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Play PSP Games on PC using PPSSPP Emulator

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How do I find the ISO file after the download?

I downloaded the file "Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Tag Force (Europe) ISO" but there is no way that I can find the ISO file

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If you have downloaded the file from emu-paradise then the file that you have downloaded needs to be extracted first before you can get the ISO file. You can either use 7zip or Winrar to do so. Now to look for the ISO file go to your downloaded game and extract it. After extraction, I'm sure you'll get confused cause you will saw a lot of files and there's no ISO yet. Well, the answer is you need to extract again the file within that folder, look for the file that has a Winrar extension. Supposedly you have downloaded YuGiOh then the files after your first extraction is yugioh_ISO.r21 then simply browse in that same folder and you will see a file named yugioh_ISO(win_rar). Just extract it and for it to finished extracting and then you will see the ISO file.

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Can you help me get "Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep" working on PPSSPP?

First off, all music seems to have been cut from the game. Not all sound but the music in particular. Also, some of the cut-scenes will not play and the ones that do don't seem to have the voice acting. And finally, many of the 2 dimensional GUI displays are misplaced such as the main menu and many of the menus within the game. Please help.

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This YouTube Tutorial shows the optimal settings for playing Kingdom of Hearts: Birth by Sleep on the PPSSPP. Every time you play a new game, you need to adjust settings.

Hi, I downloaded the emulator just now I also have a ISO file but it says could not find executable disk file please help?

How to run and play the game I don't understand it

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You need to unzip the ISO file. Do not rename the extensions when you unzip or the emulator will not find the file.

Why won't my ROM file open? Blah Blah Blah?

When I attempt to open my game with the emulator it can't identify it. the game file is a 7z file.

Unpack the 7z file using the method in this YouTube Tutorial. If the file will still not open, it is either corrupted or from a source that did not package it properly.

The above questions are from the following wiki...
Play PSP Games on PC using PPSSPP Emulator
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I can't find the PSP file in iTunes?

When I look in iTunes, I can't find the PSP file

You need to convert the file to be supported. iTunes and PSP files are not compatible. This is why you are not finding it.

I'm not sure if this relates at all but the file I downloaded was moved from my downloads folder?

I downloaded the first Mario bros from emuparadise but it was moved which worries me because last time that happened I got a virus.

Delete the file since you are concerned about the possible virus. Files usually do not disappear if you have unpacked them and played them.

I cannot see the ISO (WinRAR) file of the game folder?

Here it is written that to get ISO we need to extract the file with ISO (WinRAR.), but I cannot see that file, please help. I have tried: I have extracted the downloaded file many times!

It is saved as a .rar. Search for file extensions that way and then you will be able to find it. If not then you did not unzip or download the file correctly. Also, if you are using a pirated copy, many of the ones available online are just blank duds or viruses.

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