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Psp Iso Folder Structure

Go to the folder where your game's ISO file is stored. If you downloaded a video game to put on your PSP, you'll likely find the ISO file in the game's folder. Some games use CSO files instead of ISO files. If this is the case with your game, you'll look for the CSO file instead. It’ll build all the files and folders you need. Failing that, or if you have some content still on your ‘stick and want to avoid a complete reformat, hook your PSP up to your PC (or Mac, for that matter), then make sure that there’s a folder on the very topmost level called “PSP”.

For Firmware Versions < 2.80

Most PSP’s use the following directory structure.

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Firmware versions 2.80 and above use the following directory structure.

The ‘PSP’ directory is the main directory used by the PSP. The ‘MP_ROOT’ directory is where you should store any MP4 video files you want to view using your PSP, in a compatible format.

The ‘GAME’ > ‘UPDATE’ directory is where any firmware updates should be stored as well as bonus levels or extras downloaded for a particular game.

The ‘SAVEDATA’ directory should not be altered in anyway, as it could cause you data to be corrupted, disabling you from loading your saved files correctly.

Psp Iso Folder Structure Templates

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For Firmware Versions < 2.80

The ‘MUSIC’ and ‘PHOTO’ directories can be used to store music (ATRAC and MP3) and photo (JPG, BMP, PNG, TIFF), respectively. You can use sub-directories to seperate the files as needed.

The “MP_ROOT” folder is used to store video content. (See How do I put videos onto my PSP?)

For Firmware Versions 2.80+

The “MUSIC”, “VIDEO” and “PICTURE” folders can be used to store music (ATRAC and MP3), videos (MP4) and photos (JPG, BMP, PNG, TIFF), respectively

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Note: The file structure for firmware version 2.0 is shown. For firmware versions < 2.0, do not add the 'COMMON' and 'SYSTEM' folders. For firmware versions 2.80+, the 'MP_ROOT' folder has been renamed to 'VIDEO' and the 'MUSIC' folder has been moved to the root of the Memory Stick. The 'PHOTO' folder has been renamed to 'PICTURE' and moved to the root of the Memory Stick.