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    Default (HELP) PSP game extraction

    ok if i have a psp game in my psp and i want to keep it as a iso/cso how would i be able to do that?

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    Use this: http://psp.dashhacks.com/2012/04/15/umd-killer-fixed

    You need a CFW to use it.

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    I wish i had that long ago dude, could've helped me tons.

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    actualy if you use the ps1 minis and put them in your pc it will work in an other psp even if its not registered to the psn. Unless they patched that it will work.

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