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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/
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hey i just put a little ear cotton swab and tore off some of the part and stuck it into the upper part of the psp were you can see the little button on the top right of it its between the silver thing that closes it so i stuck it in there and resolved my problem
If it's stuck on No, there is a problem with one of your buttons. Either R, L, or one of the buttons along the home/start/select strip is stuck down. The best way to check this is to get a game, like daxter, that uses all of these functions. Load it up, start a new game, and test your buttons 1 by 1.
Game sharring works on two PSPs, like if you are playing Grand Theft Auto on one psp and ratchet on another psp, however, you can't play two games at the same time with two PSPs on you.
But if you want to see how it works, you got to make sure that you are in a wireless area with a wireless access point and select the transmit function from an in-game menu then select "Game Sharing" from the other psp menu, once they recognise each other, a short download begins and the second player can then choose to play.
The use of RAM to store the games rather than on the Memory Stick Duo means that players cannot continue with the games after the PSP has been shut down or sent back to the "Home" menu - from which players usually access media functions and launch software from UMD."
only some games can be shared, you need to go on one of the psp and select the game once in it go to gamesharing/multiplayer to get it into the game sharing mode, then go on the other psp and select game sharing from the game menu and then select the psp that is sharing the game and you should be sweet
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u need to take the psp apart for this one. take off the front cover and turn it over. remove the buttons from the back of the psp and clean with isopropyl alcohol. leave to dry. replace. then clean the touch pad of the x/o buttons with same. put back together and should now be ok. if this doesn't solve the problem its time to buy a new x/ o buttons pad. ebay £5.