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.
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Connect the camera to the computer with the supplied USB cable. the computer will see the camera as an external storage device. You can then copy the photo from the camera to the computer's hard disk and or your flash memory stick. If you camera has the photos stored on a SD memory card you can remove the SD card and insert it into an USB memory card reader. Then connect the card reader into the USB port of your computer to download the photos from the SD card to the computer's hard disk and or your flash memory stick.
Plug the cable into the phone and the other end into the computer
A prompt will display on the phone asking what mode to run, select hard drive
Go under Computer and you see a new "hard drive" device that you can explore, this will be your phone.
Alternately if your phone as a memory card, many laptops will have card readers you can insert your phone memory into and this will also appear on "Computer" as a memory stick you can explore.
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I'm assuming you are referring to an external memory device. This device has in it a board that makes the communication between the USB socked and the actual memory device: a memory chip or a hard disk. If the unit is recognized as connected it means that this board is functional. If nothing is found in it it means that the memory device has failed.
If it's a chip then the USB stick is dead, junk it. If it's a hard disk then the hard disk has died: you can replace just it instead of junking the entire enclosure.
1. You should have a USB data cable where you can connect your phone to your PC. 2. Once you already connected your phone to your PC, there will be a notification "New Hardware Found". 3. Open "My Computer". 4. Then look for devices with removable storage. If you only have C and D partition then the removable storage would be E or F or G. 5. Open that drive, then look for the folder named "images". That folder contains all the pictures saved on your phones memory.
if is paint shop pro? Paint shop pro 7? According to the publisher it is vista compatible.
You can try setting the exe to run in XP compatibility mode.
Locate the exe file in explorer, right click on the file name, click
properties, select the compatibility tab and check the box “Run this
program in XP SP2 compatibility mode. write me a line. Sergio