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Look when i go to window media player this is the real prob i dont no if the psp supose to be psp or removable disk or nothing

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  • cwilgar May 11, 2010

    What is the exact problem? Does anything(removable disc, PSP, whatever) show up?

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Try looking at My Computer when you connect the PSP, when it is connected it should show there with its name, if that is all your problem is then I hope that helps.

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