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Where can I find a file that works in the PPSSPP emulator?

I can only find .rar files for Kingdom Hearts - Birth by Sleep, but they don't work in the emulator. Am I doing something wrong or have I just missed a .zip or .ISO file?

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A .rar file is essentially a compressed folder that contains the files you're looking for. In the case of your Kingdom Hearts - Birth by Sleep game, the .rar file that you downloaded will contain the .ISO that you can use with the PPSSPP emulator. However, your computer is unable to open .rar files without additional software, which is why you overlooked the .ISO file that you downloaded. To open the .rar file for your game, click here to download WinRAR. Once it's downloaded and installed, open the .rar file and drag the .ISO file onto your desktop. From there, you can follow the instructions in the great VisiHow article below to use the PPSSPP emulator to play Kingdom Hearts - Birth by Sleep. If the .ISO included in the file you downloaded does not work, try downloading the game from another website. Here's a list of some great, reputable ROM websites from which you can download your game:

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I cannot find my ISO file I downloaded from a torrent site?

The last one is at the CD box but the previous one's aren't there?. I have tried: Searching through my stuff like program files x86. I think it was caused by: I don't think its a problem... I just can't find my stuff

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I have downloaded a bunch of games for the PPSSPP emulator and I need to convert them to ISO files but don't know how?

How do I convert my 7z and zip files to ISO files I'm trying to use a PPSSPP emulator

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