Question about Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console
You can use Sony's free Media Go software, but I don't like it, so I wouldn't use it.
The other option is to connect your PSP to your computer using the USB cable. When the Memory Stick appears as a drive in Windows Explorer, go into it. There will probably be a folder called PICTURE there. If it's not, create it. Then put all your photos there. You can also put it in X:\PSP\PHOTO where X: is the drive letter of your PSP. Then, they should be visible in the PSP XMB. You can also create folders to separate out the folders on the PSP, however, you can only create two subdirectories, before the contents become invisible on the PSP.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
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