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Dear sir,, i am staying in india n i have no credit card.., so its is difficult to purchase a psp hard ware for me.., so give me some solution regarding this problem

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You want a PSP Movie converter? I'd recommend PSP Video Express @ http://www.download.com/PSP-Video-Express/3000-7970_4-10420460.html It's Free!

Posted on Aug 17, 2007

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Hi there.

PSP's play MPEG-4 type video files (mp4's) if you have movies you want to watch on your psp you will need to download a program to convert them into the mp4 format, then copy them to a s.d. card and watch them on your psp.

Or you can join Sites that sell movies online in mp4 format ready for you to watch.

I do not endorse illegal downloading.

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then just create a new folder in the root directory named MP_ROOT, and then make a folder called 100MNV01 in there. So your .MP4 files should go into E:\MP_ROOT\100MNV01, where E:\ is the drive letter of your Memory Stick

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