How to Fix Invalid Memory Access in PPSSPP Emulator

This guide will tell you how to fix Invalid Memory Access in PPSSPP Emulator.

1- First of all, make sure that you are using the latest version of the PPSSPP emulator. As on older versions, these types of errors come more.

2- After that, go to the PPSSPP folder where it is installed. After entering the PPSSPP win folder, go into the memstick and delete the PSP folder.

3- Now, click on the link:… to download the new PSP folder.

4- Once the download completes, unzip it and paste it into the memstick folder from where you have deleted the previous PSPS folder.

5- After that, paste this same folder into the PSP folder documents by deleting the old folder.

6- Now, open your PPSSPP emulator, go to settings, and change your backend to Direct 3D 11.

7- Go back to your memstick folder and delete the PSP folder from here. Also, you have to delete the PSP folder from the documents.

8- Reopen the emulator, click on settings and then change the backend to Vulkan. If Vulkan does not fix your issue, you must set the backend to Direct 3D 9.

9- If you are still facing the problem, you need to go back to settings and navigate the system. Make sure that the Ignore bad memory access is turned ON.

10- After that, scroll down and checkmark the fast memory. Then you have to set the change emulated PSP’s CPU clock to 129.

11- Launch the game and see if this fixes your issue. If you are still getting the problem, then you need to set this back to 0.