Question about Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console
Ok to do this connect the psp to the computer via mini b ( small connector on the top) when windows detects it open up the psp in my computer (It should be a new drive that has the next letter of the other drives so in a way the furthest alphabet towards Z.Next make a folder called MUSIC (needs to be exact) and then go to your music files and then click right on them and select copy or to select all press CTRL A together or hold down CTRL and click the files you need .Afterwards hit CTRL C (together at the same time ) and go back to the psp drive (letter closest to Z) and open up the music folder and once inside press CTRL V and wait till the sign finishes(together and this should paste the music in it ).Now you should have music to access on the psp music menu.dont forget to use safety removal on the lower right corner and double click on it and press stop device or you could plug out the usb if the psp has nothing happening in it or being used by the pc (not proper way)
Posted on Dec 10, 2007
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