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Play PSP Games on PC using PPSSPP Emulator

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I downloaded the game. but it stops (hangs) I downloaded the right Emulators and stuff?

The Game is call of duty road to victory, and the game is about 16,234 KB is the game a problem or something

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There are always issues that can pop up when emulating a different device. In this case, you probably have a faulty ROM. Try downloading a different copy and see if that helps solve things. You might also try uninstalling and re-installing PPSSPP, just to see if that makes any difference.

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