I connected my psp to my pc my virus scan detected a virus on my psp so i decided to format my m.card then after that itried to transfer my games from my pc to the psp but when i try to play them their not showing up under games nothing in there at all but music and pics. also videos are able to be viewed or played fine on my psp only games are not playing what should i do?
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this is due to the effects of virus working on the memory stick. there are certain ways you can tackle the area of lots of errors. you can connect your psp to a computer and then scan your memory stick with the anti-virus that is installed to your computer. you might also consider backing up all your valuable data and then doing a complete format of your memory stick. hope this helped you?please contact me for more information
<p>Connect your Sony PSP to your computer via the USB cable.<br /></li>
<p>Power on the gaming device and in a moment the computer will state it has detected new hardware.<br /></li>
<p>Open "My Computer" ("Computer" in newer Windows versions) and look to see what file abbreviation your PSP is given.<br /></li>
<p>Launch the anitvirus software you have on your computer. You can <span>download</span> several virus-scanning software products for free online from www.cnet.com.<br /></li>
<p>Select the PSP drive to scan for viruses. When the scan has completed, it will display any viruses it has found on the device. Select "Remove" and the viruses will be removed from the Sony PSP.<br /></li><span><br /><br /></span></span>
Hi. First, you have to format your memory card so that the required folders will be automatically created.
On your PSP, go to Settings>>System Settings>>Format Memory Stick. Select YES when asked if you really want to format your memory stick. Wait for a few seconds & once prompted that it's done, you can now grab your USB cable and plug your PSP to a computer.
Go to Settings>>USB Connection. Your computer will detect the memory stick as an external drive. Once connected, navigate to your PSP's memory card directory via Windows Explorer. You should see an "ISO" folder. Open this and copy your downloaded games here (.iso or .cso file).
Safely remove the USB connection once done. Navigate to your "Games" on the PSP and the copied game will appear.
1. you can remove the memory card from your phone connect it to a card reader and format the memory card or scan for virus.
1. If you have a compatible cable to conect to PC then you can connect your phone is memory card mode (mass storage or data transfer mode) and then scan for virus. if the virus are detected from the anitvirus it's good else i would suggest you to format your memory card.
You might have virus protection installed on your PC, and it'll block your memory stick of psp when your MS infected by virus/trojan.. You may access your ms using card-reader or consider to re-format your MS within PSP to refresh partition..