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Please read my question and help me out if you could, thanks. So, I get this error whenever I try and boot up psx4all: No PSX ROMs were found. Please
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    Default PSX4ALL Problem
    Please read my question and help me out if you could, thanks.

    So, I get this error whenever I try and boot up psx4all: No PSX ROMs were found. Please upload ROMs to /var/root/Media/ROMs/PSX. Please help me, I've tried putting the PSX ROM of choice into /var/root/mobile/ROMs/PSX and no dice, and I tried putting it in /var/root/Media/ROMs/PSX. I tried changing psx4all properties to 755 and everything and still no dice. Please help, it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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    1. Put your ROMs in /var/root/Media/ROMs/PSX
    2. Open a terminal and do:
    cd /var/root/Media
    chmod 0755 -R ROMs

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    Sorry, I'm a bit of a noob to modding... what do you mean when you say "open up a terminal..." You mean like cuteftp pro or something? Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SCARFACE12 View Post
    Sorry, I'm a bit of a noob to modding... what do you mean when you say "open up a terminal..." You mean like cuteftp pro or something? Thanks.
    By "open up a terminal," he means to start a command prompt. That's the program Terminal in OS X and cmd.exe in Windows (Start-->Run-->cmd).

    The "mobile" folder is at /var/mobile/, not /var/root/mobile/. But...I think psx4all only works with the /var/root/Media/ROMs/PSX/ folder for now.

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    I typed exactly what you said in the command prompt and under what I typed some text comes up "C:/Documents and Settings/Owner" blah blah blah. I don't see how I can chmod a file in my iPhone by typing something in a command prompt...

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    you need to ssh into your phone using winscp

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    I use CuteFTP Pro to SSH into my iPhone

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