Confusion about ISOs and eboots..


Hey, I just modded my PSP 3000 with 6.35 PRO-B4. When I put games into the ISO folder of the mem stick, some of them automatically create a folder in PSP:GAME with their own eboot, allowing me to run directly from the memory card on the XMB. Final Fantasy I Anniversary Edition and Pixeljunk Monsters Deluxe both did this, for instance. I can then delete the iso in the ISO folder and continue to boot from the memory stick.

Most games, however, do not do this. When I go to the memory stick on the XMB, they are not there. The only way to run them is with an ISO loader. Is there a reason most games don't do what the above 2 did, and can I fix it?

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