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My psp fell and the memory stick duo popped out

Ok i guess there's no troubleshooting but what will I do?
My psp fell and I can't make the memory stick duo slot to close it pops out...
I temporarily placed tape.. It was ok and nothing was wrong with my files...
BUt if i go and make someone fix it what will they do? i dont want it popping out...

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They will most likely open the psp and try to repair the problem.

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If you havent already used the memory stick inside the PSP it will not have the correct Formatted file System for use in the PSP. but you can create the file system using your computer.

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1) plug your Memory stick Duo/Pro Duo into the card reader on your computer.
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Note : The PSP Can only handle Certain File types for Pictures, Music, And Video. i would suggest Navigating to http://psp.about.com/od/hardwarefirmware/p/compformat.htm before you transfer your files to ensure that you are adding files which are Viewable/Readable by The PSP's software.

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See if the PSP recognizes your memory stick. Hope that works! ^-^

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