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How to Download and Use PSX2PSP v1.4.2 to Convert PSX Games to PSP

If you have a PSP with custom firmware, you can play PSX games on it using PSX2PSP, a tool that converts PSX ISO/BIN files to PSP EBOOT files. In this article, we will show you how to download PSX2PSP v1.4.2 and use it to convert your favorite PSX games to PSP format.

Step 1: Download PSX2PSP v1.4.2

The first thing you need to do is download PSX2PSP v1.4.2 from one of these sources[^1^] [^2^] [^3^] [^4^] [^5^]. The file is a ZIP archive that contains the PSX2PSP.exe program and a BASE.PBP file that is necessary for the conversion process. Extract the ZIP file to a folder of your choice.

Step 2: Run the Program

Open the PSX2PSP.exe program and you will see the interface, which looks like this:

Click on the [...] icons and browse for the following files:

The .bin (or .iso or .img) file of the PSX game you want to convert. If the game has multiple .bin files, see this guide[^1^].

A folder to save the EBOOT.PBP file.

The game icon, usually the cover art. Squared images work best, trim vertical "PlayStation" text for better look.

A background image for the PSP menu.

The program will automatically fill in the game title and ID fields based on the game file you selected. If not, you can manually choose your game from the list or type in the information yourself.

Click on Options and set the compression level to 1. This is the setting that works best for most games, as no compression can cause errors and too much compression can cause glitches.

When you are done, click Convert and wait for the program to finish.

Step 3: Transfer the Game to Your PSP and Play!

After converting the game, you will find a folder in the output directory named after the game ID without dashes (for example, SLUS1234). This folder contains the EBOOT.PBP file and some other files.

Connect your PSP to your computer via USB and copy this folder to the PSP/GAME folder on your memory stick. Make sure you copy the whole folder, not just the EBOOT.PBP file.

Disconnect your PSP and turn it on. You should see your game on the PSP game menu. If not, make sure you have custom firmware installed and that you copied the folder correctly.

If the game hangs or freezes, try changing the disc-load speed to fast from the menu that pops up when you press select inside the game. You can also change other settings from this menu, such as full screen mode and button mapping.

Enjoy playing your PSX games on your PSP!


Here are some frequently asked questions and answers about PSX2PSP and PSX games on PSP:

What is the difference between POPS and PSX2PSP

POPS is the official Sony emulator that runs PSX games on PSP. PSX2PSP is a tool that converts PSX games to PSP format so that they can be played with POPS. You need both POPS and PSX2PSP to play PSX games on PSP.

What are the advantages of playing PSX games on PSP

Playing PSX games on PSP has several advantages, such as:

You can play your favorite PSX games on the go, without needing a TV or a console.

You can use the PSP's analog stick and shoulder buttons for better control.

You can save your progress anytime with the save state feature.

You can customize the game settings to your preference, such as screen size, sound quality, and button mapping.

You can enhance the graphics with filters and smoothing options.

What are the disadvantages of playing PSX games on PSP

Playing PSX games on PSP also has some disadvantages, such as:

You need a PSP with custom firmware to run PSX games on PSP. This may void your warranty and expose your device to risks.

You need enough space on your memory stick to store the converted games. Some PSX games can take up to 1 GB or more.

Some PSX games may not work properly or at all on PSP. This may be due to compatibility issues, conversion errors, or game protection.

Some PSX games may have graphical glitches or sound problems on PSP. This may be due to emulation limitations, compression artifacts, or game bugs. ec8f644


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