View Full Version : What is the best PSX Multi-Disk Eboot Creator at the moment?

February 28th, 2009, 22:06
I'm looking for a good GUI based multi-disk eboot creator. Specifically for FF7 and its 3 disks.

What is the current best one out now? I'm a little behind with PSP updates.

A link to the download of the eboot creator would be much appreciated.

February 28th, 2009, 23:35
psx2psp 1.4.2 is quite gd
this is 1.12mb (http://www.megaupload.com/?d=V4WXTS9H)
this is 1.5mb (http://www.megaupload.com/?d=N7Q1E1Z5)
or you can use any search site e.g yahoo, google, msn ect to find it no idea what the difference between them and why there different sizes but i though i link them anyway but not sure if i can give ya a link to BASE.PBP well that what i used for ff7 and 8 and 9

March 1st, 2009, 12:50
RS-GUI PopStationMD v3.00 DOWNLOAD (http://www.psp-cheats.it/public/redsquirrel/home/index.php?mod=Download/RS-GUI_PopStationMD#RS-GUI%20PopStationMD%20v3_00.rar)

March 1st, 2009, 13:08
Thank you very much for your responses.

I tried using PSX2PSP 1.42 and it gave me a multi-disk eboot which works but I think there is a problem.

Am I meant to be able to use the "Switch Disks" option in pops? It is blacked out when I launch the FF7 eboot. I'm using popsloader to load up pops 3.71 as it is very compatible with FF7. Also, I'm using a 3.90m33-3 psp. (Or whatever the latest 3.90 is.)

When it asks me to change the disk, do I just hit x to continue as if the disk was already in? Or is my multi-disk eboot bugged? Or is it a problem with pops?

I remember making a multi disk eboot a while ago where I could use the "Switch Disks" option. This was a FF9 multi disk eboot with disks 3 and 4. I just switched to "Disk 2" which was disk 4 of FF9 and I could load up my saved game.

How is the eboot meant to function after using these creators?

March 1st, 2009, 15:28
well when I need to switch disk you can reset it to a different disk but I got 5.00-6m33 on my psp but got no idea as not got to the end of ff7-d1 how to switch disk that way on the psp, am on disk3 on my psx though lol but i think the switch disk option is only open at the end when u need to switch but thats just a guess

March 2nd, 2009, 18:00
I sure hope it is X_x