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PSP DOWNLOADING PICTURES

Hi there.
Read your problem solving regarding downloading of pictures.
When I double click on my "removalve disk 'E'" to access the PSP the following appears :
1 x icon (like you said) PSP
double click on that, and then
2 x icons : "Save Data" and "systems".
I don't have the Photos/Music, etc icons. why not?
how/where do I download my pictures to see them on my PSP ?

please help!
thanks RONEL

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Just format your memory stick using the psp format option.after that hook it up on the pc and wallah!!! you have six folders available on the menu including music,photo,psp,etc...hope it helps

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