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So you just got your new PSP and you want to download games but you're not sure what to do or where to go? Well this article will show you how download games to your PSP. First you will need: Sony PSP with firmware 1.0 or 1.5 PSP Memory Stick Pro Duo 1. Go to the website and pick the game that you want to download. 2. Download the game to your computer making sure that it will work with the version of firmware that is on your PSP player. Make sure the file ends with PSP 3. Insert the memory Stick into your PSP player 4. Connect the PSP player to your computer via the USB cable 5. Copy the game onto your PSP player making sure to place them under the "PSP", "GAMES" folders on your memory stick. If these folders don't exist on your memory stick you will need to create them. That's it now you are ready start playing your games. I am adding a link for free download... http://www.pspmaniaonline.com/
Two possibilities. 1. The firmware on your PSP is too old to recognise the 8GB (only recognises up to 4GB). 2. If firmware is up to date you have a fake memory stick (easy way to check is to check the info for the memory stick on your PSP if its says that MAGIC GATE is unknown rather than supported then it is fake.
The fake ones typically double compress the data so that it appears to have 8GB when in reality it does not.