Question about Sony ACY-BR81/OB
I insert the USB cable into my PSP and enter USB mode through settings. The PC makes a sound as if new hardware is found, I open the newly appeared Removable Disk in My Computer, but there are only the files: dic, data, vhs, font in there and no ISO, GAME or anything. Moreover, the total size of the MS is listed as 40 MB !!! I tried reformatting in PSP and in Windows, resetting to default PSP settings, and uninstalling the driver in Device Manager. The same memory stick has been working flawlessly for a long time.
Follow this link to solve it, http://www.fixya.com/support/r4391734-usb_flashdisk_pen_drive_write_protect , and dont forget to report to me ... good luck
Posted on Mar 22, 2010
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