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Bought a usb cord can't connect to anything

My daughter bought a usb cord for her psp so she could add music to it but we can't seem to get anywhere with it. All we seem to get is usb connection mode but it will not connect to the internet and i have no idea how to add music to it via the windows media player installed on my computer. She bought the psp but i can't find any instruction manuals or codes for the internet or anything. Please hepl

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What up pops, after u have your music on the computer, follow the instructions.

1. connect your new usb cable
2. go to psp settings menu and USB CONNECTION
3. go to ur computer
4. click on the start button go to MY COMPUTER
5. find the drive your psp is in (removable disk E: or F: or G:)
6. find a folder in ur psp called MUSIC (if u dont have one, make one)
7. Click on START again
8. go to My Music
9. Find the Songs that u want
10. Right Click the ones u want, go to COPY
11. Remember the folder we made called MUSIC, PASTE the songs in there
12. and VIOLA!!! the music is on the psp memory stick
13. to play them, go to the psp Exit USB MODE
14. go to the music section in the psp go to memory stick hit X Button and VIOLA AGAIN theres ur MUSIC

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