Question about Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console
You can try a few things.
Click Start, then right click my computer and click "manage". Click Disk Management and look in the menu on the right for your psp "It should resemble as disk around the same size of your Memory Stick"
Once you've found your psp, right click the icon under "volume" and choose "change drive letter and paths"
Choose another letter, "P:" in this case. Go to the "My Computer" folder, right click and choose Refresh.
That should solve it, but there might be another solution as well that involves the Device Manager.
Try different USB ports on your computer if this post doesn't work
Posted on Dec 12, 2007
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