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My computer cant detect my psp.

It tells that my psp is an unkown device. My usb port dont have a driver to open it... I cant store any files from psp to my PC.. What should i do? Help me up.

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If the OS is Windows XP ...... it 99% because of the faulty USB Cable ... so change the cable.
If you are using windows 98SE try this: http://www.technical-assistance.co.uk/drivers/nusb33e.exe

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