Region license problems

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Region license problems

Post by noogiepatrol » January 8th, 2019, 3:19 am

Hi,
I own an NTSC U unit.
My PSiO freezes every time I’ll try an Japanese game. Some American games even says it’s a Japanese region game which also freezes the unit.
It doesn’t recognize any other regions then NTSC U.
When it freezes, I have to redo the menu installation where you choose music etc.

Even though I have the "region license" set to auto the unit freeze.

Also, for some reason I can't add cover even though I follow the manual. The show up on certain games but not others, really weird.

Is this a bug in the current firmware?

Thanks

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Re: Region license problems

Post by NRGDEAD » January 8th, 2019, 10:48 am

Are your images Redump compatible? If not, how did you create them? Can you try a Redump compatible version, merged via System Console from multi bin to single bin?

What size is your SD card? If it's larger, did you try (re)formatting it on a Windows 10 machine using 1024k cluster size? This helped me seemingly solve the PSIO reset issue; I initially had it formatted via fdisk on Linux.

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Re: Region license problems

Post by Jaggy » January 8th, 2019, 3:39 pm

For the cover issue, have you made sure they are all standard .bmp files, 80 x 84 pixels?

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Re: Region license problems

Post by Matt » January 8th, 2019, 4:56 pm

Sounds like a corrupted disc image or one that's been poorly ripped.

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