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Can not import images to psp

Have new computor with windows vista. was able to import music, but can not figure out how to get pictures added. already have folders made to hold them not sure what program will allow me to put them in folder on psp. all pics. are already in jpeg form. do they need to be put in 1 at a time or just add the folder of pics. I want on psp. when usb cabe is on a window opens asking how I want to view, import, or see. Have tryed all ways but still not showing up in file on psp.

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Just plug ur psp up 2 ur pc and put the pictures in the folder named picture

simple and easy

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My psp wont get pictures


do u mean u having trouble viewing pics on ur psp?
if yes follow these steps:
this is how to put picture on a psp with windows xp or vistamag-glass_10x10.gif:

1) you connect the psp to your pc with a usb wire
2) on the psp menu go all the way left and at the top you will see usb connection, click on that.
3)you should see a new drive bow pop up at the bottum right of the screen, only if this is your frist time putting it in the computer.
4) go to my computer
5)you will see a removable drive. if not please tell me.
6) open the removable drive, then you will see a folder called "PSP" open it.
7)now you will see a folder called "PICTURE" put your images in there. if you do not see a folder make one. but make sure it is caped.

if you still can't do it. tell me what type of image it is. (.jpg. gif etc. . .)

Aug 17, 2010 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Slim...

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How do i download pictures onto psp?


You need a USB cable for PSP, or a card reader.

If you have USB cable for PSP:

To get everything working, plug the Sony PSP into the Windows PC via USB cable, plug the PSP into the wall, then turn both units on. On the PSP, click the "USB Connection" button (on the Settings menu) and, hopefully, your PC will beep and tell you that it's found a new "removable disk": your PSP.
Using Windows Explorer, find the new PSP device and if there isn't already a folder called PHOTO on it, create one as you ordinarily would create a folder in Windows. Now just drop in any JPEG images you'd like to have viewable on your PSP while on the go.

For Card reader:

Take the memory card (pro duo) from your PSP and plug it to your card reader. Your computer should be able t recognize that as a new removable media. Using Windows Explorer, find the new PSP device and if there isn't already a folder called PHOTO on it, create one as you ordinarily would create a folder in Windows. Now just drop in any JPEG images you'd like to have viewable on your PSP while on the go.

May 12, 2010 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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I want to know how to get music,videos and pictures in my PSP


It's not too hard to transfer files from your Windows PC to your Sony PSP, but here's the trick: the "PSP Value Pack" doesn't have everything that you need. Not so good. In fact, you'll want to add a larger Memory Stick Duo, for example, because 32MB just isn't much space at all, when you come down to it.
The other missing piece in the Value Pack is the USB cable that lets you connect your Sony PSP to your Windows PC and, of course, vice versa. Fortunately, these are pretty easy to find - anywhere that carries Sony digital cameras should have the right USB cable, or you can try somewhere like Froogle to find a cable. I did a quick search and found cables for as low as $5 from one store.
To get everything working, plug the Sony PSP into the Windows PC via USB cable, plug the PSP into the wall, then turn both units on. On the PSP, click the "USB Connection" button (on the Settings menu) and, hopefully, your PC will beep and tell you that it's found a new "removable disk": your PSP.
Using Windows Explorer, find the new PSP device and if there isn't already a folder called PHOTO on it, create one as you ordinarily would create a folder in Windows. Now just drop in any JPEG images you'd like to have viewable on your PSP while on the go.
Music-wise, you'll want to create a folder called MUSIC and drop in MP3 format music files (which means that you can't play music you get from the Apple iTunes Store, for example, because that's in a different format).

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Usb problems


You have to check what version of windows you got.
if you have windows vista it wont work, but if you have windows XP it will work

Feb 09, 2008 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Sync music to psp


  • Hook USB cable between the PSP and PC
  • On the PSP under Settings, select USB connection
  • Your Vista PC should recognize that the PSP is connected. The PSP should be displaying "USB Mode".
  • On the PC add music to the removable drive that represents your PSP memory stick. Put the music in the Music Folder.

Jan 23, 2008 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Same and play music on my psp


It's not too hard to transfer files from your Windows PC to your Sony PSP, but here's the trick: the "PSP Value Pack" doesn't have everything that you need. Not so good. In fact, you'll want to add a larger Memory Stick Duo, for example, because 32MB just isn't much space at all, when you come down to it.
The other missing piece in the Value Pack is the USB cable that lets you connect your Sony PSP to your Windows PC and, of course, vice versa. Fortunately, these are pretty easy to find - anywhere that carries Sony digital cameras should have the right USB cable, or you can try somewhere like Froogle to find a cable. I did a quick search and found this $7.95 cable from one store.
To get everything working, plug the Sony PSP into the Windows PC via USB cable, plug the PSP into the wall, then turn both units on. On the PSP, click the "USB Connection" button (on the Settings menu) and, hopefully, your PC will beep and tell you that it's found a new "removable disk": your PSP.
Using Windows Explorer, find the new PSP device and if there isn't already a folder called PHOTO on it, create one as you ordinarily would create a folder in Windows. Now just drop in any JPEG images you'd like to have viewable on your PSP while on the go.
Music-wise, you'll want to create a folder called MUSIC and drop in MP3 format music files (which means that you can't play music you get from the Apple iTunes Store, for example, because that's in a different format).
I hope that'll get you going with this process. It doesn't seem too hard!

Jan 09, 2008 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Trouble


More seriously, here are the steps you'll need to go through to get your music to download successful from your Windows PC to your new Sony PSP unit:

  1. Connect the PSP to your PC with a USB cable. (about $10: buy a USB cable for your PSP)
  2. Press the "home" button on the PSP (it's a tiny button to the lower left of the screen) then use the left-right directional buttons to find "Settings", then the up-down buttons to find "USB Connection" on the PSP.
  3. Press the "X" button (you got it, the round button with the "X" on it) and your PSP should display "USB Connection".
  4. In a moment or two your computer should tell you that a new USB device has been connected, then show you a new generic hard drive, usually E: or F:
  5. Click on the drive letter that corresponds to the PSP unit.
  6. Now create a new folder on that drive and name it "psp".
  7. Within the new "psp" folder create another folder, and name it "music".
  8. Copy your desired mp3 files into the new "music" folder.
  9. When you're done copying your desired music tracks, press the "O" button on the PSP to get out of USB connect mode.
Now you're ready to go! Use the left-right arrows to move to the music area, then the up-down arrows to find "Memory Stick". Chose that folder by pressing the "X" button again, and you should be able to find all your favorite music! Note that the PSP running older firmware (firmware is the "operating system" of the PSP) does not support any Windows Media formats i.e WMA & WMV, so any music you have in that format must be converted to MP3 before copying to your PSP. Fortunately, Sony's very own Image Converter 2.1 can convert all your music with a very simple GUi and will then also manage all the measuring and transfering for you too.

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Downloads


find the music on your hard drive then copy it to the music folder on your psp.

Nov 18, 2007 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Camera


You can transfer it from your sstem by connecting using a USB cable..
Here's how to do it just in case you wanted to do it..

It's not too hard to transfer files from your Windows PC to your Sony PSP, but here's the trick: the "PSP Value Pack" doesn't have everything that you need. Not so good. In fact, you'll want to add a larger Memory Stick Duo, for example, because 32MB just isn't much space at all, when you come down to it.
The other missing piece in the Value Pack is the USB cable that lets you connect your Sony PSP to your Windows PC and, of course, vice versa. Fortunately, these are pretty easy to find - anywhere that carries Sony digital cameras should have the right USB cable, or you can try somewhere like Froogle to find a cable. I did a quick search and found this $7.95 cable from one store.
To get everything working, plug the Sony PSP into the Windows PC via USB cable, plug the PSP into the wall, then turn both units on. On the PSP, click the "USB Connection" button (on the Settings menu) and, hopefully, your PC will beep and tell you that it's found a new "removable disk": your PSP.
Using Windows Explorer, find the new PSP device and if there isn't already a folder called PHOTO on it, create one as you ordinarily would create a folder in Windows. Now just drop in any JPEG images you'd like to have viewable on your PSP while on the go.
Music-wise, you'll want to create a folder called MUSIC and drop in MP3 format music files (which means that you can't play music you get from the Apple iTunes Store, for example, because that's in a different format).
I hope that'll get you going with this process. It doesn't seem too hard!

Nov 04, 2007 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Images


This is no problem. Its work also in this condition bcz you import your image and in importing your all images in camera transfer to your pc, if you want to safe your images in your camera please use a card reader to copy your images in your pc. After that your all images also safe your camera.

I hope its very helpful for you

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