    1. Refer to the master list to see if it is a working title.
    2. Insert a UMD Game in the drive, Start DevHook and make sure your settings are as follows:
    UMD SELECT: -- UMD Disc --
    UMD MOUNT: UMD DISC
    UMD VERSION: 2.xx -> 2.00
    FIRMWARE: 2.50
    CPU CLOCK: 222MHz /111MHz
    BOOT SELECT: reboot XMB
    3. Go to START in the menu and hit Circle.
    4. Enjoy your game.




    == CLASSIC EMULATORS ==



    PART VII - USING UMD EMULATOR TO PLAY 1.5 COMPATIBLE ISOs

    Before you get started, you need to check a list to get your game working if you don't want to do testing to find the right method, so refer to the MASTER COMPATIBILITY LIST at:
    http://forums.maxconsole.net/showthread.php?t=19016


    This is in TWO parts, A and B. Copyload runs like Direct load, so refer to directload, but use copyload instead if the game requires that method.

    A. For the sake of the tutorial, we will say you are trying to play Burnout Legends for this first part.

    1. Copy the files for UMD Emulator 0.8c to you memory stick and it should look like this:
    PSP\GAME\%UMDEMUALTOR\EBOOT.PBP
    PSP\GAME\UMDEMUALTOR\EBOOT.PBP
    UMDEMULATOR\core.bin
    UMDEMULATOR\menu.bmp

    2. Refer to the master list.
    3. It says Direct Load, so insert a UMD Game in the drive, Start UMD Emulator, and make sure your settings are as follows:
    CPU/Bus Speed: 333/166MHz
    ISO emulation mode: direct load
    Disc type ISO: game
    Disc type UMD: game
    Updater icon: remove
    Use boot.bin: on
    Regioncode override: off
    Flash0 emulation: off
    Flash1 emulation: off

    4. Choose the Burnout ISO and hit X.
    5. Enjoy your game.


    B. For the sake of the tutorial, we will say you are trying to play Midnight Club 3 Dub Edition for this second part.

    1. Copy the files for UMD Emulator 0.8c to you memory stick and it should look like this:
    PSP\GAME\%UMDEMUALTOR\EBOOT.PBP
    PSP\GAME\UMDEMUALTOR\EBOOT.PBP
    UMDEMULATOR\core.bin
    UMDEMULATOR\menu.bmp

    2. Refer to the master list.
    3. It says System menu, so insert a UMD Game in the drive, Start UMD Emulator, and make sure your settings are as follows:
    CPU/Bus Speed: 333/166MHz
    ISO emulation mode: system menu
    Disc type ISO: game
    Disc type UMD: game
    Updater icon: remove
    Use boot.bin: on
    Regioncode override: off
    Flash0 emulation: off
    Flash1 emulation: off

    4. Choose the Midnight Club ISO and hit X.
    5. Once you are returned to the system menu, the Midnight Club Icon will show up instead of the one for the actual UMD in the drive.
    6. Choose the UMD Icon as if you were running a regular UMD game.
    7. Enjoy your game.



    PART VII - USING UMD EMULATOR AND MPH GAME LOADER TO PLAY 2.X GAMES

    Before you get started, you need to check a list to get your game working if you don't want to do testing to find the right method, so refer to the MASTER COMPATIBILITY LIST at:
    http://forums.maxconsole.net/showthread.php?t=19016

    For the sake of the tutorial, we will say you are trying to play Grand Theft Auto Liberty City Stories.


    1. Copy the files for MPH Game Loader 1.1, UMD Emulator 0.8c, and your FIRMWARE DUMP to you memory stick and it should look like this:
    PSP\GAME\%UMDEMUALTOR\EBOOT.PBP
    PSP\GAME\UMDEMUALTOR\EBOOT.PBP
    UMDEMULATOR\core.bin
    UMDEMULATOR\menu.bmp
    PSP\GAME\%MPHGAMELOADER\EBOOT.PBP
    PSP\GAME\MPHGAMELOADER\EBOOT.PBP
    MPHGameLoader\mphloader.prx
    MPHGameLoader\flash0\<FW DUMP HERE>
    MPHGameLoader\flash1\<FLASH1 DUMP HERE>

    2. Refer to the master list.
    3. It says System Menu+MPH, so insert a UMD Game in the drive, Start UMD Emulator, and make sure your settings are as follows:
    CPU/Bus Speed: 333/166MHz
    ISO emulation mode: system menu
    Disc type ISO: game
    Disc type UMD: game
    Updater icon: remove
    Use boot.bin: on
    Regioncode override: off
    Flash0 emulation: off
    Flash1 emulation: off

    4. Choose the GTA ISO and hit X.
    5. Once your are returned to the System Menu start up MPH Game Loader.
    6. Enjoy your game.
    Last edited by PSPWAD; 07-09-2006 at 02:16 PM.

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    Do you have to edit the GTA ISO before using it with dax?

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    So we gonna finish this list?? Coming soon from MAY??

    I mean absolutely no disrespect by this and really appreciate what has already been done.
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    Thanks for the info

    I watched a video of a guy installing devhook and got everything working fine, but i think the way he showed us to install devhook was a bit hap hazzard.

    The main problem for me is the readme is unreadable :P

    so i was hoping somebody could make a nice, detailed - idiot proof - post about installing devhook and the extracting 2.0 / 2.5 firmware for devhook

    Screentshots not necessary; clear, exact instructions are required however

    thanks

    EDIT: or an english readme!
    Last edited by MegaJim; 07-09-2006 at 07:09 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PSPWAD
    Long time, new update !!! Enjoy!

    Thanks, and the Part VIII?

    *Never mind, I need to read before i iopen my big mouth, before devhook wa sgoing to be part 8. Thanks a million
    Last edited by Kimbonious; 07-10-2006 at 12:01 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PSPWAD
    Long time, new update !!! Enjoy!
    Thanks wad ur a ledge

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    Quote Originally Posted by MegaJim
    Thanks wad ur a ledge
    Thanks...O.o..I guess....don't fall....off me?

    lol, jk !

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    will umd rippers work with 2.7+

    will all of those umd rippers work with fw 2.71? Id like to know so when i get back my psp with UP and epsilon bios i can play them off my 4gb ms.

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