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Cant delete music files off my memory stick

I synchronized some music to my PsP, couldn't get it to play, and can't figure out how to erase it. When I try to delete the files it says I can't because the folder contains data of types other than music data. Help!

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Re connect psp to computer in usb mode go to my computer click on external device go into music and delete from there

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All the games of our psp were lost when my son happened to press the format memory stick section and pressed yes


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I have a sony psp. I have music stored on a small


corrupted data usually means just that corrupted data and usually won't let you play em at all. you may want to retransfer the files again... and after that if that didn't fix the problem reformat the new memory stick.

what you describe should have been fine. files just might have been corrupted from moving over from one to the other. is it for every song or just one? you could try this without the media go. i have an older firmware since i haven't upgraded my psp in awhile... but

1)on the desktop of your pc create a folder called pspmusic. right click on any blank spot on your desktop>go to new>folder> and rename that to pspmusic

2)plug in your psp to your computer like you normally do using the usb cable.

3)on your computer go to my computer and select the drive of your psp. *NOTICE THE DIFFERENT FOLDERS IN THERE AND WRITE THEM DOWN ON PIECE OF PAPER INCASE YOUR BIGGER MEMORY STICK DOESN'T HAVE THEM*

4)go to your music folder and copy everything in that folder to the pspmusic folder you created on your desktop on your pc in step 1.

5)once that done close that window down.
remove your old smaller memory stick from your psp and insert the new bigger one and connect it to your pc in the normal way.

6)go to the drive of the psp and to the music folder (if there isn't a music folder there create one) and open it. what you may want to do here is to delete all things in there or keep as is. just know that if there is a corrupt file in there you'll have the same problem. this is up to you for you can try this again later.

7)now go to the pspmusic folder on your desktop and copy all the music in that folder and bring it over to your music folder on your psp.

8)once everything has transfered over test it out and see if all works

its a bit more hands on than using media go but at least you see what is happening.

if that didn't work you may want to try formatting your new bigger memory stick

May 01, 2010 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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The music I put in my psp doesnt work


Make sure you have it in the "MUSIC"(all in caps) folder within the PSP folder of your Memory Stick.

Inside the Memory Stick's PSP's MUSIC folder, you should either have the song file itself(mp3 or wma) or no more than one folder.

I.E:
Memory Stick>PSP>MUSIC>Gwen Stefani>Don't Speak.mp3
or simply
Memory Stick>PSP>MUSIC>Don't Speak.mp3

Aug 08, 2008 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Unable to get my music files to play on psp


put the mp3 on the music folder if no folder create one. and pls format your memory stick on you psp not on windows pc.

Feb 11, 2008 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Music


There should be a folder on your memory stick called "Music". If not, create a folder called "Music". Put all your music in that folder. Files that can be played are:

mp3, WMA, WAV and AAC.

Jan 03, 2008 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Usb cable


Just like sorta of add-on to szwaan's answer:

You must have a memory stick to put music into your psp such as mp3 files, the psp itself does not have any internal memory for you to store any music files whatsoever.

if you got a memory stick already, connect your psp to your computer via usb cable, select usb under the setting section of your psp, and the memory stick drive will appear in your "my computer", so you can drag your music into the Music folder of your memory stick and play them from your psp.

Dec 21, 2007 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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I cant figure this out


it is like as crash of psp system, If this is the first time you've used the Memory Stick Duo, you must format it with psp to create the proper PSP folder structure. Copy the music/audio files from your computer into the MUSIC folder inside the PSP folder on your Memory,

You can save and play music/audio on your PSP system in the following file formats:
MP3, MP4, ATRAC3plus, WAV, WMA. press triangle for Display or hide the control panel. you can visit http://www.us.playstation.com/Support/PSP/Music/s_psp_mu_CF.html for more helps. hope this helps.

Nov 06, 2007 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Music will not play and files cannot be deleted...


reset the psp and from there it will work.. if not contact me i will help you from there

Sep 28, 2007 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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