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Strange. My ff7 disc 1 will not load any fmv's unless I use popsloader, the built in emulation in 401 M33 just does not work for me.

Did you have 4.01 M33 or 4.01 M33 V2?
If you had V2, did you put the file in a folder in the XSP\\GAME folder?
Did you create a folder for the eboot file? It suppose to look as such

X:\\PSP\\GAME\\FF7\\eboot.pbp

I had the same problem, I couldn't load pbp's on my PSP with 4.01 M33 V2, but I found out it was because I wasn't creating a folder for my file . It boots just fine now. Or do you have a CSO/ISO file? Do you have the M33 driver activated in your home menu?

To do that, hit "select" in your home menu. I think it's the 4th item down, and just keep changing it until it says "M33 driver" and you're set! I have 4.01 M33 V2, and I don't need a popsloader cause it comes with one built in!
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Did you have 4.01 M33 or 4.01 M33 V2?
If you had V2, did you put the file in a folder in the XSPGAME folder?
Did you create a folder for the eboot file? It suppose to look as such

XSPGAMEFF7eboot.pbp

I had the same problem, I couldn't load pbp's on my PSP with 4.01 M33 V2, but I found out it was because I wasn't creating a folder for my file . It boots just fine now. Or do you have a CSO/ISO file? Do you have the M33 driver activated in your home menu?

To do that, hit "select" in your home menu. I think it's the 4th item down, and just keep changing it until it says "M33 driver" and you're set! I have 4.01 M33 V2, and I don't need a popsloader cause it comes with one built in!
I use the Sony driver which is actually better than the M33 driver, although they both work great
 
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Awesome! Where'd you get the Pandora battery from?
This guy I know from my philosophy class brought in his PSP the same day I did last semester, and he told me he'd flash mine for me one day. But he had a FAT PSP. One day last week he messaged me asking me If I knew how to flash a slim PSP, and I told him about this thread. He flashed his, and said he'd do mine as thanks. So I drove to his house, and we got it all figured out!

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And I still haven't figured out CXMB, lol.
Took me like 2 hours to figure out as well!

There's no real clear instructions to install CXMB [Follow the link for the latest supported version of CXMB]. Basically, say you have CFW 4.01 M33 V2. You have to Download RSPsar Dumper v3.5 [which supports dumping files all the way to 4.05].

-Put the RSPsar program in your PSP's GAME folder [PSP/GAME/RSPsardumper/eboot.pbp]
-Next, download the official PSP firmware [say you have 4.01 M33 V2, download the official 4.01 firmware] that corresponds with your CFW.
-Rename the official firmware "eboot.pbp" and place it in your root folder. That means, just lob it into your PSP, it should not be in ANY subfolder.

X:\\eboot.pbp = Good!
X:\\PSP\\eboot.pbp = BAD!

-Now run RSPsar Dumper on your PSP, and select the option to "decrypt and dump all", it will run and close it's self on completion.
-Hook up your PSP to your computer, and there should be a folder called "dump" in your PSP's root folder, or something along those lines, search the folder for 3 Files, [paf.prx, common_gui.prx, vshmain.prx]. Delete the rest of the dumped files.
-Extract the CXMB from your download and copy cxmb folder to your memory stick, and place the 3 decrypted prx in cxmb/support/ .
-Add a line ms0:/cxmb/cxmb.prx in your vsh.txt (ms0:/seplugins/vsh.txt).
You will get a file structure like this:
ms0:/
|-cxmb/
| |-support
| | |-paf.prx
| | |-common_gui.prx
| | |-vshmain.prx
| |-cxmb.prx
|-seplugins/
| |-vsh.txt
|-PSP/
| |-THEME/
-Reboot PSP and enable cxmb.prx in Recovery menu, under plugin's.


Bamn! Now you're done! Now you can download 4.01 [or w/e version you have] CTF's and load them into the "theme" folder. The CTF's should only be 1 file each, ending in .ctf. Once you load them into the folder, you can load them via the home menu like always :]!

message me if you have any problems!
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Did you have 4.01 M33 or 4.01 M33 V2?
If you had V2, did you put the file in a folder in the XSPGAME folder?
Did you create a folder for the eboot file? It suppose to look as such

XSPGAMEFF7eboot.pbp

I had the same problem, I couldn't load pbp's on my PSP with 4.01 M33 V2, but I found out it was because I wasn't creating a folder for my file . It boots just fine now. Or do you have a CSO/ISO file? Do you have the M33 driver activated in your home menu?

To do that, hit "select" in your home menu. I think it's the 4th item down, and just keep changing it until it says "M33 driver" and you're set! I have 4.01 M33 V2, and I don't need a popsloader cause it comes with one built in!
Yes, I had everything set up this way. I learend very quickly tha programs/games need their own folder in psp/game. The FF7 game would load, and I could access the main menu at the beginning, but none of the cutscenes would play, keeping me from actually getting to the game. I might trythe sony drive like Krunk_Kracker mentioned, but so far popsloader is the only thing that works right for me on 4.01 M33-2.
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Yes, I had everything set up this way. I learend very quickly tha programs/games need their own folder in psp/game. The FF7 game would load, and I could access the main menu at the beginning, but none of the cutscenes would play, keeping me from actually getting to the game. I might trythe sony drive like Krunk_Kracker mentioned, but so far popsloader is the only thing that works right for me on 4.01 M33-2.
Yes, try the sony driver! Maybe you got a stale/bad rip? Mine plays the cutscenes just fine!

Sigh, Now I'm going to buy a 4GB memory stick for my PSP :[
OH WHERE DOES THE MONEY GO!?!?!
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Yes, try the sony driver! Maybe you got a stale/bad rip? Mine plays the cutscenes just fine!

Sigh, Now I'm going to buy a 4GB memory stick for my PSP :[
OH WHERE DOES THE MONEY GO!?!?!
I have a 4 gigger.....its still not enough......
 
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Now that we're flashed, what's everyones favorite homebrew? Maybe we can get a list going and just extend off the original post, if the TOS permits.
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I have a 4 gigger.....its still not enough......
Theres a 8GB M2 stick [smaller than a MS Pro Duo meant for sony's mobile phones, but fits into a Pro Duo adapter, which I own ] that's only 50$ on amazon. But probably has horrible read/write times. Plus there's been a rash of fake [still works, but is crap performance] MS duos, usually on ebay though.


4 GB not enough!?!?! How many files do you have!?!?!? I've just loaded a file that has to do with a man named cloud, and the reason I want a 4 GB is because the a file that has to do with a core crisis is over 1 GB, and my measly 1 GB stick wont support it. That and a file with a snake that's solid !

8GB is only 60$, god so tempting, but I'm buying ram for my laptop [2gb to 4gb vista 64bit] and a mouse, so if I spend 60 instead of 40$, no mouse for me ;[.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820171311


but which 4 gb stick has the best read time?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...171130&bop=And

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Now that we're flashed, what's everyones favorite homebrew? Maybe we can get a list going and just extend off the original post, if the TOS permits.
What homebrew's do you have? all I have is the CXMB, I'm trying to find a good PDF reader :[ but none of them work on my 4.01 M33 V2.
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I've got a 4 gig, thinking about getting another. I use up the space by ripping my games to Memory stick so I a) don't break the disc, and b) save on battery life by not having to spin the disk every time I try to run it. For homebrew, I've got both doom and wolf3d, and some of my old PSX games ripped as well.
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I've got a 4 gig, thinking about getting another. I use up the space by ripping my games to Memory stick so I a) don't break the disc, and b) save on battery life by not having to spin the disk every time I try to run it. For homebrew, I've got both doom and wolf3d, and some of my old PSX games ripped as well.
I do need a good emulator.... hrmmm.

BTW, check this out.

http://www.visavis.jp/shop/WebObject...p/01233001700/



The carrying case is of no concern, but it's what's inside that's awesome. It's a UMD case, with 2 slots of memory sticks. So that way, you don't need an extra case for your multiple Pro Duo sticks! 10$ USD, but shipping would be a *****. :[

Also, I wanna load this program
http://www.psp-hacks.com/2008/07/01/...senger-client/

An instant messenger for your PSP, so you can walk around the house with wi-fi and still get IM's!!!!
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