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How do you transfer data from pc to pro duo?

I'm trying to transfer data from my acer laptop to my memory stick pro dou for use on my psp. The two card slots available are too big for the card. How do I do the data transfer?

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This suggests that the card slots on your Laptop are not Sony Mem stick slots (there are about 16-20 different formats now, some of which have different flavours and voltages, you need a Sony memstick reader, something like this should do. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Kingston-15-1-Microdrive-MMCmobile/dp/B000CDITCQ/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1197312228&sr=8-2

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