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When you connect your PSP to your computer, it won't recognize the PSP immediately. After you connect the PSP, you will have to navigate to USB Mode on the XMB. Your computer will recognize your PSP as a mass storage device.
If your laptop wont recognize your PSP there might be a connection problem between the two. So you need to check what's causing the problem. There are several ways to check if PSP and your computer are properly connected, one good example is by checking the connectors and the device setting.
If you want to check some configuration on how to connect your PSP to your PC please try to follow these steps:
1. First, connect your PSP to your PC using a usb cable. - please make sure both ends are properly intact.
2. Using the left and right directional button find "Setting", then scroll down or up to find the "USB CONNECTION".
3. USB CONNECTION will display after you pressed the x button.
4. Please wait until computer detects the USB connection. After that it will show the drive for your PSP. usually F: or G:
5. Click on your PSP drive letter.
6. Now you can determine if your PC recognizes the PSP, just access the root folder and try to put some files on it.
These are the following steps on how you can connect your PSP to a laptop:
1. Using the USB cable connect PSP to your laptop. Just make sure that both ends are properly connected.
2. Once connected, On your PSP look for SETTING. After selecting it, choose USB CONNECTION.
3. Afterwards your PC will start to detect and will soon recognize your PSP. Laptop will prompt the drive for your PSP (ex.drive F:).
4. Just double click on the specific drive for your PSP. From then on, you can start transferring files or anything you wanted to do.
Hope it helps.
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yes indeed. you need simply a usb to mini usb hub cable ( about 15 bucks) and hook it in, go to usb mode on the psp it will have a few options. naturally th epsp wont recognize the system immediatelt, so give it time and all will be solved. if this doesn't work, then i recommend changing psp settings on your computer to allow the psp tpo recognize it immediately.
try to use another usb connector cable with your psp. It has some lost connection...maybe the data connector is loose. USB has 4 pin(pc side) the voltage supply for power and the data pin..just try.. if it doesnt work...checked if your in admin account because some hardware cant be installed if your not the admin of the pc.
Connect your PSP to computer using a USB cable that came with your PSP. After you did that, On the PSP, click the "USB Connection" button (on the Settings menu).
You will see that the computer recognized it if you go to "My Computer". From there you can see what is on your memory stick, copy it, delete it and so on..