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Computer does`t recognize psp

Well when i connect my psp via usb cable my computer it does`t recognize it

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  • anis710 May 25, 2009

    Hi there & good day,

    I have the same problem.

    When ever I plug in the usb as I normally do (when it is ok), now my pc only display some folders I cant understand such as: data, font, vsh, dic, kd .. wonder what all these means. Where did all those familiar folders (ISO, VIDEOS etc etc) goes to.

    Appreciate if someone can assist.

    Thank you

    Anis@Malaysia

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Try to use another usb connector cable with your psp. It has some lost connection...maybe the data connector is loose. USB has 4 pin(pc side) the voltage supply for power and the data pin..just try.. if it doesnt work...checked if your in admin account because some hardware cant be installed if your not the admin of the pc.

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