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Not having my PSP in front of me and not knowing what model you have, or what kind of computer or OS you are trying to do this with, I believe there may be an option to format the memory card from the PSP itself. I believe there has to be an option somewhere on the PSP to do this. My reasoning is that if you put in a brand new memory card, it needs to be prepared for use in the PSP. In other words, the PSP installs files on the memory card so it *knows* how to communicate with it. Basically, it installs a file system on it, much like your computer does when setting up the OS. --OR-- Pull out the memory card and plug it into a card reader that is hooked to a computer. Then, as it shows up on the *My Computer* screen, right click on the memory card and select format. Be sure you have the right card selected for formatting, or you could hose your computer.
If the freeze happens every time a certain hardware device
is plugged in or switched on, the device itself might be to blame. Check
the manufacturer's website for updated drivers for the device, and
download and install them to erase any bugs that might exist in your
version. Similarly, if the freeze only happens when using one particular
application, that program might also be the root cause. Check the
developer's website for updates. If the problem persists, uninstall and
reinstall the program. This process replaces any software files or
settings that may have been damaged or deleted.
Overwhelming a PC's processor or memory by requests can also lead to the
computer freezing up. If the issue occurs when large files or complex
applications are being handled, shut down any running application or
background utilities you don't need for the project you're working on.
This frees up CPU time and RAM space. Within individual programs, avoid
opening up multiple files or websites at the same time. If the problem
persists and if opening multiple large files simultaneously can't be
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sounds like a faulty USB driver - i recommend uninstalling all USB drivers and using drivermax.com to get the correct ones. Your computer may have automatically updated your drivers incorrectly without you knowing.
If I get you right, after you plug the xternal drive to transfer some file, the system didn't come up. Right?
Well, let me assume yes. If that is the case, I will advise you to boot the system from an external disk and use it to scan the local hard disk for virus. After that, remove the x-hard disk and try to boot the system. If it doesn't work, then transfer all the files to the xternal hard disk and format the local hard disk for new use. Best of luck.
This is generally a hardware issue. However, it could very well be that a virus has corrupted the system, and is causeing the hardware issue. Start by checking the memory. A bad memory chip is the most common cause for a problem of this nature.