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you need to
purchase a lazer disc cleaner it looks and works just like a normal dvd disc
but it has brushes on it that when put through the player brushes the dust of
the laser lens this needs to be done on a regular bases to keep your lazer
working to its optimum level and hense fixing your problem.
if its games or vieos u put on there like drag and drop or downloads its because u have to hook up ur psp to your computer,then go in to the icon on your computer thats your psp and create a new folder that says VIDEO and one that says GAMES and so on for music the folder would be called MUSIC and it has to be in caps or it won't work i tried....but if the games and videos you buy then i don't know take it in to game stop or something.
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ok well if its not working make sure you put it in a folder called music in the root of the card!! format will also do this and you can simply drop music into the musci folder when u cannect to ur computer
The new Nintendo DSi console can now play music, however it can only play AAC file type music, so if you have MP3 type, converting it is as easy as pie in iTunes.
Also, once you have converted the songs, you need an SD card to store the songs in, and once done, you can put it in the DSi SD card slot and then play your music.
Hope this helps.
To connect to the internet on your PSP, you need a Wireless Router or Wireless Access Point. Once you have a wireless one, you should know the name of your router. That's what an SSID (Service Set Identifier) is. Once you know this information you should be able to find your router on your PSP. Once you do you should have a password on your router so no one you don't know can use your internet. When adding a connection on your PSP you will also need to enter the password for your router. You can use WEP, WPA-PSK (TKIP) or WPA-PSK (AES). WPA-PSK (TKIP) or WPA-PSK (AES) have very high security and WEP has a lower security. Once you have added your connection, just type an address and surf! Not all websites will load because some require too much memory.
Assuming you have Official SONY PSP Firmware, Update to the latest version by going to Settings>Network Update. Locate your router and use it as the network connection. Download the needed files and update by going to Game>Memory Stick>PSP Update.
Once you finish Update, go to Network>Internet Radio>About Internet radio. It will take you to a website to download the files needed and will install to your Memory Stick.
To put music on your Memory Stick, the Music must be MP3, AAC, M4A or WMA format. Open your memory stick on your computer by pluggin in a USB cable to your PSP and going to Network>USB Connection or you can put the memory stick in a card reader. Once in the root of your memory stick, there should be a folder called "Music". Put your music in there or in one more folder inside that. Two folders inside of each other will not be playable.
Place videos in the "Video" folder on the root of your memory stick. Videos need to be MP4 format. 368X208 Highest MPEG4 Codec, or 480X272 x264 or AVC codec.
Need a converter? http://www.formatoz.com/
Its a free and very good converter. Try it Reply if you need anything else.
Well plug it into the computer right click on the sansa clip and format it if it wont start then restart it by holding powre for about 10 seconds or so. then try to turn it on...if the thing still wont work download jet audio.(http://www.download.com/JetAudio-Basic/3000-2167_4-10783427.html?tag=lst-1) and once thats done. you should take all your music on the mp3 and put it onto the desktop in a folder named MUSIC then highlight all the music right click should say somthing about jet audio and edit tag with jet audio then delete Tags....i know this will be the crppiest thing to do cause you have to fill in all the info. this also fixes the frozen refreshing database thing. hope it works