PSP 6.61 Custom Firmware Install on any PSP - PSP, PSP Slim, PSP 3000, PSP Go & E1000

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  1. MrConsol

    MrConsol New Member

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    Thanks man! Great guide!
    I might have missed if there is a thread about PSP storage but I just wanted to contribute with a thread about using 64 GB of storage with a MicroSD card + Memory Stick PRO Duo adapter (!): https://digiex.net/guides-reviews/c...microsd-successfully-using-64-gb-storage.html

    Happy gaming (for days)!
     
  2. Tan

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    Halo bro i try to update to 6.60 but i get an error code DADADADADA. What should i do ? Thank for helping
     
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    InsaneNutter Resident Nutter Staff Member

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    DADADADA stands for DarkAlex. This means your PSP is running custom firmware and has had it's updater disabled. You will need to rerun the tool originally used on the PSP to disable updates.
     
  4. Ozisware

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    Hi I'm getting the following error "Sorry. This program doesn't support your FW (0x06060110" and then it returns to home screen, my console is a PSP 3010 with FW 6.61 (just recently updated), please any provided help is appreciated
     
  5. Rileyk20

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    Hello I am asking If I can permanently install the CFW I have a PSP ver. Fat v3.0 and the motherboard type is TA-82
     
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    InsaneNutter Resident Nutter Staff Member

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    Nope you can't make it permanent, so just use the fast recover app if you ever totally power the PSP off by mistake.
     
  7. ferds17

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    pls help me. Please. So, I've searched this version 6.61 of psp and I updated my psp version 5.50 (Full) with the downloaded EBOOT.PBP. When I copy iso/ cso files in ISO folder of my memory stick, the games won't appear in my psp. PLEASE HELP ME.
     
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    So you have updated to the required firmware, have you then installed the custom firmware?
     
  9. DrBarda

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    Recently I updated to OFW 6.61 and downloaded the CFW 6.61. PRO-C2. In CFW- Ps1 games play normally, PSP games fade to black and I have to reset the PSP by taking out the battery.
    Same thing happened when I was using 6.60 CFW. I am using a PSP 2004.
     
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    What ISO mode are you using? you could also be using bad rips of games.
     
  11. DrBarda

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    UMD ISO MODE: Inferno.. The games themselves are ok, because i used to play them on when I had GEN-D3 (if that was It's correct name).
     
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    Just to test, if you rip one of the games you own does that play? It's hard to know what to suggest for this but that would be a good starting point to rule things out.
     
  13. acerbobo

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    Hi guys,

    I have recently decided to use my PSP 1000 after about 6 years. I have CFW installed on there from back in 2008/09 I think.

    I was wondering if anyone can tell me if I can still go ahead with this CFW guide?

    Do I have to format the memory stick or just copy and paste over files in the appropriate folders mentioned?

    System software currently says: 5.50 GEN-B (Full).


    Please let me know
     
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    You do not need to format the memory stick, just copy the files, over and follow the tutorial.
     
  15. Arclite

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    Hi All,


    After seeing this post, I decided to fire up my fat 1003 psp and updated to first official 6.60 firmware and then followed the guide to get it to 6.60 pro. Worked perfectly except that when I loaded up Mortal Kombat Trilogy. I got in no problem, went through the in game menus and started a match and then the psp switched off. Thought may be it was a one-off until it just kept on doing it whenever I tried starting a fight. I came back to this guide and then thought I should upgrade it to 6.61 pro. I did not update it to 6.61 (official, which may have caused this problem?) CFW 6.61 pro allowed me to update and the last message i saw on screen was "Now reboot to 6.61 pro cb-2". So I rebooted and now the psp does not start at all. Did I brick it? :(:(
     
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    Press and hold the power button in for 10-15 seconds, that should fully power the PSP off. Then try powering it on and see if it works. It's extremely rear to brick a PSP installing CFW so i'd be surprised if you had.
     
  17. Michael Walls

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    been having trouble with corrupted data for a while so i decided to format the memory stick via the pc not the psp now theres no folders in the stick at all which i was expecting so i put the back up back on the psp but when i load a iso or cso on to the psp it says there are no games
     
  18. Michael Walls

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    sorry scrap this i have sorted it

    problem im having now is i have lots of iso and cso games when i load one on it says corrupted data so ill reformat the memory card via the psp put the game on again and it works only problem is soon as i try put another on i get corrupted data again , is there a way i can keep the game i have on now and format the psp so i can add the games its driving me mad lol
     
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    Help! When I ran the ProUpdate App, it works well in first but after that it says "the disc can not be read" and also this is my first time doing this so please tell me if I am doing wrong, thanks in advance!
     
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    You only need to do it once, after that either flash the firmware permanently (if possible on your PSP) or use the fast recovery app.
     

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