Actually the folders were made hidden by some virus when my son downloaded some free games from the psp store. I couldnt see the hidden folders unless I unchecked all the options under the option of viewing hidden, inside the tools --folder options menu. After that I made a new folder with a name ISO1 and cut and paste all of the iso game files into it. Then I deleted the older hidden ISO folder. AFTER THAT I RENAMED THE NEWLY MADE FOLDER ISO1 TO ISO. Similarly other folders can be remade and renamed after transferring the data. Now my son can add and delete games himself. Thanks
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Re: I cannot see psp files on my computer.
If they are on the memory stick, but you cant see them once plugged into the computer, then they might be hidden. One in the folder that the files should exist go to tools>folder options> second tab, and check off "show hidden files".
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1)Connect PSP to computer with USB supplied with PSP.
2)Now, press "home" button on PSP
3)Scroll down menu to option "setting" using right and left directional buttons
4)When you reach the option "USB Connection", press X button to indicate your selection
5)The "my computer" window will now show a removable drive
6)Double click on removable drive to open it. You will see a folder named "PSP" inside it.
7)Open the folder "PSP" and see whether there is a folder named "Music" inside it.
8)If you cannot see the folder named "Music", then create it inside the folder named "PSP." Make sure to name it "Music".
9)Now simply and paste the music files from hard disk to the "Music" folder, just the way you would transfer files from a CD to your hard disk.
10)Once you are done, press the "o" button on your PSP. PSP will exit from the USB connection. Now unplug PSP from the USB data cable. Now you can carry around your music collection and listen to your favourite tunes, whenever you want. Enjoy!
Putting music or videos on the PSP is a fairly simple and straightforward process.
What you'll need:
a mini USB to USB cable (to connect the PSP to the computer)
a memory stick (to store your music and videos)
Put the memory stick in the PSP.
Connect the PSP with the mini USB to USB cable to the computer
On the PSP, go to the settings menu and select "USB Connection."
Your computer should recognize that a device has been connected to it, open up the device (your PSP) inside a file viewer, such as windows explorer. There should be a few folders here one named Video and one named Music.
Add the music and video files to these folders, and press O(circle) on the PSP to end the USB Connection.
If all has gone right, and the files are the correct formats, you should be able to enjoy your music and videos on your PSP.
Step 1. Connect your PSP to your computer using a USB leab.
Step 2. Goto settings on your PSP and select USB connection
Step 3. Look in "My computer" on your PC or laptop and your PSP will be listed as another drive.
Step 4. Double click the PSP drive (usually E:) and then right click on the window that opens and select "New Folder". Call this new folder "Music"
Step 5. Drag all your MP3 files into this new music folder you created.
Step 6. Press "O" on your PSP to exit USB connection.
Step 7. Select the music menu then scroll down to Memory stick. All your music should be in that folder.
You can downgrade your psp without a pandora battery but you will need a Lumines game hack,Follow these steps to do so.
Download the 5.50.pbp file. Rename the 5.50.pbp file to "UPDATE.PBP." Connect your PSP to your computer with the USB cable and select "USB Connection" to place the PSP into USB mode. A window will appear on your computer and you will be able to see the PSP memory stick files.
Download the downgrade pack. Open the "MS_ROOT" folder from the downgrade pack. Right-click the "PSP" folder and click "Copy." Go back to the PSP memory stick and right-click it. Click "Paste" and "Yes" to overwrite the data.
Right-click the UPDATE.PBP file that you downloaded in step one and click "Copy." Open the "PSP" folder on the PSP memory stick and you will see the "GAME" folder. Open this folder to reveal the "UPDATE" folder. Right-click the "UPDATE" folder and click "Paste" to transfer the update file to your PSP memory stick. The downgrade pack and 5.50 update file are on the PSP memory stick. Press the "O" button to safely disconnect the PSP from your computer.
Insert the Lumines PSP game into the PSP drive. Select the game from the PSP menu to start. Press the "Start" button when you get to the Lumines start screen. Your screen will blink red and will turn completely blue. You will be brought back to the PSP screen. It is important to not press any buttons before you get to the Lumines start screen.
Go to the game section of the PSP menu and you will now be able to see the "x.yz update" application. Select it with the "X" button to start it. Press the "X button from the main menu to start the downgrading process. Press "X" again to reboot the PSP when the downgrade has completed. You have now downgraded your PSP to 5.50 firmware.
Ok its a little bit of a long method but it can be done.
Step 1. Connect your PSP to your computer using a USB cable.
Step 2. Goto Settings and find the setting thats says "USB Connection"
Step 3. Your PSP will now connect to your computer. Now on your computer goto Start -> Computer. Your PSP will probably be listed as E:
Step 4. Double click on your PSP drive (probably E:)
Step 5. If you are using Vista click Organize from the menu bar of the drive windows that opens and then click New Folder. If you are using XP just right click in the drive window and select new folder.
Step 6. A little box with the folder name "New Folder" will appear highlighted in blue. Call the folder "Music"
Step 7. Next all you need to do is drag and drop your music files (which mjust be MP3) into this music folder from your computer.
Step 8. When you are done press "O" on the PSP and it will end the USB connection.
Step 9. Goto the Music option on your PSP and scroll down to memory stick and then into your music folder. All your music should now be there.
Here are the steps.
1.connect you psp to the computer.
2.turn on your psp and go to usb mode.
3.open my computer then find the psp file.
4.open it and go yo ISO there are 2 ISO files but choose the first one.
5.download the picture you want.
6.copy the picture.
7.paste the picture in the ISO files.
THEN VIOLA there you have it.
You need a memory card for your psp, as well as a usb cable....plug the usb into your pc and go to system settings in the psp and turn on usb mode (your computer should recognise the psp as an external drive in the MY COMPUTER window) open the drive. Open the file called PSP and look for a file called MUSIC, open it then copy your music files to this folder......If you do not see a psp file on the memory stick duo just save a game to it from the psp.....this will create the folders you need, then repeat my instructional...Good Luck
try NOT going through media player as it tries to convert any audio. keep your files as mp3. preferably stored in "My music" file on your computer. then when you connect your psp via USB go to "open folder to view files" then open psp/music file. leave it open and open a "My computer" window my documents/my music, then just click and drag to psp/music file.
you just go to system settings in ur psp then click on format memory stick and follow the steps.after u r done connect the psp and you will see the folders.format it from hte psp not the computer.thanks
Try using a different method to transfer files. This is how I do it:
Connect the PSP to the computer then access it's folders by going into "My Computer". Once that window has been brought up, open the folder with all your music or whatever you want. Now, with both windows next to each other, drag and drop the files you want on your PSP.
If the same problem keeps occurring, it may be your computer that's the problem if your PSP is still trying to connect once it's been disconnected. Have you tried removing your PSP safely? There should be a little icon on the right bottom of your computer screen that says "Safely Remove Hardware". Use that to remove your PSP from now on if you haven't already.