Converting game files to be played on different systems is not common, as each system usually only plays its native games. The PlayStation brand of consoles, which consist of the PlayStation, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Portable, all coexist together and can play each others games to a certain extent. PlayStation Portable games are in Eboot format, while PlayStation home consoles are in the ISO format. Converting the Psp Eboot to the Psx format can be done using a simple computer utility.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
Things you need
- Psx2Psp/Eboot 2 ISO Converter
- PSP Eboot file
Download and install the Psx2Psp Microsoft Windows utility. Open the software by double-clicking the program's icon on the desktop.
Click the "Classic Mode" option from the window that opens. Classic mode will now be the default viewing mode. To change, click the "Options" button and click one of the other viewing modes available.
Click the "ISO/PBP" tridot button to open a Microsoft Windows Explorer window. Select the Psp Eboot.PBP" file that you want to convert back to the Psx format and click "OK."
Click the option on the bottom of the Psx2Psp window named "Extract ISO" and the Eboot will be converted back to the ISO format, which is then playable on the PlayStation or ePSXe PlayStation emulator. The ISO will be created in the same folder as the Eboot.
Download "Eboot 2 ISO Converter" and install it onto your computer. Open the program on your computer and you will see a small window with four buttons on it.
Single-click the "Load" button and another window will appear. Select the Psp Eboot file that will be converted with the program and single click "OK."
Single-click the "Select" button and select a place to save the Psx ISO file and single-click the "OK" button.
Single-click the "Convert" button on the program's window and the Psp Eboot file will be converted to a Psx ISO file.
Eboot 2 ISO Converter
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