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    Default Need Help Emulating PSX games on PSP using a Mac

    The biggest issue I'm facing right now trying to get games on my PSP is from the download. I am using Mac to do this all. So from when I download a game from the PSX menu, it's downloaded as a .7z file, which I convert to a folder which contains a .bin and a .cue file using The Unarchiver. After this, I convert the .bin folder to the folder which contains all the game information. However, after converting it to the game folder, I drag it into the PSP game folder, and the system says it's corrupted. I'm not sure what to do from here, I know to make the game playable, the file has to be .PBP, but I don't know what I have to change in order to make the game run correctly so the file isn't corrupt.

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    Last edited by DawnSavior; 29th-April-2018 at 10:21.

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    You use PSX2PSP program to convert games, on a windows PC anyway.

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