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    Default Converting ROM's to Eboots

    I heard someone on the forum could do it. Like converting GBA and SNES roms to eboots. Is this possible? If anyone knows, could they please tell me?

    Thanks in advance!

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    Actually, I think it was you that said you could do it!

    Your avatar looks familiar.

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    like an emulator and rom combined. sorta like lua games in eboot form.. lua player built in.

    oh and no. you cant make a rom into an eboot. unless its psx.

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    What you need to do is just setup your NesterJ Emulator and keep all of your NES ROMS in a folder on your memory Stick.

    You can access ALL of your Memory stick from the file browser built into most emulators.

    Also converting your individual ROMs into EBOOTS that self launch would dramatically increase their size.

    I'd highly recommend installing an emulator for the types of games and just enjoying all of it's features.

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    Wait? So there is a way?! Your saying it would dramatically increase the size....well? How do you do it?

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    u want n64 games to run full speed, im guessing....

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    no...I just want games like my Chrono Trigger game on the XMB ready to run...instead of going to the emu then playing it...you know?

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    Default If all you want is xmb loading.

    If your running DA 3.03 or higher then you can just follow this video:

    http://psphacking101.com/node/51


    and then your psx roms will load from the memory stick option under game in the XMB.

    Also, make sure you click this link at the bottom of that link http://www.psphacking101.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=6347

    which also tells you how to switch pal to ntsc if needed, as well as give you a written version of how to rip from the original psx cd. convert to iso, create the eboot and so on and then stick it on your psp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildburn View Post
    If your running DA 3.03 or higher then you can just follow this video:

    http://psphacking101.com/node/51


    and then your psx roms will load from the memory stick option under game in the XMB.

    Also, make sure you click this link at the bottom of that link http://www.psphacking101.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=6347

    which also tells you how to switch pal to ntsc if needed, as well as give you a written version of how to rip from the original psx cd. convert to iso, create the eboot and so on and then stick it on your psp.
    Did he SAY psx games? I wish people would learn to read.

    As for your query, NO, there isn't a way to do it. don't be so lazy about another step.

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