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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When you connect your PSP to your computer, it won't recognize the PSP immediately. After you connect the PSP, you will have to navigate to USB Mode on the XMB. Your computer will recognize your PSP as a mass storage device.
Putting music or videos on the PSP is a fairly simple and straightforward process.
What you'll need:
a mini USB to USB cable (to connect the PSP to the computer)
a memory stick (to store your music and videos)
Put the memory stick in the PSP.
Connect the PSP with the mini USB to USB cable to the computer
On the PSP, go to the settings menu and select "USB Connection."
Your computer should recognize that a device has been connected to it, open up the device (your PSP) inside a file viewer, such as windows explorer. There should be a few folders here one named Video and one named Music.
Add the music and video files to these folders, and press O(circle) on the PSP to end the USB Connection.
If all has gone right, and the files are the correct formats, you should be able to enjoy your music and videos on your PSP.
If your laptop wont recognize your PSP there might be a connection problem between the two. So you need to check what's causing the problem. There are several ways to check if PSP and your computer are properly connected, one good example is by checking the connectors and the device setting.
If you want to check some configuration on how to connect your PSP to your PC please try to follow these steps:
1. First, connect your PSP to your PC using a usb cable. - please make sure both ends are properly intact.
2. Using the left and right directional button find "Setting", then scroll down or up to find the "USB CONNECTION".
3. USB CONNECTION will display after you pressed the x button.
4. Please wait until computer detects the USB connection. After that it will show the drive for your PSP. usually F: or G:
5. Click on your PSP drive letter.
6. Now you can determine if your PC recognizes the PSP, just access the root folder and try to put some files on it.
Adding music is rather simple. First, you have to connect your PSP to your PC via a USB Cable. Once it's plugged in, click on USB Connection on the PSP Menu. Your computer will recognize your PSP and ask what you want to do with it.
Open up your PSP folder and open the folder called "MUSIC". Open the folder on your computer that has the music you want to add. Click and drag the files over to the PSP. Once the transfer is complete, disconnect your PSP and goto the Music tab on your menu and select "Memory Stick''. All the music you uploaded should be accessible.
Hook up your Sony PSP to your computer via a USB cable. Turn on the PSP and put it in "USB CONNECT" mode (it should display the words "USB CONNECT" on the PSP display during the entire time you're transferring files, and plug it in if you don't have a fully charged battery).
1. Connect your PSP to your PC via the USB cable. 2. On your PSP's menu, go all the way left into the Settings menu. 3. Scroll up to the USB Connection menu and click X 4.
Your PC should recognize your PSP. You can then access your PSP's
installed memory stick just as you would any other drive. Let's say,
for example, your PSP is now drive G:\ on your Computer. On your PC,
click into drive G: 5. Click into the PSP Folder. If this folder does not exist, you can create it by clicking File --> New --> Folder 6. Click into the MUSIC Folder. If this folder does not exist, you can create it by clicking File --> New --> Folder