[GUIDE] Installing Despertar del Cementrio v5 - Update to 3.90M33 via Pandora
[GUIDE] Installing Despertar del Cementrio v5
This guide will guide you through the process of installing Despertar del Cementrio v5
Guide written by JumpR and Moose Island of QJ
This guide will work with both a PSP Slim and Classic!
IntroductionIn this guide we will explain the installation of Desperater del Cementerio v5. This will allow you to install 3.90 M33-3 directly on any PSP, providing that you have a homebrew-enabled PSP to make it on in the first place.
Next to the normal installation, it will also allow you to unbrick any PSP, and best of all everything is compatible with both the PSP Classic as the PSP Slim.
If you've already got TimeMachine installed, it will integrate seemlessly, if you don't and want it, we suggest installing it before installing DDCv5, if you want to add TimeMachine to DDCv5 later, look at the TimeMachine guide.
Converting battery Extract the 'pan3xx3ra.rar' you downloaded to your dekstop. Enter the 'pan3xxr3a' folder, and copy 'pan3xx' to X:/PSP/GAME on your memory stick.. Launch it via GAME > Memory stick. Press circle to convert your battery to Pandora. When done, press triangle to exit.
Install DDCv5 Extract the downloaded 'dc5.rar' to your dekstop. Copy the 'dc5' folder to 'X:/PSP/GAME/'. Rename the downloaded EBOOT.PBP's to:
1.50 EBOOT -> 150.PBP 3.40 EBOOT -> 340.PBP 3.90 EBOOT -> 390.PBP Copy the renamed EBOOT's to the root of your memory stick. If you don't have TimeMachine installed, follow these 2 steps:
Create a folder called 'TM' on the root of your memory stick. Create a file called 'config.txt' in the TM folder, leave it blank. Launch the installer from GAME > Memory stick.
If you start the program and get an error that states there aren't enough sectors available, see here. Press cross to start the installation. You will be asked to hold what button you want to use for loading DDCv5 on boot later, do so. Wait for it to finish, and you're done.
Using Your Battery Turn off your PSP fully. Remove your memory stick. Insert your memory stick. Start your PSP whilst holding the button you chose during installation. Select one of the options!
Credits JumpR - Writing this guide
Moose Island - Writing this guide
Dark_AleX - Creating DDCv5
Hellcat - Creating Pandora Installer