Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Use the cable to connect the player to any USB port on the computer. Windows will recognize the device as "external storage" device. Copy the MP3 files to the device.
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When your PSP is connected to your computer, a hard drive will appear [for example: hard drive (F:)]. That hard drive is for your PSP
Click on that hard drive and make a folder called "music"
Finally, open your folder full of musics and drag musics you like in the the "music" folder
Finally, when you disconnect your PSP with your computer, go to "Music" on your PSP and listen to your favorite songs
Read more: How to Download Music into Your PSP ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_2001682_download-music-psp.html#ixzz10aSpcHJk
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