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XEvilBladesX
August 7th, 2006, 09:45
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UPDATES:
May 15, 2007 - 7:00PM [EST Time Zone]
-Added List of Supported / Non-Supported Game Titles.
May 13, 2007 - 9:00PM [EST Time Zone]
-Final update. Completely re-created guide.


Table of Content:
1 Guide
1.1 Installation
1.2 ROM Conversion
1.3 ROM Installation

2 List of Supported / Non-Supported Game Titles

3 FAQ [Frequently Asked Questions]

1 Guide:
1.1 Installation
1. Download the latest version of the ‘Capcom Play System 2 Emulator for the Sony PlayStation Portable' from NJ's website [Here (http://nj-emu.hp.infoseek.co.jp/)].

2. Unzip the ‘*.zip’ you have just downloaded from NJ’s Capcom Play System 2 Emulator site.

3. Once you have unzipped the ‘*.zip’ file you have downloaded, you should have the following files & folders:

*- File |- Directory
\GAMELIST_CPS2.TXT*
\README_CPS2.TXT*
\RESOURCE_JP.ZIP*
|CPS2PSP
CPS2PSP\EBOOT.PBP*
CPS2PSP\ZIPNAME.CPS2*
CPS2PSP\ROMINFO.CPS2*
|ROMCNV
ROMCNV\CPS2CONV.BAT*
ROMCNV\CPS2CONV_ALL.BAT*
ROMCNV\README_CPS2.TXT*
ROMCNV\ROMCNV_CPS2.EXE*
ROMCNV\ROMINFO.CPS2*
ROMCNV\ZIP_CACHE_BATCH_FILE.ZIP*
4. Now create two folders; one named “ROMS” and another named “CACHE”, and place them inside the “CPS2PSP” folder. You should now have the following folder structure:


CPS2PSP\
CPS2PSP\ROMS\
CPS2PSP\CACHE\

5. Now connect your ‘Sony PlayStation Portable’ to your computer, and set your ‘Sony PlayStation Portable’ to ‘USB Mode’ by going to ‘Settings’ in the PlayStation Portable’s XMB and selecting ‘USB Connection’.


6. Navigate your way to ‘X: \PSP\GAME\’ and insert the “CPS2PSP” folder into the “GAME” folder. Your ‘Sony PlayStation Portable’s’ memory stick should now look like this:

[X- Letter of your ‘Sony PlayStation Portable’s’ drive]

X: \PSP\GAME\CPS2PSP\
X: \PSP\GAME\CPS2PSP\EBOOT.PBP*
X: \PSP\GAME\CPS2PSP\ROMINFO.CPS2*
X: \PSP\GAME\CPS2PSP\ZIPNAME.CPS2*
X: \PSP\GAME\CPS2PSP\CACHE\
X: \PSP\GAME\CPS2PSP\ROMS\
[Do not disconnect your Sony PlayStation Portable!]

1.2 ROM Conversion
(*- ROM zip name)
[In order for ‘MOST’ Capcom Play System 2 ROMs to work with this emulator they must be passed through a converter in order to get their ‘*.cache’!]

1. Open the folder named “ROMCNV” and run the program 'ROMCNV_CPS2.EXE'.

2. A ‘Command Prompt’ window should have loaded saying “Please Select ROM file.” and a navigation window saying “Select zipped ROM file.” Locate your zipped ROM file in this window and click open.

3. Please wait while the converter creates a ‘*.cache’ file for your ROM.
[This should take about 20~30 seconds or so depending on ROM size.]
[NOTE: Use a complete ROM set, or the converter will give you an error.]

4. Once the conversion process is complete press ‘Enter’ to exit. Your ‘*.cache’ should now be in a folder named “CACHE” which is located inside the “ROMCNV” folder.

1.3 ROM Installation
1. Now navigate yourself to your ‘Sony PlayStation Portable’s’ drive, and then to the “X:\PSP\GAME\CPS2PSP” folder.

2. In the “X:\PSP\GAME\CPS2PSP” folder you will see the two folders you created: “ROMS” & “CACHE”. Place your ROM file,’*.ZIP’, inside the “ROMS” folder, and then place the cache file,’*.CACHE’, you got from the ‘ROMCNV_CPS2.EXE’ program inside the “CACHE” folder.

2 List of Supported / Non-Supported Game Titles
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Supported ROM set
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ssf2 Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers (World 930911)
ssf2u Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers (USA 930911)
ssf2a Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers (Asia 931005)
ssf2ar1 Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers (Asia 930914)
ssf2j Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers (Japan 931005)
ssf2jr1 Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers (Japan 930911)
ssf2jr2 Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers (Japan 930910)
ssf2tbr1 Super Street Fighter II: The Tournament Battle (World 930911)
ssf2tbj Super Street Fighter II: The Tournament Battle (Japan 930911)
ddtod Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom (Euro 940412)
ddtodr1 Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom (Euro 940113)
ddtodu Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom (USA 940125)
ddtodur1 Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom (USA 940113)
ddtodj Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom (Japan 940125)
ddtodjr1 Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom (Japan 940113)
ddtoda Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom (Asia 940113)
ddtodh Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom (Hispanic 940125)
ecofghtr Eco Fighters (World 931203)
ecofghtu Eco Fighters (USA 931203)
uecology Ultimate Ecology (Japan 931203)
ecofghta Eco Fighters (Asia 931203)
ssf2t Super Street Fighter II Turbo (World 940223)
ssf2ta Super Street Fighter II Turbo (Asia 940223)
ssf2tu Super Street Fighter II Turbo (USA 940323)
ssf2tur1 Super Street Fighter II Turbo (USA 940223)
ssf2xj Super Street Fighter II X: Grand Master Challenge (Japan 940223)
xmcota X-Men: Children of the Atom (Euro 950105)
xmcotau X-Men: Children of the Atom (USA 950105)
xmcotaj X-Men: Children of the Atom (Japan 941219)
xmcotaj1 X-Men: Children of the Atom (Japan 941217)
xmcotajr X-Men: Children of the Atom (Japan 941208 rent version)
xmcotaa X-Men: Children of the Atom (Asia 941217)
xmcotah X-Men: Children of the Atom (Hispanic 950331)
armwar Armored Warriors (Euro 941024)
armwarr1 Armored Warriors (Euro 941011)
armwaru Armored Warriors (USA 941024)
armwara Armored Warriors (Asia 940920)
pgear Powered Gear: Strategic Variant Armor Equipment (Japan 941024)
pgearr1 Powered Gear: Strategic Variant Armor Equipment (Japan 940916)
avsp Alien vs. Predator (Euro 940520)
avspu Alien vs. Predator (USA 940520)
avspj Alien vs. Predator (Japan 940520)
avspa Alien vs. Predator (Asia 940520)
avsph Alien vs. Predator (Hispanic 940520)
dstlk Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors (Euro 940705)
dstlku Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors (USA 940818)
dstlkur1 Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors (USA 940705)
dstlka Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors (Asia 940705)
vampj Vampire: The Night Warriors (Japan 940705)
vampja Vampire: The Night Warriors (Japan 940705 alt)
vampjr1 Vampire: The Night Warriors (Japan 940630)
ringdest Ring of Destruction: Slammasters II (Euro 940902)
smbomb Super Muscle Bomber: The International Blowout (Japan 940831)
smbombr1 Super Muscle Bomber: The International Blowout (Japan 940808)
cybots Cyberbots: Fullmetal Madness (Euro 950424)
cybotsu Cyberbots: Fullmetal Madness (USA 950424)
cybotsj Cyberbots: Fullmetal Madness (Japan 950420)
msh Marvel Super Heroes (Euro 951024)
mshu Marvel Super Heroes (USA 951024)
mshj Marvel Super Heroes (Japan 951117)
mshjr1 Marvel Super Heroes (Japan 951024)
msha Marvel Super Heroes (Asia 951024)
mshb Marvel Super Heroes (Brazil 951117)
mshh Marvel Super Heroes (Hispanic 951117)
nwarr Night Warriors: Darkstalkers' Revenge (USA 950406)
nwarrh Night Warriors: Darkstalkers' Revenge (Hispanic 950403)
nwarrb Night Warriors: Darkstalkers' Revenge (Brazil 950403)
vhuntj Vampire Hunter: Darkstalkers' Revenge (Japan 950316)
vhuntjr1 Vampire Hunter: Darkstalkers' Revenge (Japan 950307)
vhuntjr2 Vampire Hunter: Darkstalkers' Revenge (Japan 950302)
sfa Street Fighter Alpha: Warriors' Dreams (Euro 950727)
sfar1 Street Fighter Alpha: Warriors' Dreams (Euro 950718)
sfar2 Street Fighter Alpha: Warriors' Dreams (Euro 950627)
sfar3 Street Fighter Alpha: Warriors' Dreams (Euro 950605)
sfau Street Fighter Alpha: Warriors' Dreams (USA 950627)
sfzj Street Fighter Zero (Japan 950727)
sfzjr1 Street Fighter Zero (Japan 950627)
sfzjr2 Street Fighter Zero (Japan 950605)
sfza Street Fighter Zero (Asia 950627)
sfzh Street Fighter Zero (Hispanic 950627)
sfzb Street Fighter Zero (Brazil 951109)
sfzbr1 Street Fighter Zero (Brazil 950727)
19xx 19XX: The War Against Destiny (USA 951207)
19xxa 19XX: The War Against Destiny (Asia 951207)
19xxj 19XX: The War Against Destiny (Japan 951225)
19xxjr1 19XX: The War Against Destiny (Japan 951207)
19xxh 19XX: The War Against Destiny (Hispanic 951218)
ddsom Dungeons & Dragons: Shadow over Mystara (Euro 960619)
ddsomr1 Dungeons & Dragons: Shadow over Mystara (Euro 960223)
ddsomr2 Dungeons & Dragons: Shadow over Mystara (Euro 960209)
ddsomr3 Dungeons & Dragons: Shadow over Mystara (Euro 960208)
ddsomu Dungeons & Dragons: Shadow over Mystara (USA 960619)
ddsomur1 Dungeons & Dragons: Shadow over Mystara (USA 960209)
ddsomj Dungeons & Dragons: Shadow over Mystara (Japan 960619)
ddsomjr1 Dungeons & Dragons: Shadow over Mystara (Japan 960206)
ddsoma Dungeons & Dragons: Shadow over Mystara (Asia 960619)
ddsomb Dungeons & Dragons: Shadow over Mystara (Brazil 960223)
megaman2 Mega Man 2: The Power Fighters (USA 960708)
megamn2a Mega Man 2: The Power Fighters (Asia 960708)
rckman2j Rockman 2: The Power Fighters (Japan 960708)
qndream Quiz Nanairo Dreams: Nijiirochou no Kiseki (Japan 960826)
sfa2 Street Fighter Alpha 2 (USA 960306)
sfz2j Street Fighter Zero 2 (Japan 960227)
sfz2a Street Fighter Zero 2 (Asia 960227)
sfz2b Street Fighter Zero 2 (Brazil 960531)
sfz2br1 Street Fighter Zero 2 (Brazil 960304)
sfz2h Street Fighter Zero 2 (Hispanic 960304)
sfz2n Street Fighter Zero 2 (Oceania 960229)
sfz2aj Street Fighter Zero 2 Alpha (Japan 960805)
sfz2aa Street Fighter Zero 2 Alpha (Asia 960826)
sfz2ah Street Fighter Zero 2 Alpha (Hispanic 960813)
sfz2ab Street Fighter Zero 2 Alpha (Brazil 960813)
xmvsf X-Men Vs. Street Fighter (Euro 961004)
xmvsfr1 X-Men Vs. Street Fighter (Euro 960910)
xmvsfu X-Men Vs. Street Fighter (USA 961023)
xmvsfur1 X-Men Vs. Street Fighter (USA 961004)
xmvsfj X-Men Vs. Street Fighter (Japan 961004)
xmvsfjr1 X-Men Vs. Street Fighter (Japan 960910)
xmvsfjr2 X-Men Vs. Street Fighter (Japan 960909)
xmvsfa X-Men Vs. Street Fighter (Asia 961023)
xmvsfar1 X-Men Vs. Street Fighter (Asia 960919)
xmvsfh X-Men Vs. Street Fighter (Hispanic 961004)
xmvsfb X-Men Vs. Street Fighter (Brazil 961023)
batcir Battle Circuit (Euro 970319)
batcira Battle Circuit (Asia 970319)
batcirj Battle Circuit (Japan 970319)
csclub Capcom Sports Club (Euro 970722)
cscluba Capcom Sports Club (Asia 970722)
csclubj Capcom Sports Club (Japan 970722)
csclubh Capcom Sports Club (Hispanic 970722)
spf2t Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo (USA 960620)
spf2xj Super Puzzle Fighter II X (Japan 960531)
spf2ta Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo (Asia 960529)
mshvsf Marvel Super Heroes Vs. Street Fighter (Euro 970625)
mshvsfu Marvel Super Heroes Vs. Street Fighter (USA 970827)
mshvsfu1 Marvel Super Heroes Vs. Street Fighter (USA 970625)
mshvsfj Marvel Super Heroes Vs. Street Fighter (Japan 970707)
mshvsfj1 Marvel Super Heroes Vs. Street Fighter (Japan 970702)
mshvsfj2 Marvel Super Heroes Vs. Street Fighter (Japan 970625)
mshvsfa Marvel Super Heroes Vs. Street Fighter (Asia 970625)
mshvsfa1 Marvel Super Heroes Vs. Street Fighter (Asia 970620)
mshvsfh Marvel Super Heroes Vs. Street Fighter (Hispanic 970625)
mshvsfb Marvel Super Heroes Vs. Street Fighter (Brazil 970827)
mshvsfb1 Marvel Super Heroes Vs. Street Fighter (Brazil 970625)
sgemf Super Gem Fighter Mini Mix (USA 970904)
pfghtj Pocket Fighter (Japan 970904)
sgemfa Super Gem Fighter: Mini Mix (Asia 970904)
sgemfh Super Gem Fighter: Mini Mix (Hispanic 970904)
vhunt2 Vampire Hunter 2: Darkstalkers Revenge (Japan 970929)
vhunt2r1 Vampire Hunter 2: Darkstalkers Revenge (Japan 970913)
vsav Vampire Savior: The Lord of Vampire (Euro 970519)
vsavu Vampire Savior: The Lord of Vampire (USA 970519)
vsavj Vampire Savior: The Lord of Vampire (Japan 970519)
vsava Vampire Savior: The Lord of Vampire (Asia 970519)
vsavh Vampire Savior: The Lord of Vampire (Hispanic 970519)
vsav2 Vampire Savior 2: The Lord of Vampire (Japan 970913)
mvsc Marvel Vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes (Euro 980112)
mvscu Marvel Vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes (USA 980123)
mvscj Marvel Vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes (Japan 980123)
mvscjr1 Marvel Vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes (Japan 980112)
mvsca Marvel Vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes (Asia 980123)
mvscar1 Marvel Vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes (Asia 980112)
mvsch Marvel Vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes (Hispanic 980123)
mvscb Marvel Vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes (Brazil 980123)
sfa3 Street Fighter Alpha 3 (USA 980904)
sfa3r1 Street Fighter Alpha 3 (USA 980629)
sfa3b Street Fighter Alpha 3 (Brazil 980629)
sfz3j Street Fighter Zero 3 (Japan 980904)
sfz3jr1 Street Fighter Zero 3 (Japan 980727)
sfz3jr2 Street Fighter Zero 3 (Japan 980629)
sfz3a Street Fighter Zero 3 (Asia 980904)
sfz3ar1 Street Fighter Zero 3 (Asia 980701)
choko Choko (Japan 010820)
jyangoku Jyangokushi: Haoh no Saihai (Japan 990527)
gigawing Giga Wing (USA 990222)
gwingj Giga Wing (Japan 990223)
gwinga Giga Wing (Asia 990222)
mmatrix Mars Matrix: Hyper Solid Shooting (USA 000412)
mmatrixj Mars Matrix: Hyper Solid Shooting (Japan 000412)
mpang Mighty! Pang (USA 001010)
mpangj Mighty! Pang (Japan 001011)
pzloop2j Puzz Loop 2 (Japan 010205)
dimahoo Dimahoo (USA 000121)
gmahou Great Mahou Daisakusen (Japan 000121)
1944 1944: The Loop Master (USA 000620)
1944j 1944: The Loop Master (Japan 000620)
progear Progear (USA 010117)
progearj Progear no Arashi (Japan 010117)
progeara Progear (Asia 010117)
hsf2 Hyper Street Fighter 2: The Anniversary Edition (Asia 040202)
hsf2j Hyper Street Fighter 2: The Anniversary Edition (Japan 031222)
(hsf2d Hyper Street Fighter 2: The Anniversary Edition (Phoenix Edition))

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Following games are not working.
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ssf2tb Super Street Fighter II: The Tournament Battle (World 931119)
mmancp2u Mega Man: The Power Battle (CPS2 - USA 951006)
rmancp2j Rockman: The Power Battle (CPS2 - Japan 950922)

3 FAQ [Frequently Asked Questions]
Q: Why doesn’t [Insert Game Title Here] want to load?
A: Certain games may not run unless you have 2 different ‘region’ versions of it, or a specific ‘region’ version of it. A good example of this would be “Marvel Vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes.” If you can find a complete (US) ROM set, then the game might work, but if you have the complete (Euro) ROM set of it alone it will not work. In cases like these you will need both a complete ROM set (Euro) and a non-complete (US) ROM set. The non-complete ROM sets do not have to be converted for ‘cache’.

Q: Why do I keep running out of memory when I try loading [Insert Game Title Here]?
A: This occurs when the emulator is being ran through a boot loader. I suggest you downgrade you’re ‘Sony PlayStation Portable’ to ‘System Software’ version ‘1.50’, and then upgrade to a custom firmware of your choice.

Q: Is there any way in which I can get [Insert Game Title Here] to load without a second region?
A: Technically no, but you can decrease the amount of “*.zip’ files that are presented in the ROM selection screen of the emulator. A complex method of doing so is located [Here ( http://forums.qj.net/f-rom-discussion-26/t-cps2psp-more-space-saving-disable-dual-region-boot-82752.html.)]. A much simpler method would be to unzip both a complete ROM set and a non-complete ROM set, then take all of the files which were extracted from both compressed folders and compress them as a ‘*.zip’ file. Once they are compressed rename the newly created ‘*.zip’ file to the name of the non-complete ROM set.

Q: Can I run “Marvel Vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes” on this emulator?
A [English]: You cannot play "Marvel Vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes" on the Capcom Play System 2 hardware.
A [Spanish]: Usted no puede jugar "Marvle contra Capcom 2: Nueva edad de héroes "en el hardware del sistema 2 del juego de Capcom.
A [French]: Vous ne pouvez pas jouer "Vous émerveillez contre Capcom 2 : Nouvel âge des héros "sur le matériel du système 2 de jeu de Capcom.
A [Chinese-simp]: 您无法演奏"奇迹对Capcom 2: 英雄的新年龄"在Capcom 戏剧系统2 硬件。
A [German]: Sie können nicht "Wunder gegen Capcom 2 spielen: Neues Alter der Helder "auf den Capcom Spiel-System 2 Kleinteilen.

http://img242.imageshack.us/img242/8744/bottombarnw5.png (http://nj-emu.hp.infoseek.co.jp/)

BL4Z3D247
August 7th, 2006, 09:55
nice guide :D

jwilds73
August 7th, 2006, 17:39
Someone posted this site in the cps1 thread before it's quite useful for knowing what games run on what hardware. Here is the CPS2 list http://coinop.org/arcadesystem.aspx/036d3688-d593-421a-9ee9-6f37e9ad92c1 I'm not sure if it's 100% but it will give you some idea what games will run with this emulator.

XEvilBladesX
August 7th, 2006, 19:22
Someone posted this site in the cps1 thread before it's quite useful for knowing what games run on what hardware. Here is the CPS2 list http://coinop.org/arcadesystem.aspx/036d3688-d593-421a-9ee9-6f37e9ad92c1 I'm not sure if it's 100% but it will give you some idea what games will run with this emulator.
Yeah, that site tells you what MAME ROMs will run on a CPS 2 Emulator.

BelmontSlayer
August 9th, 2006, 15:32
Excellent job! Hopefully, this will stop the flooding of emu newb posts...

Gvain
August 10th, 2006, 17:51
If Im still running 2.6 (yes I know I should downgrade) but in the meantime which version should I use? 1.0 or 1.5?

XEvilBladesX
August 24th, 2006, 03:50
If Im still running 2.6 (yes I know I should downgrade) but in the meantime which version should I use? 1.0 or 1.5?
1.5 is best, I think. BUMP!!!

kando
August 24th, 2006, 04:08
www.cps2shock.com has a more detailed game list, with screenshots...its been down every now and then recently but its a very old site and is reliable...

also, once the cache file is made and the rom zip files are in the rom folder, you can edit the zip files and remove all files .13 and up....leaving .01-.12...as the cache files are consisted of files .13 and up, and arent needed once the cache is made...will save you TONS OF SPACE.

nice tutorial btw =)

XEvilBladesX
August 27th, 2006, 08:48
Also, I noticed some people asking for cache files on MAC OS X. I think that if you have a MAC you can use DOS Box which will emulate DOS on a MAC. Can someone with a MAC try DOS Box out and tell me if it works, so I can include it in the guide??

ACID
August 27th, 2006, 09:42
If Im still running 2.6 (yes I know I should downgrade) but in the meantime which version should I use? 1.0 or 1.5?
Actually you need the 1.0:D

Dropmurphy1
September 20th, 2006, 22:22
Actually you need the 1.0:D

Actually it works fine on my 1.5.:D

Apoklepz
September 20th, 2006, 22:30
I can play Marvel Vs. Capcom just with the cache.zip and the original mvsc.zip rom file... I just name mvsc.zip to mvscu.zip....I keep hearing people need two diferent region roms to make it run. Just do what I do and you'll only need one.:)

pibs
September 21st, 2006, 00:03
i tried that im still having trouble with it ><

edit: wow marvel vs capcom is awesome! lol:)
but it still seems kinda buggy, or is it my rom? because it runs a lil bit too fast

Apoklepz
September 21st, 2006, 01:12
What would you guys say are the best settings for Marvel vs. Capcom? Here's mine...but before I go, I do play it with the sound OFF, cause it's way to jumpy and jittery with the sound on...It always halts play for brief continuous seconds...I hate that, but well it's a beta emulator...and an amazin one at that.

- Raster effects ON
- Video Sync OFF
- Auto Frameskip DISABLED (it gets really jumpy if enabled)
- Show FPS ON (with these settings you get constant 60fps during battles)
- 60fps Limit ON
- PSP clock 333Mhz

...remember these settings are with the sound OFF

pibs
September 21st, 2006, 01:15
how do you check the settings for it?
is there a shortcut key cuz i couldnt find one and i was too lazy to check the readme cuz i was excited playing
MvsC.

Apoklepz
September 21st, 2006, 16:35
Pressing SELECT and START when the game is viewable and running, will take you to the emulator's Menu. From there you can play with the settings and other stuff.

BTW, I don't think your Marvel vs. Capcom rom is buggy...It just needs the settings adjusted, that's all. Keep in mind that this emulator (even as awesome as it is) is still in it's early (beta) stages, and Marvel vs. Capcom is one of those games that demands the most from it, since it runs many cycles at very fast speeds for even the PSP to handle...so don't expect it to run perfectly, although it is very playable with the settings I posted above.

Good luck.

BTW, I have a question...Is it possible to put border pictures to show up while playing the games in Non-fulscreen resolutions...just wanna make those black bars more colorful, that's all. If it is possible, what do I name the pics as? and in what directory do they go in?

jak66
September 21st, 2006, 17:39
ok, i blame it on windows 98 but when i run the converter exe, all i get is
'please select rom file
press any key to exit'
nothing else and if i press anything, obviously as the last line whould tell, it closes
is it me doing something wrong?

EDIT:NVM, all i had to do was drag the zip onto the exe and it worked:rolleyes:

Apoklepz
September 21st, 2006, 20:32
That's weird...you don't get a directory search wizard window? It's probably Windows 98 then, like you say.

Anyways, since this is a CPS2PSP emulator guide thread, I just thought I'd point you guys to a handfull of cheats for these games...after all, the fighting ones have tons more playable characters than you'd ever imagine. Just click under the starting letter of the game you're looking for. Cheers!

http://www.gamewinners.com/arcade/index.html

Baboon
September 22nd, 2006, 10:54
That's weird...you don't get a directory search wizard window? It's probably Windows 98 then, like you say.

Anyways, since this is a CPS2PSP emulator guide thread, I just thought I'd point you guys to a handfull of cheats for these games...after all, the fighting ones have tons more playable characters than you'd ever imagine. Just click under the starting letter of the game you're looking for. Cheers!

http://www.gamewinners.com/arcade/index.html


Hey thanks for the top tip on cheats for acracde games! :D

I knew a few cheats but this site seems to have em all! I was able to do the Akuma cheat before for xmen vs street fighter (probably the easiest secrect to know), but the additional info for selecting the Hulk and Shadow is great! :)

I'll try some more games in a mo...

ling-yai
September 23rd, 2006, 18:28
hey, awesome emulator!! THANKS. i appreciate it. I love it and am happy cause i actually managed to get it all working...and trust me, that is some feat!

One thing though.... how can I exit the emulator?? when I press the home button and yes, nothing happens. So do I have to switch off the PSP everytime I want to get out? pressing start and select gets me to the emu menu, but I can't seem to get out from there....or am i just too stupid....

PLease help me with that one :D

ling-yai
September 23rd, 2006, 18:37
sorry....got ahead of myself. I just figured it out. And Marvel vs Capcom works great (i added the 'u' to the zip file and works fine) with the settings described here!!
Thanks a million for this emulator!! You have made my PSP!!! :D :p

burp61
September 24th, 2006, 00:45
hello

50cent102
October 4th, 2006, 17:32
how exactly do play the games
i tried a bunch of those CPSP2P things and still doesn't work could someone please help me i'm trying to put the X-Men VS StreetFighter game and could someone tell where i can get the emulator so i can play it on my PSP please?

rehbock
October 4th, 2006, 18:35
nice tut

kharaboudjan
October 10th, 2006, 23:17
thanx, i love this emu btw :)

exept that some of the bigger games are still laggy..

Apoklepz
October 11th, 2006, 17:23
This emu has me busy busy busy all day. :)
...I have a question about a game though...
It's called "Warzard" and most people know it as "Red Earth"...I was just wondering if this game falls under CPS2 or CPS3? I've never actually played the game...just seen the awesome screens in awe...The Sprites quality on it really looks breathtaking. Can somebody let me know if they've ran it succesfully on this Emulator, and how well does it play? ...I'm still searching the net for it, so if you know how or where to get it, please contact me by PM.

Thank you.

EDIT/EDIT/EDIT/EDIT/EDIT/EDIT/EDIT/EDIT/EDIT/EDIT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Well, I've found the MAME rom for Warzard (warzard.zip) , but I have yet to get home from work and Convert/test it out on the latest CPS2 emu....Anybody know if it will work? All I've noticed is that it has similar file structure than all my other CPS2 zipped roms.

EDIT 2/EDIT 2/EDIT 2/EDIT 2/EDIT 2/EDIT 2/EDIT 2/EDIT 2/EDIT 2/EDIT 2!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

NEVERMIND ALL THE TALK HERE:p I just found out it's a CPS3 game...sux, I was really looking forward to playing this awesome looking game....I guess I thought it was CPS2 because chibi Tessa shows up in Pocket Fighter...a CPS2 game...:mad: Oh well... I'll probably be checking the game out on my PC anyways...

Baboon
October 12th, 2006, 12:19
EDIT 2/EDIT 2/EDIT 2/EDIT 2/EDIT 2/EDIT 2/EDIT 2/EDIT 2/EDIT 2/EDIT 2!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

NEVERMIND ALL THE TALK HERE:p I just found out it's a CPS3 game...sux, I was really looking forward to playing this awesome looking game....I guess I thought it was CPS2 because chibi Tessa shows up in Pocket Fighter...a CPS2 game...:mad: Oh well... I'll probably be checking the game out on my PC anyways...

Theres some crazy fatality moves in this game! ...splitting the character in two, organ removal, limb slicing, decapitation, artery rupture etc. ...All very 'Mortal Combat' like for a Capcom game!:D

Apoklepz
October 13th, 2006, 19:07
TOASTY!!! Heh...Yeah, this game rocks! I've been pretty busy playing it and ripping sprites on my laptop for the last two days, and all I gotta say it's a real shame CAPCOM hasn't ported this rare gem over to any of the Home or portable consoles...I'm a HUGE Capcom follower...I've bought many of their original games, their awesome Annual Illustration Books...and a few times even Street Fighter & Resident Evil toys...But as of late, they're not doing much to impress me.They're way too busy making money out of their old, old, old, soooooo old stuff...which BTW we can already emulate and play for free.:) At least the Monster Hunter series keeps me busy nowadays, but I'd really like to see Solid Capcom Masterpieces like Capcom vs. SNK, Marvel vs. Capcom, Street Fighter III, Resident Evil, Onimusha and Devil May Cry games sometime in the future on PSP...How much would that rock?...I'm just kinda pissed at the fact that They're kinda turning into SNK when it comes to PSP...Huge Developer in the past, now a Huge "port-your-old-stuff" Developer...I mean, what NEW games have they brought to the PSP table that are not ports...Hmmmmm, let's see...Monster Hunter &.....Uh, that's it...well, the new 3D-like renders on Ghost and Goblin's and Megaman X were alright, but other than that, Capcom's releases on PSP have been pretty LAME.

Baboon
October 13th, 2006, 22:20
TOASTY!!! Heh...Yeah, this game rocks! I've been pretty busy playing it and ripping sprites on my laptop for the last two days, and all I gotta say it's a real shame CAPCOM hasn't ported this rare gem over to any of the Home or portable consoles...I'm a HUGE Capcom follower...I've bought many of their original games, their awesome Annual Illustration Books...and a few times even Street Fighter & Resident Evil toys...But as of late, they're not doing much to impress me.They're way too busy making money out of their old, old, old, soooooo old stuff...which BTW we can already emulate and play for free.:) At least the Monster Hunter series keeps me busy nowadays, but I'd really like to see Solid Capcom Masterpieces like Capcom vs. SNK, Marvel vs. Capcom, Street Fighter III, Resident Evil, Onimusha and Devil May Cry games sometime in the future on PSP...How much would that rock?...I'm just kinda pissed at the fact that They're kinda turning into SNK when it comes to PSP...Huge Developer in the past, now a Huge "port-your-old-stuff" Developer...I mean, what NEW games have they brought to the PSP table that are not ports...Hmmmmm, let's see...Monster Hunter &.....Uh, that's it...well, the new 3D-like renders on Ghost and Goblin's and Megaman X were alright, but other than that, Capcom's releases on PSP have been pretty LAME.

It is strange that Wazard hasnt been ported yet, it really is a quality game too. I do agree with ya that they've gone a bit limp lately though (bar Monster hunter and GnG), but I've got faith in them eventualy delivering the goods in the futute! One port I'd love to see on PSP though (and I know it would be pushing the system a wee bit) is ResiEvil 4... I sooo love this game on the GC! :D

To be honest if it wasnt for NJ's CPS1&2 masterpeices, I would have been very grateful right now with what they are releasing with the 'Capcom Classics' games on PSP (I never thought I'd have arcade perfect games on the go). We'll just have to wait for Capcom to catch up and resume pushing the boundries with some new 'great' titles. :)

Cheyzak
October 16th, 2006, 20:52
Great tutorial. Works flawlessly!

Apoklepz
October 17th, 2006, 18:11
Hey guys, since this is the tutorial thread, I was wondering if anybody knew if it was possible to have images come up in the emulators menu...You know, kinda like NJ's other emus...were you can have a custom image in the main menu BG and another custom image while the emulator is loading the game...I've tried naming some images like you would in his other emulators and putting them in the correct directory, but no cigar...It probably isn't implemented in to the emu, but I just thought I'd ask anyways.:p I know these two CPS emulators are a work of genious already to ask for much, but it's just that Capcom has waaaayyy too much AWESOME game art to miss out on without this option...If somebody implements GUI customization to the emus last released source, then I'll just have to start a whole new thread just about Custom Art for it...:p I happen to own CAPCOMS 4 art books, and a Hi Res Cannon scanner, and I'm more than willing to go scan happy for the scene:D ...You know what I mean...So about these custom pics, and a good coding/compiling hand who'd be willing to help out with this...

"If you build it, they will come".:cool:

Napalm-Death
November 11th, 2006, 13:05
I just started using this again, and my analog nub is ruining the experience, is there anyway that I can disable it? :(

Baboon
November 11th, 2006, 21:24
I just started using this again, and my analog nub is ruining the experience, is there anyway that I can disable it? :(

Instead of the analog just use the d-pad, I believe it does the same functions on this emu.

Napalm-Death
November 12th, 2006, 05:02
That's not the problem, I want to disable it. The damn thing keeps sliding down on it's own. I'm surprised I was able to beat Progear with the nub as well. >_>

mikebeaver
November 18th, 2006, 16:02
Thanks for the advice I finnaly have mvsc working, still having probs with xmen v sf, so will keep trying.
does it work for all roms, that you have to put a "u" in the name? this is how i got marvel to work.
oh and the tip about removing files .13 and above....absolutely amazing, now i can save even more space on that 2gig stick, lol :)

Baboon
November 18th, 2006, 18:59
Thanks for the advice I finnaly have mvsc working, still having probs with xmen v sf, so will keep trying.
does it work for all roms, that you have to put a "u" in the name? this is how i got marvel to work.
oh and the tip about removing files .13 and above....absolutely amazing, now i can save even more space on that 2gig stick, lol :)


No, adding a 'u' only works for mvsc.

To get xmen vs streetfighter to work I think you also need the parent roms on your mem stick. On mine i've got: xmvsf, xmvsfa and xmvsfur1.

Out of all the big Vs games on CP2 'Xmen vs Streetfighter' plays the best for me out of all of em, with no stuttering at all during the game! :thumbup:

I cant wait for a mutiplayer version of this emu!:D

mikebeaver
November 19th, 2006, 15:20
"baboon, what settings are you running? ive got 2.71 SE-B'' but dont have any overclocking .prx installed, dont know if this would help or not? it doesnt seem to make any difference if i turn off the sound emulation or not, its a little shakey but not bad. will try looking for the xmvsfa and xmvsur1 but using the U trick did get msh vs sf to work aswell as mvsc, why does just changing this work? beats me.Thanks for the help bud

Baboon
November 19th, 2006, 15:25
I'm on 1.5! :)

Good luck with trying them out... there all top games!

mikebeaver
November 19th, 2006, 16:07
up and runing thank you baboon.
i made a cache file, put xmvsa and xmvsfur1 into the rom folder and then removed all files .13 and upward from the zip file, gave me a total size of around 20mb, sweet.

mcleod
November 19th, 2006, 17:00
>.< god dam it guys , sorry but fo some reason i cant get it to run ... MvC is running ... i have xmvsf, xmvsfur1, xmvsfar1, mshvsfu, xmvsfa , all these files and for some reason im not placing them in the right place .. i know what im doing, but im just stumped here ... i think i just placing all the files in the wrong spot , i dont know :/

mcleod
November 19th, 2006, 18:14
Nvm i got it working thank you ^.^

IronX
November 20th, 2006, 20:15
Most games over 20mbs lags in this emulator when it constatly loads from the memory stick... when it doesn't load, it's smooth... and it only loads the first time the animation is played, then it's in the memory or something....

How can I make it not lag when it's loading while playing?. I read that someone had the same problem and he said he solved it by formatting his MS with the format option in the menu on PSP, I did that and it still loads while playing.

Baboon
November 20th, 2006, 20:39
Most games over 20mbs lags in this emulator when it constatly loads from the memory stick... when it doesn't load, it's smooth... and it only loads the first time the animation is played, then it's in the memory or something....

How can I make it not lag when it's loading while playing?. I read that someone had the same problem and he said he solved it by formatting his MS with the format option in the menu on PSP, I did that and it still loads while playing.

Unfortunetly a few of the bigger Vs games do lag. My fav game 'Xmen vs street fighter' doesnt really lag at all, and Marvel Vs Capcom is pretty good too... if youve got a 1.5 or 2.71se PSP make sure you have the final Kernel Mode version of the emulator as this runs the smoothest! :D


edit: I'm a very happy bunny at the mo cause my bro (who's hobbie is doing up knackered arcade machines) has just won on ebay 'Super Streetfighter 2 Turbo' (rom and mainboard) - complete with working battery! ..woo hoo! :)

IronX
November 21st, 2006, 14:50
I have tried both versions of the emulators, both lags because it keeps loading during the fights.

It only runs smooth when all the movies have been performed and therefore are in the memory.

NyghtcrawleR
November 28th, 2006, 17:50
Two seperate questions:
1. Anyone have a link to the bg, icon, etc in the first post because that link is dead?
2. Anyone know what files you can delete in the rom files for both xmvsf and mvsc after you cache them?

XEvilBladesX
November 29th, 2006, 00:16
Two seperate questions:
1. Anyone have a link to the bg, icon, etc in the first post because that link is dead?
2. Anyone know what files you can delete in the rom files for both xmvsf and mvsc after you cache them?

1. http://filexoom.com/files/11984/CPS2PSP_GFX_AT3.zip

2. The files that end with "*.13" throught "*.20".

NyghtcrawleR
November 29th, 2006, 01:16
1. http://filexoom.com/files/11984/CPS2PSP_GFX_AT3.zip

2. The files that end with "*.13" throught "*.20".
Cool thanks. Now is the .13 to .20 thing for both games? I assume so...anyway, how can you tell in general what files you can delete for any other roms?

XEvilBladesX
November 29th, 2006, 04:34
Cool thanks. Now is the .13 to .20 thing for both games? I assume so...anyway, how can you tell in general what files you can delete for any other roms?

By both games do you mean, the chache file and the ROM file? if so no only in the ROM file which should be a ".Zip". ill post a pick when I get the chance of how the files look like.

Cheyzak
November 29th, 2006, 18:53
A bit off-topic question: Does anyone know what files I need to delete in order to reduce the rom size for neo geo emu?

NyghtcrawleR
November 29th, 2006, 19:40
By both games do you mean, the chache file and the ROM file? if so no only in the ROM file which should be a ".Zip". ill post a pick when I get the chance of how the files look like.
I meant the rom file for the tow different games xmvsf and mvsc. I figured that part out as much. What I want to know is how you can tell which files you can delete, say for other games too besides the versus games.

nemoseiya
November 30th, 2006, 02:00
does anyone know when the adhoc version for this emu is gonna come out?

NyghtcrawleR
November 30th, 2006, 05:42
Ok I get it now. Its basically .13 to .20 everytime. Just have to watch what files the converter reads and you can delete them.

XEvilBladesX
November 30th, 2006, 06:16
Ok I get it now. Its basically .13 to .20 everytime. Just have to watch what files the converter reads and you can delete them.
Yes thats right. It always seems to get the files that have the extension ".13"~".20" I think its becuse those are the graphic files and it resizes or tries to reduce them so it can be playable on the PSP.

As for Wi-Fi keep your eye on Mike DX's forum and you will find out as he does not have a release date set yet atleast.
Mike DX: http://www.dcemu.co.uk/vbulletin/forumdisplay.php?f=120

throughsilver
December 4th, 2006, 16:29
Does anybody know the importance of this (http://neocdz.hp.infoseek.co.jp/psp/index.html) development? CPS 1, 2 and MVS in one go. Only problem is, I can't figure it out. What goes where on my memory stick?

Apols if this has been covered already; I did a brief search, but turned nothing up.

mikebeaver
December 5th, 2006, 01:01
what firmware you running?

throughsilver
December 5th, 2006, 01:12
I'm 1.5

I have CPS1 and 2 running off those separate links, but am having trouble with Neo Geo...

onedestinazn2
December 8th, 2006, 22:30
how do u play a game with rom sets do u just make a cache of one of them and where do they go?

onedestinazn2
December 8th, 2006, 22:31
how do u play a game with rom sets do u just make a cache of one of them and where do they go? does this also work for mvspsp?

Armen
December 9th, 2006, 20:32
Anyone have a link for the icons and bg pack that sh*t looks awsome :thumbup:

XEvilBladesX
December 10th, 2006, 04:07
Anyone have a link for the icons and bg pack that sh*t looks awsome :thumbup:
The link is the picture of the background on my first post. lol:D

Armen
December 10th, 2006, 07:49
NVM it works
:D

Apoklepz
January 16th, 2007, 15:17
I've finally stumbled upon a game I can't figure out how to run on NJ's fabulous CPS2 emu:

Hyper Street Fighter II: The Anniversary Edition (Asia 040202)

It's on the support list, and I already now (Phoenix version) doesn't work...I can't get (Asia 040202) to work, that's my problem. I keep getting this error:

http://i58.photobucket.com/albums/g267/Apoklepz/PSP%20HOMEBREW/CPS2_ERR.png

Here's the first few lines from the rom info in the emu folder, which I always use as a reference to see if the image needs to be combined with another region image...but apparently, this isn't the case with Hyper SF II Anniversary Ed. (Asia)

FILENAME( hsf2a, cps2, 0, 1, 0, 0 )
REGION( 0x400000, CPU1, 0 )

And here's the list of files and sizes inside my hsf2a.zip:

hs2.01............128KB
hs2.02............128KB
hs2a.03..........512KB
hs2a.04..........512KB
hs2.05............512KB
hs2.06............512KB
hs2a.07..........512KB
hs2.08............512KB
hs2.09............512KB
hs2.10............512KB
hs2.11.........8,192KB
hs2.13.........8,192KB
hs2.15.........8,192KB
hs2.17.........8,192KB
hs2.19.........8,192KB

I've gotten all games to run except this one...I tested it on MAME and KAWAKS and it's fine, but for some reason it's not working on NJ's last update...didn't try any previous updates either.

Hope this info can help you help me:D

I really want to get this one to work. Thanks in advance!:thumbup:

SkatesBest
January 16th, 2007, 22:42
first of all,lol
how did you take a screenshot on your psp?

tsurumaru
January 17th, 2007, 14:19
Further to what we discussed in the other thread, you can run it in Debug mode but additionally I'm pretty sure the XOR tables for this game were only released very recently. If you haven't got these then I'm sure including them would give you the "this game cannot be run" error (which debug mode would bypass).

Apoklepz
January 17th, 2007, 18:38
first of all,lol
how did you take a screenshot on your psp?

I ran the emulator thru IRshell, the best homebrew Shell substitute application for the PSP by Ahman. You can take snapshots of anything on screen with the musical note button. Also, if you have experience with .prx plugin files, this can also be done with a few of those. It all outputs to the memorystick afterwards.


Further to what we discussed in the other thread, you can run it in Debug mode but additionally I'm pretty sure the XOR tables for this game were only released very recently. If you haven't got these then I'm sure including them would give you the "this game cannot be run" error (which debug mode would bypass).

I understand. Just got the XOR tables for it, but it still ain't working...I'm getting the trditional "this game cannot be run" error like you just said. I don't know squat about tweaking or even dealing with source files...it all sounds like bad Latin to me, sorry.

...I really would appreciate somebody send me a debugged source.

apoklepz@gmail.com

Have a nice day:thumbup:

XEvilBladesX
January 26th, 2007, 07:39
I've finally stumbled upon a game I can't figure out how to run on NJ's fabulous CPS2 emu:

Hyper Street Fighter II: The Anniversary Edition (Asia 040202)

It's on the support list, and I already now (Phoenix version) doesn't work...I can't get (Asia 040202) to work, that's my problem. I keep getting this error:

http://i58.photobucket.com/albums/g267/Apoklepz/PSP%20HOMEBREW/CPS2_ERR.png

Here's the first few lines from the rom info in the emu folder, which I always use as a reference to see if the image needs to be combined with another region image...but apparently, this isn't the case with Hyper SF II Anniversary Ed. (Asia)

FILENAME( hsf2a, cps2, 0, 1, 0, 0 )
REGION( 0x400000, CPU1, 0 )

And here's the list of files and sizes inside my hsf2a.zip:

hs2.01............128KB
hs2.02............128KB
hs2a.03..........512KB
hs2a.04..........512KB
hs2.05............512KB
hs2.06............512KB
hs2a.07..........512KB
hs2.08............512KB
hs2.09............512KB
hs2.10............512KB
hs2.11.........8,192KB
hs2.13.........8,192KB
hs2.15.........8,192KB
hs2.17.........8,192KB
hs2.19.........8,192KB

I've gotten all games to run except this one...I tested it on MAME and KAWAKS and it's fine, but for some reason it's not working on NJ's last update...didn't try any previous updates either.

Hope this info can help you help me:D

I really want to get this one to work. Thanks in advance!:thumbup:
Interesting, this game came out in 2004 and is very recent to emulation, I believe its because of its strict security structure. Anyways as stated before debug mode should get you past the error, but cant some good editing of the XOR tables get you past it as well? Ill look into it a bit more, Ill try to do some research on this.

monkey666
January 28th, 2007, 02:39
Can anyone get this game working if so can they upload there compiled version which loads this game many thanks.

XEvilBladesX
January 29th, 2007, 03:33
Viola! After hours of trying to get "Hyper Street Fighter II: The Anniversary Edition (Asia 040202), Phoenix Edition" to execute along with "Hyper Street Fighter II: The Anniversary Edition (Asia 040202)," I got them both to work without a "Debug" included version of CPS2PSP. It seems "tsurumaru" was wrong, their is no need for a "Debug" included version of CPS2PSP in order for this game to execute. The "Phoenix Edition" is quite complicated to get working, and is not worth it as their are many extreme graphical displacements. While "Asia 040202" edition is extremely simple, just download the complete Asian ROM-set, then reconstruct it with the XOR files included in the ROM-set.

Downloads:
-Please use the latest version of CPS2PSP which is "CPS2PSP 1.66," which can be obtained here (http://dl.qj.net/CPS2PSP-1.66-PSP-Emulators/pg/12/fid/11954/catid/502).
-The XOR files can be obtained here (http://cps2shock.emu-france.com/), but remember you will need to obtain the complete ROM-set on your own.

Hyper Street Fighter II: The Anniversary Edition (Asia 040202) [XOR Files]

When you download the XOR "*.zip" file, within that compressed folder there should be 3 files.

Files Included:
hs2ax.03
hs2ax.04
readme.txt

Unzip the compressed folder and drag the files hs2ax.03 & hs2ax.04 to your complete ROM-set.

Once you have transfered the files to your complete ROM-set you should have the following folder structure for your complete ROM-set.

Hyper Street Fighter II: The Anniversary Edition (Asia 040202) [Folder Structure]

*=File
*=Special File

HSF2A.ZIP*
-HSF2A.ZIP\hs2.01*
-HSF2A.ZIP\hs2.02*
-HSF2A.ZIP\hs2.05*
-HSF2A.ZIP\hs2.06*
-HSF2A.ZIP\hs2.08*
-HSF2A.ZIP\hs2.09*
-HSF2A.ZIP\hs2.10*
-HSF2A.ZIP\hs2.11m*
-HSF2A.ZIP\hs2.13m*
-HSF2A.ZIP\hs2.15m*
-HSF2A.ZIP\hs2.17m*
-HSF2A.ZIP\hs2.19m*
-HSF2A.ZIP\hs2a.03*
-HSF2A.ZIP\hs2a.03d*
-HSF2A.ZIP\hs2a.04*
-HSF2A.ZIP\hs2a.04d*
-HSF2A.ZIP\hs2a.07*
-HSF2A.ZIP\hs2ax.03*
-HSF2A.ZIP\hs2ax.04*

Apoklepz
January 29th, 2007, 14:20
Great job, man. I'm sure everyone's gonna be able to play it now. Thanks!

Napalm-Death
January 30th, 2007, 06:07
Nevermind this, I got it to work by downloading it elsewhere.

Apoklepz
March 20th, 2007, 17:10
Ok, I'm bumping this to see if anyone knows if the last 2.06 sources have been altered to allow Wi-Fi able Bootlegs, since last I checked, the Bootleg versions of the 2.06 build by NJ don't allow Wi-Fi ahdoc between 2 PSPs.

Thanks

Turbovec
May 16th, 2007, 07:48
Hi there everyone....I just modded my PSP today so I am relatively new at this whole thing. I was able to get some PS1 games running fine on my PSP, but the CPS2PSP emulator seems to be a whole new issue. Here is my problem: I am running the 2.6.0 version of the emulator, but every time I go to start the emulator, it kicks be out saying "The game could not be started. 8002014C" I have followed every step and I have my directories set up as follows:

[GAME]

-cps2psp
->CACHE
->ROMS
->rominfo.cps2
->zipname.cps2
->EBOOT.PBP

-cps2psp%
->EBOOT.PBP

Does anyone have any suggestions or guidance for this n00b? Thank you very much in advance and sorry to be a bother.

XEvilBladesX
May 18th, 2007, 05:44
I updated the guide to its final version, just wanted to bump this to let you guys know. This is final because as far as I can tell there won't be an update, for the emulator, for quite a while.

ah_hup
September 22nd, 2007, 15:45
im having the same problem. the cps2 emulator could not be started. i have followed all the steps. what is wrong?? btw my version is 3.52 M33-3

BlazinBlack
February 27th, 2008, 03:11
Can a fat psp run this?