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How to monitor your CPU/Ram with a PSP

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ALL CREDIT GOES TO PSPGEN (WWW.PSPGEN.COM) WHERE I FOUND THE HOW TO AND FILES

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What you need : PSP, Wireless Router.
  • Connect your PSP to your PC using USB Mode
  • Right click on the PSP Pack.rar
  • Choose the directory of your memory stick/PSP/GAME or memory stick/PSP/GAME3.XX for custom firmware
  • Extract
  • Open the directory you just exracted (PC Monitor folder) and open "wifi.cfg"
  • Replace the IP address after"signaddress=" with the IP address of your PC (If you don't know it Start>run>"cmd">ipconfig)
  • Save the document and exit
  • Quit USB mode on your PSP
  • Extract the PC Pack.rar to your desktop
  • Open PCMonitor.exe
  • In your PSP menu, go to "Game" and open " PCMonitor Alpha"
  • Select your network connection (you should have your wireless router connection setup before hand)
  • You should be set!

Auther's thanks :

* WiFiController v0.4.4 wifi codes by David Rudie
* CPU pc codes by Get the System, Total CPU Usage using API by Jason
* RAM pc codes by Get Performance, Info Example by Jason Hensley
* PC codes thanks to http://www.himarticles.com
* Alpha tester "Wildboy99" from the QJ forums.
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Pretty cool.
    
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Here it is in action :




Fake G15 FTW!
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