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1. Open iTunes2. Plugin the iPhone to USB port 3. Make sure iTunes is set to sync with your iPhone (Authorized to sync) 4. Click your device above the playlists menu to the left 5. Open your music 6. Drag the files or click file->Sync iPod If you have trouble with this just tell me
i had a similar problem with my old belkin usb adapter, i simply downloaded the new Belkin Wireless Utility and it fixed the problem. If your usb isnt belkin try downloading the drivers or latest software of whatever manages your wireless usb adapter. =)
you have turn off the psp then take out battery then look at laser then move it to the right and put the game in then go to auto start if on turn off then go to ad hoc mode change channel to 6 reboot it
i recently faced problem in paint shop pro x2...PSP was just freezes or stuck at load...i reinstalled it...It loaded successfully this time but soon became freezes when i shut it off and tried to run again....Now wht i did is this......
PSP Plugins was some whr incompatible or something other problem with Adobe CS4 Plugins..coz i redirected PSP to get load not just its own Plugins but also load Adobe CS4 Plugins as well....and thats whr my Problem started......
So wht i did is...just Cut the Plugins of Adobe CS4 to Desktop(for temporary purpose) and Load PSP again ...and it ran all fine...:)now i went to File/Preference/Locate File and remove the Path towards the Adobe CS4 plugins.....and then same Cut and paste Plugins(which i put on desktop) back to Adobe CS4 Folder......Now no problem at all....chao...
While the iPhone certainly isn’t the first mobile handset to suffer
from freezes, its functional breadth and the fact that many of its
users install unsupported third-party applications make the device,
generally, more freeze-prone.
settings can result in a reduction in or complete elimination of freezes:
Tap Settings on the home screen. Tap General. Tap Auto-Lock. Set to “Never.”
Tap Settings on the home screen. Tap Brightness. Turn Auto-Brightness off.
No file should make the computer stop, unless that computer is too old, and does not have enough memory. This could be a computer memory problem, meaning not enough memory to handle the big files. No, the usb should be fine.