.With this download, you can also create an Endless USB Stick for more advanced installation options. Endless OS is also available as an ISO image; to download it, click the “Try or Install on your Computer” tab.
On seeing that a 12 year old kid was still alive in me, one of my closest friends decided to gift me a Sony PSP this birthday. As soon as I opened the box and played games for few minutes, I was more curious about things I can do on it than just playing games all day (that was the tech blogger in me speaking). But when I searched the internet everything demanded a custom firmware running on the PSP and that was enough of a reason for me to install a custom firmware on my Sony PSP® E-1004 Street.
There are two ways you in which you can run a custom firmware on PSP. One is the temporary hack and other is the permanent one. In temporary hack, PSP runs the custom firmware as long as its switched on/standby but after restarting it, things go back to default. The permanent one on the other hand means that the fix will remain even after restarting the PSP.
In this post we will be seeing how we can use temporary hack to use custom firmware on PSP E-1004 Street. Advantages of using temporary hack is that the device warranty is not violated and even if something goes wrong, there is no fear of bricking the device. Moreover, reapplying the fix after restarting PSP takes only a few seconds. So let’s start
Step 1: Turn on your PSP and navigate to Settings—>System Settings to open PSP System Information. Here go to Check your System Software information and proceed only if the version is 6.60.
Step 2:Download the Light Custom Firmware (LCFW) and extract the files on your computer. Also, mount the PSP Memory Stick to your computer.
Step 3: Having done that, transfer the two folders FastRecovery and PROUPDATE to PSP/GAME folder on your memory stick.
Step 4: If you are using USB connection, un-mount the memory stick or if you are using the memory card reader, transfer the memory stick to PSP and restart the device.
Step 5: Now navigate to Game—> Memory Stick and run the pro Update file.
Step 6: Your PSP will restart and launch CFW installation. Simply press X button and follow the on-screen instructions your PSP to install the LCFW.
That’s all, after you restart your computer your PSP will be hacked and running the custom PRO B9 firmware which you can check in PSP system settings. As the fix is temporary, it will be erased as soon as you turn off your PSP.
To install the custom recovery after restarting your PSP, you just need to run the pro Fast Recovery file from Games—>Memory Stick section.
You can now install custom plugins on PSP and use it as you like. We will be seeing many posts on customizing PSP in the coming days and the first one will be about installing custom themes on PSP.
Moreover, after installing the custom firmware you will be able to run modified ISO games on your PSP. You can use it to test a game but we recommend buying an authentic original PSP game if you are planning to play it.
Undoubtedly, the right set of RGB LED lights can bring life to your
The new FreeDOS release candidate is now available! We've been working hard on the next FreeDOS distribution, and we'd like your help testing this new release candidate. The main goals for 1.3 Release Candidate 4 ('RC4') are to provide overall improvements compared to 1.2. Some of these include a LiveCD, a Floppy Edition, new packages, updated packages, and many improvements to the installer to provide hardware compatibility and multi-language support.
How to install FreeDOS Verify your downloaded files What's included Read the Readme file
FreeDOS 1.3 RC4 LiveCD
The FreeDOS 1.3 RC4 installer. Most users should use this image to install FreeDOS. Depending on your computer system and hardware configuration, you can also use the LiveCD to boot and run FreeDOS directly from the CD-ROM without installation to your hard drive.
FreeDOS 1.3 RC4 LegacyCD
A bootable CD image designed for older hardware. If you cannot boot the LiveCD to install FreeDOS, try this disc image. This disc image uses the older El Torito boot CD format. Some newer computers and virtual machines cannot use this older format. Unless you have a computer that requires this type of bootable CD, we recommend using the LiveCD instead.
FreeDOS 1.3 RC4 Floppy
Basic FreeDOS installation boot floppy image. If your computer has a CD-ROM drive, but you cannot boot from the install CD. Use this diskette image to boot the system. Then insert the install CD. The FreeDOS installer should do the rest.
FreeDOS 1.3 RC4 BonusCD
A non-bootable CD image that contains some FreeDOS packages that are not installed as part of either the LiveCD or the Legacy CD.
FreeDOS 1.3 RC4 LiteUSB
A minimal FreeDOS installer, as a USB fob drive image. This does not contain all of the packages from either the LiveCD or the LegacyCD, and instead only contains a basic set of FreeDOS packages. (Also available as a VMDK file.)
FreeDOS 1.3 RC4 FullUSB
Plain DOS system and Full install USB stick image. (Also available as a VMDK file.)
How do I write the IMG files? Read this How-to article » [howtogeek.com]