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Psp mp5 usb dont work

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  • qa01 Jul 14, 2013

    What is the problem? give me more details...

  • qa01 Jul 14, 2013

    i think i got this issue in the past

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There are 4 thing that you can try...

1. Go to: Settings> System Settings> USB charge and set it to Off.

2. Go to Settings> System Settings> Restore default settings> and say "Yes".

3. Go to Settings> System Settings> Format Memory Stick and say "Yes". (NOTE: This will delete everything off of your Memory Stick, and I would probably do this one last if the other ones don't work.)

4. (You should also try this last) Restart your computer

And if all fails... chances are, that either your computer's USB drives aren't working properly, (And you will need to get those fixed.), your PSP's USB intake is screwed(That can also be fixed, but you have to send it to Sony) or your USB cable is screwed(You can just buy a new one, as long as it fits in the PSP)

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